Our ambition at Amgros is to protect all the personal data we process.
Amgros processes personal data in connection with the core activities we support. Furthermore, we process personal data about our employees, applicants for positions and our cooperation partners.
Amgros will only disclose personal data when this is necessary to conduct our core activities.
At Amgros, we set up contact details in our CRM system on people we have been in contact with by email. The contact details are only accessible for Amgros employees. We register contact with external partners such that it is independent of individual employees.
What we register:
Name, title, workplace, work email, work telephone number, work mobile number.
If you do not want to be registered in the Amgros CRM system, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and enter ”CRM” in the subject line. In the mail itself, please write that you do not want to be registered in the Amgros CRM system.
When you visit Amgros in person, our receptionist will ask you to register your visit and give you a guest badge for you to wear during your visit.
We register the name, organisation and contact person at Amgros for all our guests. This means that we know who is in the building at any time for security reasons. We destroy the data when the office closes at the end of each day.
You can always find out about the data about you Amgros has on file. You can also access the data we have about you, provided such access does not conflict with legislation.
You have the right to ask us to correct or erase personal data, for example if you believe this information is inaccurate or misleading. And we are obligated to deal with your request.
If you would like to see your data, please send an email to email@example.com. Please write ”DPO” or ”Indsigt” (access) in the subject field. Please tell us in the mail whether you want to see or correct your personal data. Or whether you want to erase the data completely.
Amgros has a number of internal rules to prevent personal data from ending in the wrong hands.
The rules describe how we manage personal data and how we ensure confidentiality. The rules also cover IT security. The rules help ensure that all employees at Amgros comply with data-protection legislation.
To avoid losing data, we take a daily backup of all the data we process in our IT systems. This also applies to personal data.
If there is a security breach with a serious risk that personal data could end in the wrong hands, we will notify those affected as soon as possible. This is required by the data-protection legislation.
If you suspect a data security breach, or that personal data could end in the wrong hands, please contact us as soon as possible. This could apply if you are an IT supplier for Amgros, for example.
In these situations, we will ask you to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please write ”Sikkerhedsbrud” (breach of security) in the subject field.
If you have any questions about how Amgros processes personal data, please contact our data protection officer (DPO) by email or letter.
Write to our data protection officer at email@example.com, and put “DPO” in the subject field.
For further information on the data-protection legislation and your rights, go to the Danish Data Protection Agency website.
The Data Protection Agency is the authority in Denmark to decide ultimately whether we are processing your public authority lawfully - for example as part of a complaints case.
Anyone we register has the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Agency.
Amgros’ personal data policy was last revised in April 2019.
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