|Smart4tech Ltd (company number 10258398) is registered with the ICO Data Protection Register under ZA410894 registration number.
At Smart4tech Ltd, we take data privacy and security policy very seriously. Smart4tech Ltd (“Smart4tech”, “our”, “us”, “website” or “we”) will aim to ensure that the use of your Personal Information is compliant with EU General Data Protection Regulations (‘The Acts’), (“GDPR”), and the Data Protection Act 1988.
LEGALITY OF DATA PROCESSING
All personal data provided by you through www.smart4tech.com are dealt in accordance with the Acts.
PURPOSE OF INFORMATION COLLECTION
In order to improve our website content, design and performance, we may monitor visits to our website, however, the data we use does not identify you.
PERSONAL DATA WE COLLECT
There are certain types of data we may collect directly from you or via third parties. The information you may want to share with us might include your email address, phone number, first name, last name, company name, job title. Other types of automatic data include cookies and usage data.
Direct methods include:
AUTOMATIC COLLECTION OF INFORMATION
Whilst visiting our website, we may automatically collect some data about you, which is necessary keep track record of statistics (usage data), to improve our product and services, as well as to grow our business. These include:
THIRD PARTY DATA
If and when you provide us with any personal data we don’t currently in accordance with the current legislation, it will be considered third-party data. It means that you are the existing data controller of such data and you should ensure that you comply with the existing data protection legislation to share such data with us. It is an obligation to provide transparency about manage and process personal data and with whom you share it, including Smart4tech. We will process any third party data in compliance with an existing anti-fraud and anti-money laundering established practices and legislation.
Types of cookies we may use:
Strictly necessary cookies. These cookies are required for our core website functionality, for example, flash cookies, and to log-in into our secured areas.
Performance cookies. These cookies help us to analyse and optimise design and performance of our platform; they also help to respond to errors. The information collected by these cookies can’t identify you personally and is stored in an anonymous way.
Functionality cookies. These cookies are used to recognise and distinguish you when you return to our website. They help us to remember your preferences and enable us to provide you with customised content and features. As a result, these cookies save you time and effort.
Targeting or advertising cookies. These cookies are used to record your visits and navigation history throughout our website, including subpages and links. They help us to our marketing and communications strategy. We may also share this information with affiliated third parties (for example, marketing agencies) for these purposes.
You may disable or remove some cookies by choosing so in your browser settings. In case you decide to block all cookies (including necessary cookies), some parts of our websites will not work properly.
INDIVIDUALS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE
HOW WE USE PERSONAL INFORMATION
Personal data we collect from you we may use for the following purposes:
The time period for which we may retain records about you in our systems will depend on the purposes for which the data was collected and whether you have requested deletion of the personal information.
We will not store your personal data for longer than it is required by business (operational) purposes, good practice, or legal objectives.
We may continue to retain your personal data for up to 6 years after you or your business has stopped using our services in order to protect our rights in any legal or regulatory proceedings. In certain cases in accordance to some regulatory and compliance purposes we would need to store your data for up to 12 years; these may include hard copies of certain legal documents (contracts, court and security documents). When your personal data is no longer required to be retained by us, we will delete it or make it anonymous.
In accordance to the Personal Information is compliant with EU General Data Protection Regulations (‘The Acts’), (“GDPR”), and the Data Protection Act 1988, you have legal rights to in regards to your personal data management, which include:
You also have a right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office, the UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals.
For more details or to exercise your data protection rights, please contact us using the contact details above.
Last updated: June 2018