GDPR

Arbit – Data Protection Policy

This document explains our policy for processing personal data. We obtain personal data from you when you subscribe to our newsletter, use our contact form or work with us either as a supplier, a partner, a potential customer or a buying customer. This policy explains how and why we obtain personal data about you and clarify how we process the collected data.

We respect your privacy and we take our role as data controller very seriously. The rules for processing personal data has been updated with EUs General Data Protection Regulation. We handle all your data in accordance with the current legislation.

Collection of data
We collect data from you when you subscribe to our newsletter, use our contact form or when you contact us directly by email, mail or phone.

When you sign up for our newsletter, you are asked to provide your name and email. We use this information to maintain our newsletter mailing list. This list is managed by Arbit alone and will not be shared with any company or person outside Arbit. Being on the newsletter distribution list is subject to your consent. Therefore, you can cancel your subscription by contacting us directly either by email, mail or phone.

When you use our contact form, you are asked to provide your name and email. This is required so we can continue the communication with you regarding your request.

If you contact us directly by email, mail or phone, we will collect the data necessary to reply to you. We will also collect any data which you choose to provide us, unless this involves sensitive personal data, which we will never collect.

Storage of data
We will only store your data as long as it is necessary. Under normal circumstances we keep collected data as long as we have active communications or a valid agreement with you either as a supplier, a partner, a potential customer or a buying customer. When we no longer have any communications or valid agreements with you we will delete the information after 5 years. The delay is to keep a record of previous engagements if they should become relevant again.

Transferal of data
All processing of your data is either done directly within Arbit or a third party. Such third parties are considered data processors and will only process your data to the extent requested by us and always in accordance with the current personal data legislation. We have data processing agreements in place for all our data processors which are all located within the EU.

All of our IT systems are hosted within EU; therefore, we never transfer your data outside of EU.

We may be requested to transfer your data in order to comply with the personal data legislation or if a public authority requires us to do so.

Your rights
As a data subject in regard to the General Data Protection Regulation you have several rights:

Withdrawal of consent
If our processing of your data is based on your consent, as in the case of the newsletter, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. If you do this, we will delete all your personal data and stop all processing based on your consent. However, we can continue to process your data to the extent required to provide our services to you, or if we are legally obligated to do so.

Right to information and control
You have the right to receive a copy of the data we have collected on you. If our data on you is incorrect or incomplete, you have the right to have the data corrected or expanded. You also have the right to have your data deleted and a right to be forgotten. However, this requires that the data is no longer necessary for us.

Right to object
If our processing of your data is based on our legitimate interests, the public interest, for the use of statistics, direct marketing or profiling, you have a right to object. Of the mentioned reasons, we only process data according to our legitimate interests based on our cooperation with you as mentioned above.

If you have objected to our processing, you have the right to have your data restricted while your objection is being processed.

Exercising your rights
If you wish to use any of your listed rights, a request must be sent to us by email or mail. You can see our contact information below. Your request must contain your contact information and a specification of which right you wish to use, and a specification of the data your request concerns. We contact you as soon as possible after receiving your request in order to handle your request.

If you wish to complain
If you believe our processing of your personal data is in violation of the current personal data legislation, you can make a complaint to the Danish Data Protection Agency.

Contact information
You can contact us by email at info@arbitsecurity.com or by mail at:

Arbit Security ApS

Fruebjergvej 3

2100 Copenhagen Ø

Denmark