The SCA processes data (ie collect, store and use) according to the requirements of GDPR and shall endeavour to keep your personal data up to date, ensuring its accuracy.
The SCA will use the personal data collected from you for the following purposes:
- Circulation of information deemed relevant to you or your company
- Circulation of information relating to industry events, webinars, training courses or conferences deemed relevant to you or your company
The SCA may give information to its PR company, and other trusted contractors, for specific purposes such as the circulation of newsletters, organising events or conducting surveys.
When confirming that you agree to the SCA’s use of your personal data for the aforementioned purposes you are giving the SCA permission to carry out those actions and activities.
You may withdraw your consent at any time by contacting the SCA at firstname.lastname@example.org
The SCA is committed to ensuring that all personal information collected and processed is appropriate for the stated purposes and shall not constitute an invasion of your privacy.
The SCA shall never be intrusive or invasive of your personal privacy and shall not ask you to provide data that is irrelevant or unnecessary. It will enact strict measures and processes to ensure that the risk of unauthorised access or disclosure of your personal data is minimised.
The SCA will not share or sell your personal data with third parties for marketing purposes.
The SCA is part of FETA and FETA is registered as a data controller with the Information Commissioner’s Office under the registration reference Z5825135.
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