Privacy statement and cookie statement
Adapting BV (hereinafter referred to as: “Adapting”) considers your privacy to be very important. In this privacy statement we inform you about how we handle your personal data.
In this privacy statement we explain the most important processing of personal data by Adapting. We use the following terms for this:
Personal traceable data, which directly or indirectly says something about you as a person; for example your name, address, telephone number or e-mail address.
The “owner” of certain personal data. Depending on the nature of the data, this can be Adapting itself, but can also be a third party (for example: customer, supplier, etc.).
Processor (or Sub-processor):
The party that actually processes the data. This can also be both Adapting (and SAAS Supplier), as well as a third party, which in turn processes (sub) data from Adapting (or its customers).
Everything that can be done with your personal data. Such as the collection, storage, use and removal of your personal data from our records.
- Different forms of processing
Adapting can be involved in various ways in the processing of (your) personal data.
a. Firstly, Adapting processes the personal data of:
• its direct and indirect, existing or potential relationships;
• its own employees.
This processing is necessary for Adapting to:
• be able to serve and invoice its customers;
• relationship management;
• be able to pay its staff;
• being able to place orders with its suppliers;
• for promotional or marketing purposes;
• a legal obligation to keep certain data.
In all these cases Adapting is (ultimately) responsible for the protection of this personal data.
b. In addition, Adapting can process personal data for third parties. We do this as a SAAS Supplier. Adapting is then the Processor of those personal data. Because in that case Adapting is not (ultimately) responsible for the protection of personal data, Adapting makes agreements with the controller in a processing agreement. This specifies which data Adapting processes and how it will protect the data for that controller.
- What data does Adapting process and how
The type of data Adapting processes depends on its role. As indicated in point 2, there is a difference between the situation in which Adapting itself is responsible and the situation in which a third party (for example, customer or supplier) is responsible.
Adapting only processes those personal data that it actually needs (see point 2a). These personal data are carefully stored and no longer than necessary for the purpose for which they are processed.
A number of principles apply here:
All Adapting employees have a confidentiality obligation.
Sometimes Adapting uses third parties to process personal data. Adapting always enters into a processing agreement with these third parties to ensure that the data with that third party is just as secure as with Adapting. Adapting remains responsible in that case.
Adapting never sells personal data to third parties.
Of the data in point 2b, Adapting is only the party that processes the data, without being the Data Controller. Adapting in this case offers the level of protection that has been agreed with the controller. In all cases Adapting takes appropriate technical and organizational measures.
- Does Adapting also process special personal data?
Special personal data are sensitive data; for example about health, religion, criminal history or country of birth.
Adapting does not process any special personal data as a Data Controller. However, Adapting may process special personal data as the data controller of its customers (the controllers). This is then specifically included in the processing agreement with the relevant customer.
- Can I see which personal data Adapting processes from me?
If Adapting is the Processing Responsible for your personal data, Adapting can, at your request, provide insight into the personal data that Adapting processes about you. Do you find that your personal data has been processed incorrectly or incompletely or do you not think it is necessary that they have been processed? Then you can submit a request for change, addition or removal to Adapting. Adapting will, in principle, comply with this request unless the Adapting service to you, or any legal obligation, makes this impossible. Naturally Adapting will explain this in that case.
Cookies; these are small files with information about (among other things) your surfing behavior. These cookies are placed on your computer by your browser and are not stored with Adapting. Cookies are unique per visitor and can only be read by a server in the domain that sent the cookie to your computer.
The purpose of these techniques is to make browsing the Adapting website easier and to ensure that you do not have to enter or receive the same information from the website each time. We can also measure in this way how our site is used and how it can be further improved.
You can choose whether or not to accept cookies. You can set this in your browser. If you choose not to accept cookies, you may not be able to fully use our website or other websites that you visit. You can remove cookies from your computer through your browser.
There are 2 types of cookies, namely “functional cookies” and “analytics”.
Functional cookies: these cookies ensure that our website functions correctly.
Analytics: Adapting collects statistics from the users of our websites. We use this information to continuously improve our website.
- Distribution to third parties
The personal data processed by Adapting will not be provided to third parties unless this is necessary to execute a relevant agreement, to provide a specific service or when required by law.
- Links to other websites
- Where can I go with a question or complaint?
For questions or complaints about the processing of personal data by Adapting, you can contact the privacy officer of Adapting:
Telephone number: +31 (0) 30 259 3533
- Can Adapting change this privacy and cookie statement?
The Adapting privacy and cookie statement can change. The most current version can be found on our website.