myVEA serves the clients (“Clients”) who are interested in myVEA’s virtual executive services. Thus, we outline our data practices below and explain how we store and use your personal data, e.g. whether we are providing you with executive search services, or you are simply visiting our website.
In accordance with Article 6 (1)(b) & (f) of the GDPR, we only process personal data when processing is necessary for the performance of a contract, or when processing is necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by [us] or by a third party, except where such interests are overridden by the interests or fundamental rights or freedoms of [you] which require protection of personal data.
Unless you specify otherwise, we will share your data with web service providers and third parties. Processing of the personal data obtained from site visitors are processed by a third-party web service provider, and not myVEA.
myVEA strives to always remain compliant with GDPR rules, and you therefore have different rights in relation to your personal data. Should you wish to act on any of the following rights as a data subject, please contact our Privacy Officer (contact details are at the bottom of the page).
4.1 Right of Access
You have the right to access your personal data as well as modify, update or delete your information at any time. We seek to comply with any such request as fast as possible, but we occasionally will:
– Seek confirmation on your identity as well as your request to ensure that the request will be executed correctly.
– Deny your request. We take your personal data seriously and fully acknowledge that it belongs to you alone. However, we may be lawfully required to retain your personal data in some instances. If we deny your request, we will provide reasoning for doing so.
4.2 Right of Rectification
You have the right to rectify inaccurate or incomplete personal data concerning you.
4.3 Right to Erasure
You have the right to have your personal data deleted (the right to be forgotten). The right to Erasure is applicable when:
The personal data is no longer deemed relevant for its original purpose.
You withdraw consent, where there is no legal ground for processing.
The personal data has been unlawfully processed.
The personal data has to be erased for compliance with a legal entity.
The above situations are not exhaustive. See Article 17 of the GDPR for a complete overview.
4.4 Right to Withdraw Consent
You have the right to withdraw your consent at any given time. The right to consent is applicable when the processing of your data is based on consent.
4.5 Right to Data Portability
You have the right to demand all your personal data in a readable document. When Data Portability request are made, we export your personal data to you.
4.6 Right to Object
We process your data when it is necessary to maintain our website. We argue that this is in both our and your legitimate interest, but if you do not agree, you have the right to object.
Privacy Officer Details: Albert Nogawa
Last updated: 14/03/2022