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Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy describes how we treat the personal data entrusted to us and how a data subject can exercise his rights before Six-Factor.

About Us

Six-Factor is a private company established in 2015 who’s core business is the development of Information Systems using  cuing-edge technologies. 

Six-Factor Commitment The new Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 “General Data Protection Regulation” (GDPR), applicable from 25 May 2018, establishes rules regarding Data Protection of singular individuals in all member countries of the European Union. Taking into account the scope of action of Six-Factor and the fact that we proceed to personal data processing, we assume a rigorous commitment in complying with said Regulation.

Six-Factor declares that has implemented and will continue to implement measures of organizational and technical nature to guarantee the security of the personal data entrusted, with the aim of preventing its alteration, loss, processing and / or unauthorized access, depending on the technology current state, the nature of the stored data and the risks to which they are eventually exposed.

Responsible for Data Processing

Six-Factor is the legal person responsible for the processing of personal data that is collected and which are processed and stored in an automated and non-automated way.

Personal data we collect

Six-Factor collects data that is shown to be adequate, necessary and limited in relation to the purposes for which it is processed, and may collect the following types of personal data: • Identification Data • Contact Details • Academic level of qualification and professional status

Entities from whom we collect data

Within the scope of its activity, Six-Factor collects data from the following entities:
• Potencial Partners  – personal data of responsible of contact requests 
• Candidates  – personal data of individuals who are interested in being on the Six-Factor pool of resources;
• Potential Customers – personal details of those interested in Six-factor services;
• People interested in receiving information regarding Six-Factor activities (by newsletters);
• Six-Factor employees 

For which purpose we collect data

All data collected and processed by Six-Factor is based on one of the following conditions of legitimacy: explicit consent; ; any pre-quotation steps and compliance with legal obligations; other possible conditions provided for in the legislation.

The main reasons why we collect personal data are the following:
• Commercial advertising of our services
• Promotion and Invitation to events and/ or other initiatives of Six-Factor
• Promotion of our Newsletters
• Human Resources Management • Recruitment

In what contexts we communicate personal data

Your personal data may be accessed by third parties when Six-Factor uses certain services by external entities. We ensure, however, that any subcontractor will process your data on our behalf, on our request and with the strict obligation to follow our instructions. The same subcontracting entities offer sufficient guarantees for the execution of technical and organizational measures to ensure that the processing of data meets the requirements of the applicable law and guarantees the security and protection of the rights of data subjects, under the terms of the subcontracting agreement established. In any situation involving the communication of data to third parties, Six-Factor commits to take all reasonable measures to ensure the effective protection of the personal data processed.

How we protect data privacy

Six-Factor commits to take all technical and organizational measures deemed necessary for the security and privacy of the data entrusted, protecting them against any form of improper or illegitimate processing and against any accidental loss or destruction. In order to guarantee the permanent awareness of our employees, we have also developed training actions, who undertake not to reveal to third parties or use, for purposes contrary to the law, any personal information of Six-Factor Customers, Suppliers and Subscribers, whose knowledge comes from the exercise of their functions.

How long we keep your data

Six-Factor treats and retains your data only for the period necessary to the pursuit or conclusion of the purposes to which has requested the data in the first place, with due regard for the maximum time required to comply with contractual, legal or regulatory obligations.

As a rule, and when there is a contract that legitimizes the processing of your data, Six-Factor will keep the data as long as the contractual relationship or another that may be stipulated by the parties remains. After the conservation period has elapsed and as long as they do not fit into the situations mentioned above, Six-Factor will proceed to the elimination of said data.

Data Subjects’ rights According to the current applicable legislation, there is a set of rights that, at any time, you can exercise with Six-Factor:
• Access Right: right that allows you to obtain information regarding the treatment of your data and its characteristics.
• Rectification Right: right that allows you to request the rectification of your data, requiring that it is accurate and current, as, for example, when you consider that they are incomplete or out of date.
• Erasure Right (“right to be forgotten”): right that allows you to request the deletion of your data, when you consider that there are no valid grounds for its conservation, as long as there are no legitimate interests that prevail over your interests.
• Limitation Right: right that allows you to suspend or limit the treatment to certain categories of data or purposes.
• Portability Right: right through which you can request the sending of your data for later reuse.
• Opposition Right: right that allows you to oppose the processing of personal data for certain purposes, as long as there are no legitimate interests that prevail over your interests.

How to exercise your rights

You can exercise the rights described above upon formal request, by written email Identifying in the Subject of the email: “Data Protection” to the following email address – whit subject “RGPD”. Any other means, recipients and / or absence of correct identification as mentioned above, Six-Factor will not be required to respond under the GDPR. Under the terms of the current legislation, the data subject has the right to file a complaint regarding data protection, if it is in breach of personal data, with the competent supervisory authority – National Data Protection Commission (CNPD):

Changes to this Privacy Policy Six-Factor reserves the right, at any time, to make readjustments or changes to this Privacy Policy, these changes being duly publicized on this website.

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