Who are we?
This website is owned by COGNITIONTEAM. It is the data controller of your personal information, and you can hold us accountable if anything goes wrong.
COGNITIONTEAM provides a comprehensive range of application offerings to companies worldwide. This website serves as a marketing platform, and any personal data stored on this website is used for marketing purposes as further defined in this Policy.
Why do we process your data?
Generally, we use your information for marketing purposes. Please unfold this segment and see how we accomplish this. More info
Please bear in mind that you can still revoke your permission at any time by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by selecting the Unsubscribe button located at the bottom of any email you get from us.
Additionally, you may still object to our processing practises depending on valid interests and request that the data be entirely deleted from both of our programmes. Simply notify us of your purpose by writing to email@example.com.
In both scenarios, we will immediately cease processing your data until we locate your notice in our Inbox, which should take no longer than one business day.
Please also note that if you opt out of direct marketing through clicking the Unsubscribe icon, we will not automatically delete the remainder of your info. However, you can request that we do so by sending an email to the above address.
What information do we process?
The following is a comprehensive list of the personal information we may want to know about you:
Your given name
Your email address
Your contact information
Your employer information
Your employer information
Your role description
The fact that you’ve visited our website
What website referred you to cognitionteam.com
Have you downloaded some of our marketing materials?
Your LinkedIn profile address
You will learn more on how we get this knowledge here.
The most of the data comes straight from you. We might add any non-secret details to your LinkedIn profile, such as your work description or address, if you've made them publicly accessible.
Who will we share your data with?
We can share your details with our associates or subsidiaries so they can assist us in processing it.
We may reveal your information to third-party suppliers, service providers, contractors, or agents who assist us with website maintenance, hosting, technical support, and marketing analytics.
Where is your data processed?
Your information may be processed in the European Union and transmitted to Germany. Regardless of where the data is stored, it will still be safe and subject to GDPR security. More info
We handle your data with the utmost care required by the GDPR from the moment it is collected. If we move your data inside or beyond our community, we will implement adequate provisions, such as standard contractual provisions, to ensure your personal data remains within the GDPR's reach.
How long will my data be kept?
We will delete your personal information as soon as it is no longer necessary or legal to do so. What does this imply? More info
We will always delete your data upon your order. Please visit here to learn how to submit such a submission. In the improbable event that we are indeed required by regulation to retain your records, we will notify you.
Among such instances, we can not save or process the data indefinitely. If we process your data based on a genuine interest, we will retain it for the duration of our business partnership with you. If we do not have a commercial partnership with you, your data would be retained in our systems for a short period of time in order to conduct our analytics. In no situation can we retain it for more than one year, the minimum time required to communicate with your business as a future customer, during which we consider old analytics obsolete and thus no longer need your personal data.
Remember that you can still request that we erase all details we have about you, as mentioned here.
What are my rights?
We consider all visitors equally under the GDPR's laws, which are widely regarded as the most inclusive and comprehensive piece of privacy regulations in existence at the moment.
The right to be informed
You have a right to know how your data is being used.
The right of the access
You have the right to request access to information we hold about you.
The right to rectification
You have the right to request that we update your personal data if it is incorrect or out of date for some cause.
The right of erasure
You have the right to have all of your data deleted.
The right to restrict processing
You have the right to request that we cease processing your data if it is uncertain or if we are required to remove it.
The right for data portability
You have the right to request that we move your consent-based data to another controller. This privilege, however, would not extend to our interactions with you because it applies only when personal data is processed with your permission or according to a contract, and we depend on your consent only to supply you with our direct marketing materials.
The right to object
You have the right to object to our collection of your personal data on the basis of our valid interests, as defined here.
Your rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling
You have the privilege to be exempt from decisions made entirely by automated means whether the action has a legal impact on you or significantly impacts you in any way. However, we do not act in this manner.
The right to withdraw your consent as described here
The right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority
You have the right to lodge a complaint with either the supervisory body of the Member State in which you reside/work or the concerned Data Protection Authority.
Do you profile me?
If you have consented to accept marketing materials from us, we will use the details we have about you to provide you with more specific materials, as defined in this Policy. That is the extent of our profiling.
What about cookies?
If you've made it this far across this Policy, we think you deserve a tasty cookie. Additionally, we want you to think that we are deserving of placing any of those delicious bits of data on your computer. More info
Cookies - what are they?
Cookies are tiny text files that websites save on your browser when you access them. During subsequent visits to the website, the cookie details is submitted back to the site. This enables the website to recognise you and personalise the material for you.
Why are cookies used?
Almost any website, unless you have cookies disabled in your browser, places certain cookies on your computer.
This may be done for a variety of causes.
1.When cookies are used to personalise the experience, they are considered functional. Cookies, for example, enable:
Our website keeps track of the information you submit while filling out applications – so you don't have to enter it several times.
You may share website pages through social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.
How to reject and delete cookies?The majority of web browsers support cookies automatically. You are not required to allow cookies and may deny or prevent their use, as well as erase any cookies that are currently saved on your account. You will learn how to do this with your own browser by selecting "support" from the menu bar of your browser or by visiting this helpful resource.
Is my data secured?
We must not tolerate any unreliable activities when it comes to the confidentiality of the details we handle. As a result, we implement all necessary technological and organisational safeguards to ensure the security of your records, as needed by the GDPR. The below are few examples of how we do this. More info
Both of our staff, contractors, and other beneficiaries of your data are protected by confidentiality obligations and are not permitted to process your data for reasons other than those specified in this Policy. We take full responsibility for that.
We adhere to an Information Security Policy that is required for our consultants, vendors, and any persons that might have unauthorised access to information services.
Our Information Security Policy extends to any data maintained on physical or electronic data carriers, as well as to all devices and hardware we own or use on a temporary basis.
Many of our protection policies and procedures are checked annually, endorsed by senior management, and applied around the company, as well as distributed to all of our staff and consultants.
Many of our staff and contractors receive required privacy and protection instruction.
We ensure the authentication and authorization controls are robust and handled properly.
We are constantly collecting and analysing data on current and emerging threats and vulnerabilities, potential attacks on other organisations, and the efficacy of existing protection measures.
Our servers, workstations, and internet gateway devices are upgraded on a regular basis with the updated antivirus concepts, which provide security against zero-day malware.
We conduct risk assessment on a yearly basis.
Still have some questions?
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you:
Would like to learn more about the protection of your personal information?
Would like to make any kind of claim or make a request for your personal data?
Would like to claim that we are incorrect on some matter of privacy?
Would like to express your thoughts about how we should improve our privacy practises?
Simply bored and want to discuss privacy
We guarantee that we will respond. At least once, if you are just simply bored.
Effective: OCTOBER, 2020