Privacy & Security at Etil 

Since 25 May 2018, everyone must comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The advent of the GDPR has radically changed the legal framework for the protection of personal data. The regulation contains extensive obligations for businesses and strengthens the rights of the persons whose data is processed.

Appropriate Measures

We hebben passende maatregelen genomen om misbruik, verlies, onbevoegde toegang, ongewenste openbaarmaking en ongeoorloofde wijziging tegen te gaan. Met externe partners hebben wij onderliggende contracten die veiligheid borgen. In dit kader zijn ook onze partners en sub-verwerkers van persoonsgegevens ISO 27001 gecertificeerd. 

Data Protection

Etil has specially appointed a Data Protection Officer to ensure that our agreements regarding privacy and security are complied with. We adhere to all guidelines of the Association for Policy Research (VBO) and the expertise center for Marketing, Research and Analytics (MOA), to which we are affiliated as a policy and market research agency.

Process and save

We only process personal data if it is purposeful. For example, to contact us by telephone or e-mail. Or to be able to carry out an assignment on the basis of an agreement. We do not store data for longer than is strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which it was collected. If no agreement is concluded, we will not store data for longer than one year.

Provision to third parties

We only provide personal data to third parties if this is necessary for the execution of an assignment, or to comply with a legal obligation. In such cases, we point out to the other party the need to handle this data securely.

Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics to research how users use our website. General visit data, the time of retrieval and data that browsers send are kept. We use this data for analyzes of visitor and click behavior to improve the functioning of our website. This data is anonymized as much as possible and we do not provide it to third parties.

Cookies

Functional cookies are necessary for our website and our platforms to function properly. For example, these cookies remember your location, language and cookie settings. Personal data can also be processed via cookies. Cookies for functional and (limited) analytical purposes, such as ensuring security, preventing fraud and detecting errors and the technical delivery of content, are necessary for the platform to function properly, to measure its use and to improve our services. These cookies are therefore always used, regardless of your cookie settings.