Data protection description

DATA PROTECTION DESCRIPTION OF THE SURVEY DATA

1. CONTROLLER

Toiminimi Rami Sirkiä, Y2600874-8, Tehtaankatu 13 A 4, 00140 Helsinki, Finland.

 2. CONTACT PERSON FOR REGISTER ISSUES

Rami Sirkiä, +358407319602, rami.sirkia@gmail.com

3. NAME OF REGISTER

Adaptive Planning data

4. PURPOSE OF PROCESSING THE PERSONAL DATA

The primary reason to enable drill down and analysis ability which explains the results achieved with the survey.

5. REGISTER’S DATA CONTENT

Information stored on the data subject may include, for example, the following:

  • Name and email of respondent
  • Organization name, business unit, department
  • Time of survey replies
  • Replies to survey itself
  • Information necessary for the use of authentication and verification tools and services.
  • Information on the processing of data, such as the storage date and the information source.

6. REGULAR SOURCES OF INFORMATION

Information is received mainly from the following sources:

  • From the data subject him- or herself
  • From the organization’s contact person for this survey

7. REGULAR DISCLOSURE OR TRANSFER OF PERSONAL DATA OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN UNION OR THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA

Customer data will not be disclosed to parties other than those participating in the production, development, or maintenance of services or communications of Toiminimi Rami Sirkiä or on its behalf, except when based on an agreement, other consent, and regulations. Customer data primarily will not be transferred outside the European Union or the European Economic Area.

8. DESCRIPTION OF THE PRINCIPLES IN ACCORDANCE WITH WHICH THE DATA FILE HAS BEEN PROTECTED

Any physical material is stored in a locked space where only people with separate rights have access. Digital material can only be accessed by employees specifically entitled to do so or private practitioners with a personal user ID and password. There are different levels of access rights, and each user is issued sufficient rights, though as limited as possible, for taking care of his or her work tasks.

9. RIGHT TO INSPECT

The data subject has the right to inspect register with respect to the stored data concerning him or her. The inspection request must be made in writing or by another authenticated method and addressed to the controller, who decides on the inspection right. The data subject’s identity is confirmed from an identity card with a photo before supplying of the information. The right to inspection may be declined on statutory grounds.

10. CORRECTION OF DATA

Data subject can ask to correct any data regarding him/her.

11. RIGHT TO REFUSE

The customer can consent to direct marketing channel-specifically (e.g., by mobile phone or e-mail). The customer has the option of prohibiting direct marketing via the various channels (phone, post, and e-mail), marketing surveys, and the utilization of his or her data for marketing purposes. This right to refuse does not extend to customer communications, advertising, or benefit communications related to the content of services or the customer relationship.

If the customer does not give any consent and issues all possible prohibitions, he or she will be sent only the necessary notifications of the implementation of services and management of the customer relationship.

The customer can give and manage consent and prohibitions by contacting listed contact person.