We do not collect, use, or disclose your personal information for any purposes other than those identified below, except with your consent or as required by law.
We encourage you to read this policy carefully. It will help You make informed decisions about sharing your personal information with us.
Data You Provide To Us
EVOM is the controller of the personal data you provide to us, and we use this information to provide, understand, support, and improve our products and services.
When you contact us through our website, we collect personal information directly via email, telephone, support channels, or other means.
- Email Address
- Mobile and Telephone Number
- Company Name
Personal Information included in Curriculum vitae.
When provided by you for employment applications through our website, we collect this personal information directly via email or other means.
How We Use Your Data
How we use your data will depend on the type of services we provide to you.
Services and Products
- Provide our products and services to you
- Respond to your inquiries about our products and services
- Administer a service we provide to you
- Assist with support of products and services we provide you
- Maintain our business relationship, where you are a client
- Comply with laws and regulations in applicable jurisdictions
Personal data provided by you in contact information, CV, and covering letter for employment applications. We use this data solely to help us consider your employment application.
Where you have given consent to use your data to
- send you news and updates about our products and services
- send you marketing/promotional messages
What we do with it
No data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, while we take all reasonable steps to protect your Personal Data, the nature of the Internet is such that we cannot guarantee or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us.
Your data is processed at Xerxes Limited, 2 Main Street, Lanesborough, Co. Longford, N39 A5Y8, IE.
How long we keep it
Any personal data held by us needed to provide you with our products and services will be kept by us until you notify us that you no longer require our products and services. We will keep this keep data for three years from the date of such notification. In some cases, we may choose to retain certain information in an anonymized or aggregated form.
We will keep any personal data held by us for marketing and service update notifications until you notify us that you no longer wish to receive this information.
We will keep any personal data held by us for recruitment purposes for six months from the date of submission to us.
What are your rights?
You have the right to request this information, rectify it, or have it deleted.
Please contact us via Emai: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address:Xerxes Limited, 2 Main Street, Lanesborough, Co. Longford, N39 A5Y8, IE.
If you wish to complain about how we have handled your data, please contact us at email@example.com or in writing at the address above. We will then look into your complaint and work with you to resolve the matter.
Cookies Policy | What Are Cookies?
Cookies are nothing but small files stored in your computer that hold a meager amount of data about your visit sites. These files have information about the web page you visit, as well as any other information you’ve given, such as name and interests.
Cookies help us to know how you interact with our content and allow us to improve your experience when you visit our site. We can understand your language preference through cookies so that you needn’t change it for every visit. From your website’s activity, we can target advertisements on third-party websites to re-market our products/services to you. In addition to this, there are the types of cookies you need to know about
Session cookies are temporary and are used to remember you when you visit our site. They expire when the web browser is closed.
Persistent cookies remain on your computer/mobile device even after you close the web browser or restart your computer. With this data, we come up with a visit pattern to improve the functionality of the site. These cookies are also used for targeted advertising.
First Party and Third Party Cookies
We use first-party as well as third-party cookies on our website. First-party cookies mainly belong to the website you’re currently visiting. Third-party cookies are cookies that belong to other websites that are mostly used for outside advertising.
How To Reject And Delete Cookies?
Keep in mind that if cookies are disabled, you might not take full advantage of a website you’re visiting and may impair your experience. You can reject and delete cookies by simply changing your browser settings.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most significant change in data privacy regulation in 20 years ‐ we’re here to make sure you’re prepared. Data privacy regulations have been streaming in for years. But what’s been called the most sweeping revision to European privacy and data protection legislation ever is coming. It’s time to prepare.
What Is Gdpr?
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes into force across the European Union on 25 May 2018, introducing substantial changes to European data protection law, along with severe financial penalties for noncompliance. The GDPR seeks to create a harmonized data protection law framework across the EU and aims to give citizens back control of their data while imposing strict rules on those hosting and ‘processing’ this data anywhere in the world.
Why Is It Being Implemented?
The GDPR aims to protect all EU citizens from privacy and data breaches in an increasingly data-driven world vastly different from when the 1995 directive was established. Current regulations are not tailored for the digital economy, which is a significant problem for both businesses and consumers.
What Are the Penalties for Failing to Comply With Gdpr?
The financial penalties for failing to comply with the GDPR are clearly defined: for each instance of noncompliance, organizations could potentially face a fine of up to 20 million euros or 4 percent of worldwide annual turnover, whichever is higher. All indicators seem to show that the GDPR will be strictly enforced from day one. Companies should not assume they will be allowed a grace period during which they won’t be fined.
To Whom Does the Gdpr Apply to?
The GDPR will cover individuals, organizations, and companies with either ‘controllers’ or processors’ data and sensitive personal data.
The new regulation covers all businesses operating in the EU and applies to any personal data of EU citizens stored outside the EU. If a company based outside the EU (such as a cloud storage service) stores data belonging to an EU, they are also subject to the new rules.
Pathways for Pursuing Gdpr Readiness
Many organizations are aware that they need to take action now to prepare for the GDPR but aren’t sure of the best way to get started. The truth is that there is no one correct answer; where you start depends a lot on where you are now. That being said, evom.ie has identified several common pathways that have been of the highest priority for most organizations facing the immediate challenges of GDPR readiness and various other ways that companies might want to tackle in the future.
Benefits of Complying
Complying with the GDPR is also a great way to gain your customer’s and employees’ confidence, increase visibility and understanding around your business, make quality data available to every business user, and become more efficient. The benefits of GDPR readiness are just as good as a reason to act as the risks of not complying. Now that you understand the urgency of GDPR readiness, evom. ie is here to help you go further. Whether you need help identifying the steps you may need to take, or you’re ready to put in place a comprehensive information governance platform, we’re here to provide the assistance you need.
1st January 2021