Updated 22 July 2014
Personal Data File and the Controller
Name of the File:
User Register of Isolta Ltd
Business Identity Code: 1854047-8,
Address: Kaisaniemenkatu 6 A, 00100 Helsinki, Finland
Phone: +358 0207 181 710
Contact Person: Mikko Ilomäki (e-mail: email@example.com)
We care for your privacy
Isolta Ltd (“Isolta”) respects your privacy. Therefore, we comply with the applicable laws and do not process our clients’ or other persons’ personal data without the data subjects’ consent or other lawful ground for processing. We only process such personal data which is necessary for taking care of the relationship between us and our client, to provide high quality services or for development of our operations.
Categories and sources of personal data
Personal data means any information on a private individual and any information on his/her personal characteristics or personal circumstances, where these are identifiable as concerning him/her or the members of his/her family or household. Isolta may process the Users’ personal data to provide services. The personal data is stored and processed in Isolta’s User register.
As a rule, the personal data processed by Isolta is provided by the Users themselves in context of using the services. Isolta stores the data a User himself/herself provides upon signing up for the service, making an order or using the service. In this context Isolta may request a User to provide data relating to the client company and the User, the name of a contact person and contact information such as mail address, e-mail address and phone number. In addition, Isolta collects information on the use of the services and the communication between Isolta and a User. Data concerning the use of the services may concern information related to the use of user interfaces or user activity in the services.
The purpose of the processing of personal data
The personal data stored in Isolta’s User Register may be used to provide services, to manage the client relationship and communication as well as for marketing by mail, e-mail and telephone. The personal data may also be used to analyze the market, Users and services for the purpose developing the quality of the services.
Isolta may use subcontractors when providing its services. When necessary and to the extent required for the successful provision of the services, personal data may be transferred to a third party Safe Harbor -certified service provider located in the U.S. For more information about the Safe Harbor framework developed by the U.S. Department of Commerce and the EU Commission and the related principles concerning processing of personal data, please see here.
Communication of personal data to third parties
Isolta does not communicate the Users’ personal data to third parties without a User’s consent or an obligation based on law or a need to defend the legitimate interests of Isolta in accordance with the law.
Quality of data
Isolta has carried out the technical and organizational measures necessary for securing personal data against unauthorized access, against accidental or unlawful destruction, manipulation, disclosure and transfer and against other unlawful processing. The manual data is stored in locked facilities. Access to automatically processed data is limited by user rights and passwords within the organization of Isolta and the personal data is secured by appropriate data security methods.