Privacy

For Infradata, the interest of the customer – your interest – always has the highest priority. This means that our conduct of business is based on integrity and mutual respect.

Integrity and Respect

Like any other company, Infradata is bound by the Privacy Protection Act. Personal information is information that can be traced back to natural persons. Infradata supports the principles laid down in the Law. This statement is an elaboration on the legal protection of how the personal information of customers is dealt with.

Use of information

Infradata uses the personal information issued by you to advice you about the implementation of the products, services and solutions as good as possible. Your personal information is available to all parts of Infradata, so that the advice issued or the service rendered, can always be well-considered and balanced. In this, the internal and legal regulations for the exchange of personal information shall remain in full effect. In addition, this information is used to prevent, detect and fight unlawful use or misuse. If you do not wish to receive information about services and products, you can notify the Marketing and Communication department of Infradata.

Diligence

Infradata shall process your personal information with great care. It only uses the details necessary for optimal services. Insofar not dictated by Law or obligations towards you to which Infradata has committed, no personal information is issued to third parties without your consent.

Permission

Infradata does not gather or use any information and details for other purposes than those specified in this statement, unless we have been given prior permission thereto.

Insight

You can ask (the relevant part of) Infradata what information of you it processes and have it corrected in case of inconsistencies. You can request an overview of your information in writing, at Infradata.

Retention period

Infradata shall not retain your information longer than legally permitted and necessary for the realization of the purpose for which the information is processed. How long certain information is retained, depends on the nature of the information and the purposes for which it is processed. This means that the retention period may differ depending on its purpose.