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Customer data that we store includes company name, address, email and phone number for our business partners, as well as personal name, email and phone number for relevant employees at our business partners.
We obtain the data either from our business partners upon creation/maintenance of customers, or through the submissions of cases via email or web contact form (orders, support inquiries, etc.).
We use data in our customer records to maintain customer relationships, and through our communications we ensure that you receive invitations to events, information about the latest products, order confirmations, price changes and any changes to the team at Gallagher & Robertson AS.
Gallagher & Robertson does not store personal data without a legal basis. Our newsletters are addressed to people in their professional roles, and the aim is to provide information about Gallagher & Robertson’s latest announcements, services and products. We may also use your details for professional communications purposes. The legal basis for doing this is legitimate interest (article 6.1.f) and/or the fulfillment of an existing agreement/contract (article 6.1.b).
We store personal data for up to 5 years or for as long as is necessary for fulfill a contract.
We have familiarized ourselves thoroughly with the new laws and regulations that have been introduced. We have set up databases in which we can find all the data we hold on our customers. This means that if you, the customer, contact us and request to be told what data we hold on you, it will be possible to provide you with an overview of this from 1 July. The new rules also make it possible for you, the customer, to be deleted from our databases. We only wish to hold relevant and necessary data on our customers, which means any other information will be automatically deleted.
Gallagher & Robertson respects your personal privacy and has established internal guidelines for protecting your personal data. We have security measures in place to ensure that personal data is protected from destruction, unauthorized access, loss or amendment.
We are responsible for risk assessment related to personal privacy and the most important thing for us is that data we possess is processed lawfully and that it does not in any way leak to third parties or persons who are not authorized to process this data. We have procedures in place enabling us at any given time to assess risk and determine how much sensitive personal data we possess. Strict procedures are very important in order to maintain order and systems in relation to sensitive personal data. We take this seriously. The new laws establish strict requirements for deviation management. This means that if there are security breaches, notification must be provided within a given time period. There are also strict requirements relating to what the notification must include and who should be notified. In short, there will be significant consequences if the requirements relating to personal privacy are not adhered to.
For many companies, there can be a lot to grasp when new rules enter into force. Although it may seem demanding and like a lot of work, it is highly necessary. We have entered an era where everything is digitized. This requires stricter rules so that companies, customers and suppliers are always confident that any data about them that is out in the wide world is being processed securely.
We look forward to being part of an even more secure network together with you!