Contact information for the data protection adviser
We do not have a data protection adviser (DPO). Instead, we have a person who is responsible for all matters concerning Unitas' use of personal data and which handles any complaints from data subjects. You can contact Jacob Georg with any questions Naur on 61308399 / jgn @unitas.consulting
The purpose of the processing is to fulfill our agreement on the provision of consulting services. As a starting point, we process your personal data for the following specific purposes:
Fulfillment of statutory duties, including the Accounting Act and the Annual Accounts Act.
Satisfaction surveys related to with the delivery of our services
General communication regarding the sale and delivery of our services
Newsletters, including marketing of our services
Categories of personal data and where the personal data comes from
We collect personal data that falls under Article 6 of the Data Protection Regulation (general personal data).
We collect the personal data from the employees of our customers with whom we are in contact as well as from customers who have signed up for newsletters.
General personal data:
Contact information (name, phone number, e-mail, address, etc.)
Title / position
In order to collect, use and possibly pass on personal data, we must have a legal basis for processing according to the data protection rules, including the data protection regulation and act.
Unitas processes contact information on behalf of the customers to fulfill the contract between the customer and Unitas, cf. Article 6 of the Data Protection Regulation, subsection 1, letter b (contract)
Unitas processes contact information on behalf of customers for the sending of newsletters, when the customer has given his express consent to this, cf. Article 6, paragraph 1, letter a of the Data Protection Regulation (consent)
Final treatment Unitas personal data on behalf of customers, if we have the right or obligation to do so, cf. the Data Protection Regulation, article 6, style 1, letter c (legal obligation). These are, for example, the obligations of the Accounting Act.
Categories of recipients
Your personal data is stored with our IT suppliers and other data processors who provide, for example, hosting of our IT systems, e-mail, etc.
Transfer to recipients in third countries
We take appropriate measures to ensure that your personal data is adequately protected during such transfers. These measures include the use of standard contract clauses approved by the European Commission or obtaining your express consent. It may also include transfers to third countries where the EU Commission has made a decision on the adequacy of the level of protection.
The period during which the personal data is stored
Personal information is deleted on an ongoing basis. Unitas does not, in principle, store personal data for longer than is necessary for the purpose for which they were collected, unless the personal data are to be kept for regulatory purposes. For example, the Accounting Act, in which case the personal data is stored for 5 years after the contract has ended.
If you wish to request deletion of your personal data or have any questions about our retention practices, please contact us using the contact information provided.
Note that certain information may be retained for legal, accounting or legitimate business purposes as permitted by law.
Please note that withdrawing your consent does not affect the lawfulness of any processing carried out prior to the withdrawal. It also does not affect the processing of your personal data based on other legal grounds, such as compliance with legal obligations.
You should be aware that not all rights can be fully exercised in all cases. For example, we do not delete information that we must store in accordance with the law, or if for any other reason we may be entitled to continue to store personal information.
You can withdraw your consent at any time by contacting us.
You can gain insight into what personal information we process about you, just as you can have any incorrect or incomplete personal information corrected.
You can have personal information deleted.
You can demand that we limit the use of the personal data.
You can also object to the processing of the personal data.
You can also have some of your personal information transferred digitally (right to data portability).
Finally, we are obliged to notify any recipient to whom the personal data has been transferred of any correction or deletion or limitation of the processing, unless this proves impossible or is disproportionately difficult. We will inform you of who has received a copy of the personal information if you request it.
If you wish to make use of these rights, please contact us. See contact information above.
If you wish to complain about our processing of personal data, please send an email with the details of your complaint to the above email. We will process the complaint and return.
You also have the right to complain to Datatilsynet over Unitas'processing of your personal data. Prior to such a complaint, we would appreciate being contacted.
For more information on how to complain to Datatilsynet, you are referred to Datatilsynets website www.datatilsynet. Dk
Date of activity
What have we done?
Updated the policy in general: Clarification of wording on transfer
That a satisfaction survey is issued as part of the service agreement
Updated the policy, including: Adapted so that it includes newsletters Including the section regarding Consent Updated format Linguistic clarifications