Personal data is any information that directly or indirectly identifies a natural person, such as your name, address, telephone number, date of birth or the IP address with which you connect to the Internet.
With this document, we want to inform you clearly and transparently about the conditions under which we collect, process, store, archive and delete your personal data.
You will also find a reminder of the rights you have over your data as well as all useful information to exercise them
What personal information do we collect?
In strict compliance with the regulations in force, we mainly process personal data of three types:
How do we use your personal data?
We use your personal data responsibly, for a specific and useful purpose.
This data helps us, based on your consent, to :
In addition, on the basis of our legitimate interest, we process your personal data to improve your navigation on our site.
How long do we keep your personal data?
The storage periods, precisely defined, ensure that they do not exceed the time strictly necessary for the proper execution of the treatment. To determine each duration, we took into account:
The data processed for :
Is your personal data disclosed to third parties?
We consider that all data concerning you constitute confidential data.
However, and for the purposes detailed above, you authorize us, by providing us with your personal information, to share this data for the benefit of our service providers and subcontractors.
How do we protect your data?
A reliable information system
We take the security of your data very seriously. In view of the nature of the personal data and the risks presented by the processing, we have taken a whole series of necessary measures to preserve them and prevent them from being distorted, damaged, made inaccessible or from being accessed by unauthorised third parties.
We have also taken organizational measures, through the training of teams dedicated to the issue of information security.
More generally, we make all our employees aware of the protection of personal data and ensure that they respect the regulations in force as well as our company's ethics.
We choose subcontractors or service providers who offer a high level of guarantees regarding the implementation of appropriate technical and organizational measures. Therefore, we ensure that the processing of your data meets the requirements of the regulations in force concerning the protection of personal data.
If we notice an incident with an impact on personal data, we take care, according to the framework imposed by regulations, to notify it to the Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés (CNIL) as soon as possible after having taken knowledge and to inform the persons concerned.
In terms of personal data, you should know that you have a series of dedicated rights, such as :
How to exercise your rights?
You can express your different rights:
Right to portability
As part of the exercise of the right to portability, we will return the declarative data to you. As a reminder, this concerns data that we may collect directly from you or data collected indirectly from third parties with whom we have a contractual relationship.
The role of the Data Protection Officer
Our Data Protection Officer ensures compliance with personal data protection regulations within the Group. It informs and advises the Chief Executive Officer of Crédit Mutuel Arkéa on all matters relating to the protection of personal data. He is also the contact person for the CNIL, our supervisory authority, for any question relating to the management of personal data.
You can reach our DPD:
By e-mail: email@example.com
By post: Mr. le Délégué à la Protection des Données- Crédit Mutuel Arkéa -29808 Brest Cedex 9
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In order to improve your experience, improve our services or facilitate navigation, we implement the following cookies on your computer terminals:
How to set your cookies?
You can prevent cookies (or equivalent technology) from being stored by selecting the appropriate browser settings on your computer, smartphone, tablet or other interface.
However, the persistent cookies described above are implemented if you continue browsing outside the'learn more' link in the'cookie banner'. Please note that this banner is automatically displayed as soon as you enter a site that has implemented cookies, in order to ensure at all times that you consent to the collection of your browsing data.
The case of Google Analytics audience measurement tools
The audience measurement tool Google Analytics equips our digital media at your disposal. The data generated by the tool and its cookies are stored by Google on servers located in Europe and the United States.
On our sites, we have taken care to set up Google Analytics with the option "Anonymize IP" which ensures that your IP address (Internet Protocol) is always treated anonymously. To learn more about Google's privacy policies, please click here.
For the sake of transparency, we also point out the existence of an opposition system to monitoring by Google Analytics. For more information, we invite you to visit Google's web page by clicking here.
Are the rules changing? We're informing you!
In order to provide you with an optimal browsing experience, the rules for cookie management and audience measurement described above may need to evolve.
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Publication date: 05/28/2018