90590 Oulu, Finland
Website contact person, data protection officer
The data collected from the contact form at suvic.fi consists of the user’s email, telephone number and their organisation, if provided. The data collected from the contact form will not be linked with any services supplied by Suvic or with data from electronic forms available on this site as links.
Suvic.fi uses the Google Analytics tool. Cookies collect anonymous data, which means that an individual user cannot be identified using the data collected. Statistical data collected includes information on the landing site, the most popular pages and the average time spent on a page, for example. Suvic uses statistical data for developing its website and improving its user-friendliness.
For further information on how Google Analytics uses data, click here.
Suvic uses data collected from the contact form for marketing its services. The grounds for data use is, then, the consent provided by the data subject. Website statistics are used for marketing, site maintenance and development, among other things, in which case the grounds for data processing are the legitimate interests of the company. The data will only be stored for as long as required, after which the data will be deleted. Cookies are only valid for that session and will be deleted when the user closes the browser.
The users of the suvic.fi website have the right to receive information on the processing of their personal data. In addition, data protection legislation gives the users the right to:
To exercise these rights, please contact email@example.com. After processing the case, Suvic will either delete the requested data or give a justified reason for not erasing such data.
Should the user want to appeal against Suvic’s decision, they can lodge an appeal to the data protection ombudsman. Instructions for lodging an appeal can be found here.
As a rule of thumb, Suvic does not assign any website user data and data collected from the contact form to third parties. Suvic’s service providers (such as media and PR agencies) may, however, have access to suvic.fi website data. Service providers are only allowed to use this data with Suvic’s consent and for Suvic’s purposes.
Suvic shall systematically consider data safety and the protection of personal data in all its data processing and use as required by law. The security and usability of personal data will be ensured by appropriate technical and administrative measures.
All Suvic employees must sign a non-disclosure agreement and may only use personal data in their work tasks and in the scope determined by their user rights.