1. Information to be provided
For pre-contractual and commercial purposes, we need to collect some data like name, company name, email (web form). All this data is voluntarily provided by you and only would be processed during our relationship.
2. Contact details
If you have any problem with the information or solutions provided, you can contact with Cyprus Office of the Data Protection Commissioner:
For another Data Protection Commissioner you can enter the following link: www.ec.europa.eu
3. Which are the uses of your data?
The data provided by interested parties is:
- Name, Email, Company and additional information.
Novus assures that the mentioned data only will be managed for commercial, contractual and informative purposes. These data will be processed while the relationship between us will be in force, so if you do not want to receive commercial information when the relationship has ended, you can write an email to the contact persons described in point 2.
4. Legitimation for the treatment
The commercial/contractual relation will be legitimated by the execution of the contract, so, when it would be finished, as explained before, the data will not be managed and will be eliminated after the period established by national tax legislations and after the expiration of any potential responsibility.
The data can also be used for informative and marketing purposes, so the legitimation is your consent. If you do not want to receive such information, you can contact the responsible persons described in point 2.
Customers understand that Novus must use the personal data in order to fulfil a legal obligation, so this use will end when the obligation has finished.
5. About sharing information
You accept that NOVUS may share information with another group company, always for contractual purposes, or some external companies we usually work with (for example service providers).
However, we might share your information in the case that Public Authorities request it (legal obligations).
In the case that there would be any data transmission to a country outside the EU, we assure our customers the compliance with formal and security requirements in order to adapt our activity to GDPR.
6. Third parties’ links
You will be subject to this clarification when you use any of our websites:
- The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible.
- If you continue using this web without changing your cookie settings or you click "Agree" below then you are consenting to the processing of your cookie data.
8. Basic user’s rights
According to new GDPR, you can exercise the following rights we are going to explain:
Basic information of protection data
The organisation must inform about:
- The purposes of the treatment, categories of personal data that are processed and the possible data communications and their recipients.
- If possible, the period of conservation of your data. If not, the criteria to determine this term.
- The right to request the rectification or suppression of the data, the limitation to the treatment, or to oppose it.
- The right to file a claim with the Control Authority.
- If an international data transfer occurs, receive information on the appropriate guarantees.
- The existence of automated decisions (including profiles), the applied logic and consequences of this treatment.
- To rectify inaccurate data and complete incomplete personal data, even with an additional declaration.
Interested parties can request:
- The suppression of personal data without due delay when any of the cases contemplated concur. For example, illicit treatment of data, or when the purpose that motivated the treatment or collection.
- However, a series of exceptions are regulated in which this right will not apply. For example, when the right to freedom of expression and information should prevail.
- Limitation of the treatment
Interested parties can:
- Request the person in charge to suspend the processing of data when:
- The accuracy of the data is contested, while the accuracy is verified by the person responsible. The interested party has exercised his right of opposition to the processing of data, while verifying if the legitimate reasons of the responsible party prevail over the interested party.
- Ask the person responsible to keep your personal data when:
- The data processing is illegal, and the interested party opposes the deletion of their data and requests instead the limitation of its use.
- The person in charge no longer needs the data for the purposes of the treatment, but the interested party does need them for the formulation, exercise or defence of claims.
- Data portability
Interested parties can:
- Receive the personal data provided in a structured format, of common use and mechanical reading, and be able to transmit them to another responsible, whenever technically possible.
Interested parties can oppose to the personal data treatment:
- When for reasons related to your personal situation, the processing of your data must cease unless a legitimate interest is proven or is necessary for the exercise or defence of claims.
- When the treatment is focused at direct marketing.
- Not to be object of individualized decision
- Interested parties have the right not to be the subject of a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, which produces legal effects or affects them.
- When it is necessary for the conclusion or execution of a contract.
- When it is allowed by the Law of the EU or the Member States, with adequate measures to safeguard the rights and freedoms of the owner of the data.
- When there is explicit consent of the owner of the data.