Privacy Protection

necto event takes the protection of your personal data very seriously. We treat your personal information confidentially and in accordance with the legal data protection regulations and this Privacy Policy. This data protection declaration informs you about the types, scope and purpose of the data processing. The used terms correspond to the definitions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in article 4.

We point out that data transfer on the internet (e.g. communication by e-mail) might have security gaps. A complete protection of the data against access by third parties is not possible.

Responsible

necto event UG (limited liability)
Oberbilker Allee 203
40227 Düsseldorf

Managing Directors: Julia Söns und Guido Petermann

eMail: info@nectoevent.de

Types of data processed

- Contact data (such as first/last name, eMailaddress)
- Usage data (such as websites accessed, access times)
- Communication data (such as IP address, browser version)

Categories of persons affected

Users of this website.

Purpose of processing

- Provision of information on the events
- Provision of contact opportunities
- Security and safety measures to protect the website

Terms used

Personal data is any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (hereinafter "data subject"). A natural person shall be considered identifiable if he can be identified directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identification such as a name, an identification number, location data, an on-line identification or one or more specific characteristics expressing the physical, physiological, genetic, psychological, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person.

Processing means any operation carried out with or without the use of automated processes, or any operation relating to personal data, such as collection, registration, organisation, classification, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, distribution or otherwise making available, alignment or association, restriction, erasure or destruction.

The responsible person is the natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other entity that alone or jointly with others determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data.

Relevant legal bases

The data protection law is based on the right of the individual to self-determination with regard to information. According to article 13 GDPR we inform you about the legal basis of our data processing. The legal basis for obtaining consent is Article 6 paragraph 1 a and Article 7 GDPR, the legal basis for processing to fulfil our services and carry out contractual measures as well as answer enquiries is Article 6 paragraph 1 b GDPR, the legal basis for processing to fulfil our legal obligations is Article 6 paragraph 1 c GDPR and the legal basis for processing to safeguard our legitimate interests is Article 6 paragraph 1 f GDPR. In the event that vital interests of the data subject or another natural person require the processing of personal data, Article 6 (1) d GDPR serves as the legal basis.

Cooperation with third parties or order data processors

Insofar as we disclose data to other persons and companies (third parties) in the context of our processing, transfer them to them or otherwise grant them access to the data, this will only be done on the basis of a legal permit, if you have consented, if a legal obligation provides for this or on the basis of our legitimate interest.

If we commission third parties to process data on the basis of data processing agreement, this is done on the basis of Article 28 GDPR.

Data transfers to third countries

If we process data in a third country or if this is done in the context of using the services of third parties or in the context of disclosure or transfer of data to third parties, this will only occur if it is done to fulfil our contractual or pre-contractual obligations, on the basis of your approval, a legal obligation or on the basis of our legitimate interest. Where processing is permitted, it is carried out on the basis of special guarantees, such as the officially recognised determination of a data protection level corresponding to the EU or compliance with officially recognised special contractual obligations.

Rights of data subjects

Access to information (Article 15 GDPR)
The data subject shall have the right to obtain confirmation as to whether personal data concerned are processed. If this is the case, the data subject shall have a right of access to such data and to information concerning, inter alia, the purposes of the processing, its source, the recipients, the duration of its storage and his/her rights.

Rectification (Article 16 GDPR)
The data subject has the right to request the rectification or completion of inaccurate personal data.

Erasure (Article 17 GDPR)
Data subjects have the right to request that their data be erased, for example if it is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was originally collected or processed, or if their consent has been withdrawn. As a special form of the erasure claim, there is now also a "right to be forgotten" if the responsible body has made the data to be erased public. The data controller must then take reasonable steps to inform the entities processing the data that the data subject requests that they delete all links to, copies of, or replications of the data.

Restriction of processing (Article 18 GDPR)
The data subject may, in certain cases, also request that the processing be restricted. For example: If the data subject has objected to the processing pending the verification whether the legitimate grounds of the controller override those of the data subject.

Right to data portability (Article 20 GDPR)
The right to data transmission gives data subjects the entitlement, under certain conditions, to obtain a copy of their personal data in a commonly used and machine-readable format.

Complaint (Article 77 GDPR)
Data subjects have the right to lodge a complaint with the responsible supervisory authority.

Right of withdrawal (Article 7 (3) GDPR)
Data subjects have the right to withdraw their consent with effect for the future.

Right to object (Article 21 GDPR)
Data subjects have the right to object to the future processing of their data at any time. The objection can be made in particular against the processing for purposes of direct marketing.

Erasure of data
The data processed by us will be deleted or their processing restricted in accordance with Articles 17 and 18 GDPR. Unless expressly stated in this data protection declaration, the data stored by us will be deleted as soon as they are no longer required for their purpose and there are no legal obligations to retain them. If the data are not deleted because they are required for other and legally permitted purposes, their processing will be restricted. This applies, for example, to data that must be stored for commercial or fiscal reasons.

Collection of access data and log files

On the basis of our legitimate interest (Article 5 paragraph 1 f GDPR), we record data on each access to the web server to ensure availability. Access data includes the name of the website accessed, file, date and time of access, data volume, status messages, browser type and version, the user's operating system, IP address and any other technical information.

For security reasons, log files are stored for a maximum period of 7 days and then deleted. Data for evidence purposes will be excluded from deletion until the respective incident has been clarified.

Approach and contact

When establishing contact (such as e-mail, contact form, telephone), the user's details are used for processing the request and the steps necessary for processing. The user data can be stored in a suitable program for costumer management or comparable organization.
We delete the data stored on the basis of the enquiries, insofar as these are no longer necessary and the deletion does not contradict the legal archiving obligations.

Cookies

Cookies are small files that are stored on the user's computer. Various types of information can be stored within cookies. A cookie can be used to record information about a user (such as browser version, interest of the user) during or after his visit to a website. These cookies can be stored temporarily or permanently.

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