GDPR Privacy Statement

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At SALOMONE SANSONE, the objective is of full compliance with all of the requirements within and beyond 25th May 2018. This Privacy Statement will inform you how and why we collect and process personal information and what rights you have in terms of applicable law. Personal Information we hold means any information that relates to an individual and can be used to identify that individual. At SALOMONE SANSONE we require certain types of Personal Information such as name, address, ID or Passport Card number, VAT Number, email address, telephone and mobile phone number. We use the information gathered to perform functions for which you have engaged us. This includes processing of instructions / invoices and to provide services and support as well as to manage our brief following your instructions. Additionally, we may use such data to send information relative to our services after obtaining your specific consent.

Restriction on Sharing of Personal Information:
We ensure that Personal Information is not shared outside of SALOMONE SANSONE and is only used internally to provide the service required. Storage of Personal Information At SALOMONE SANSONE, Confidentiality and Data Protection is taken very seriously. All of the computers, laptops and other electronic devices used in connection with the services of SALOMONE SANSONE are password protected with respect to programmes containing personal data. The server is continuously monitored for security breaches and we maintain firewalls and malware / virus protection. Staff are trained in safe computer usage. The office is locked and alarmed when staff are not present and information not currently in use is archived. The electronic and manual archive storage systems are locked in a monitored environment.

How long we keep Information:
We only keep information as long as is required to carry out duties, for due diligence purposes and as may be required by law. After this period information is securely destroyed.

Individual Rights:
You have a right of access to Personal Information we hold about you.

The GDPR provides the following rights for individuals:

  1. right of information,
  2. right of access,
  3. right to rectification,
  4. right to erasure,
  5. right to restrict processing,
  6. right to data portability,
  7. right to object,
  8. rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling.

If you believe anything is incorrect you have the right for it to be corrected. You may also request removal of Personal Information which may be subject to legal requirements and in order for continuing provision of services you require us to perform.