1. Data controller
Name (business ID): Syncron Tech Oy (0978240-8) Address: Sinikalliontie 3B, FI-02630 Espoo, Finland Other contact details: Tel. +358 10 217 6900.
2. Contact person in matters related to the register
Name: Ville Nenonen Address: Syncron Tech Oy, Sinikalliontie 3B, FI-02630 Espoo, Finland Other contact details: Tel. +358 10 217 6900.
3. Register name
Syncron Tech Oy’s client and marketing register.
4. Purpose of personal data processing
Personal data is processed for purposes related to Syncron Tech Oy’s client communications, client relationship management, provision of information, marketing, service production, personalisation and analysis as well as business planning and development.
The personal data in the register is stored for as long as necessary for Syncron Tech Oy’s client relationship management and marketing activities.
5. Register data content
The following data may be processed in the register: Name, telephone number, e-mail address, company, title or position in the company, company’s address and other contact details, company’s turnover, business sector and other company details, participation in events or other activities organised by Syncron Tech Oy, communications sent to the data subject (such as e-mail discussions or marketing activities targeted at the data subject) and other data that facilitates sales and marketing. In addition, data that may be stored in the register includes data about the data subject’s visits to Syncron Tech Oy’s website, the data subject’s online behaviour and the data subject’s actions during the website visits, such as clicking on objects and filling in online forms. Furthermore, other data collected with the data subject’s consent may be processed in the register.
6. Regular sources of data
Data received from the data subject and data collected from Syncron Tech Oy’s client information system or website. In addition, data may be collected from the Internet and other public sources of data.
7. Regular disclosures of data The data in the register may be disclosed to Syncron Tech Oy’s subcontractors and partners for supporting tasks related to data processing or the client and marketing register system. Data may also be disclosed to authorities when required by legislation.
8. Transfer of data outside the EU or the EEA
Data is stored either a) in the EU or the European Economic Area (EEA) or b) outside the EU or the EEA, in which case data is transferred pursuant to the data transfer requirements defined in the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.
9. Register protection principles
A. Manual materials
Manual materials, if any, are stored in locked facilities.
B. Electronic materials
The register is stored in data systems protected with technical measures. Access to the data requires a username and a password. The processing of the register is restricted to designated Syncron Tech Oy employees and partners who need the data in their work duties.
10. Right of access
The data subject has the right of access to the data that is stored about them in the register (Personal Data Act, Section 26). The access request must be made by sending a personally signed written document by mail to the contact person (contact details in section 2 of this document).
11. Right to demand rectification
The data subject has the right to request the rectification of erroneous data (Personal Data Act, Section 29). The rectification request must be made by sending a personally signed written document by mail to the contact person (contact details in section 2 of this document).
12. Other rights related to the processing of personal data:
Rights pursuant to the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation and Section 30 of the Personal Data Act. The data subject’s rights include, for instance, the right to prohibit the processing and disclosure of any data about them for purposes of direct marketing. The prohibition request must be made by sending a personally signed written document by mail to the contact person (contact details in section 2 of this document).
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