Data protection declaration for ktr360.com
We are legally obliged to inform you about the processing of your personal data (hereinafter called “data”) in connection with using our website (hereinafter called the “website”). We take the protection of your personal data very seriously. This data protection notice provides you with information about the details of how your data is processed, and about the legal rights you hold in this connection. The legal definitions established in Art. 4, GDPR are applicable to concepts such as “personal data” or “processing” .
We reserve the right to adapt our data protection declaration with effect for the future, particularly in the event of redevelopment of the website, in the event of using new technologies or in the event of the amendment of underlying statutory regulations and/or applicable precedent. We would advise you to read our data protection declaration from time to time and to keep a printout or a copy of the declaration on your files.
Scope of application
The data protection declaration is addressed to all users of the website www.ktr360.com (clause I) and to all of the customers and suppliers of KTR Systems GmbH (clause II). Its applicability does not extend to any linked websites and/or Internet presences of our own or of other providers. For applicants and other users of our Careers page www.ktr-karriere.de there applies the data protection declaration for applicants, and you can download this via https://www.ktr-karriere.de/#datenschutz. For our internet pages ktr.com, ktr-events.com, otools.ktr.com, onlinetools.ktr.com and our webshop shop.ktr.com, the data protection declarations that are respectively posted there are applicable.
Responsible party/Data manager
The responsible party/data manager for the processing of personal data within the scope of application of this data protection declaration is:
KTR Systems GmbH
Questions concerning Data protection
If you have any questions concerning the topic of data protection as it affects our Company or our website, please contact us directly using the contact details given above, or apply to our data protection officer. Here are the contact details for our data protection officer:
You hold the following rights with regard to the personal data concerning yourself, and you can claim these rights from ourselves as follows:
- Right of information: You can require information under Article 15, GDPR, concerning your personal data as processed by ourselves.
- Right of amendment: Should any of the information concerning yourself not (or no longer) be correct, then under Article 16, GDPR, you can require amendment. If your data is incomplete, then you can require that it be supplemented.
- Right of erasure: You can require the erasure of your personal data under Article 17, GDPR.
- Right of restriction of processing: Under Article 18, GDPR, you are entitled to require that your personal data be restricted.
- Right of objection to processing: You have the right at any time to object – for reasons relating to your particular situation – to the processing of our personal data as conducted under Article 6, paragraph 1, clause 1, subclause (e) or subclause (f), GDPR, in pursuance of Article 21, paragraph 1, GDPR. In that event, we will discontinue processing your data unless we are able to prove that there are urgent, protectable reasons for the processing which outweigh your own interests, rights and freedoms if the purpose of the processing is in order to claim and to exercise – or to defend against – legal entitlements (refer Article 21, paragraph 1, GDPR). Furthermore, under Article 21, paragraph 2, GDPR, you are entitled at any time to raise an objection against the processing of personal data relating to yourself for purposes of direct advertising; and the same is applicable to any instance of profiling to the extent that it is associated with the above-mentioned direct advertising. In this Data protection declaration, we indicate your right of objection as associated with the corresponding processing.
- Right of revocation of your consent: If you previously issued consent for processing, then, under Article 7, paragraph 3, GDPR, you hold a right of revocation. Right for transferability of data: You are entitled to receive the personal data concerning yourself – which you have provided for ourselves – in a structured, currently processable and machine-scannable format (“transferability of data”) together with the right to have this data forwarded to a different responsible party/data manager, subject to fulfilment of the pre-requisites under Article 20, paragraph 1, clauses (a) and (b), GDPR, (refer Article 20, GDPR).
You can claim your rights by sending a message to the contact details indicated under the section headed Responsible party/Data manager” or to our designated Data-protection officer.
If you believe that the processing of your personal data infringes the data protection regulations, then you also hold the right, under Article 77, GDPR, to place the matter before the data protection supervisory body of your choice. The choice of data protection supervisory bodies competent to govern the relevant responsible party/data manager includes the following: Landesbeauftragte für Datenschutz und Informationsfreiheit (=Regional officer for data protection and freedom of information) Nordrhein-Westfalen, Postfach 200444, 40102 Düsseldorf, 0211/38424-0, email@example.com.
I. Using our website
1. Access details
The rules state that you are able to visit our website – purely in order for you to gain information – without having to disclose your identity. When individual pages of the website are visited for that purpose, all that will be released will be the contact details for our website provider, thus enabling you to gain a display of the website. In this context, the following data is processed:
- Browser type/browser version,
- Employed operating system,
- Language and version of browser software,
- Date and time of access,
- IP address,
- Content of request (specific website),
- Access status/HTTP status code,
- URL referrer (previously visited website),
- Indication as to whether the visit was successful and
- Quantity of data transferred
- Difference in time zone relative to GMT.
The temporary processing of this data is required in order to make it technically possible for a website visit to take place and for the website to be made available to your terminal. The contact details are not utilised for purposes of identifying individual users, and they are not combined with any other data sources. There is continued storage in protocol files (log files) in order to ensure functionality of the website and the security of IT systems. The legal basis for this processing is Article 6, paragraph 1, clause 1, subclause (f), GDPR. We hold justified interests for protecting the functionality of the website and the integrity and security of the website. The storage of access data in log files – particularly the IP address – for a long period, enables us to detect abuse and to exercise protection against it. This includes, for example, defence against enquiries which would overload our service, or the utilisation of any bots. Access data is deleted as soon as it is no longer required in order to achieve the purpose of your processing. Where the data is logged in order to make the website available, then this is the case when you end your visit to the website. The rule is that the protocol data is stored directly and exclusively for administrators’ access, no later than by seven days afterwards. After that, the data will be available only indirectly – by reconstructing backup tapes (backups) – and will be permanently erased after a maximum of four weeks.
You can file an objection to this processing. Your right of objection will be applicable for reasons arising from your particular situation. You can send us your objection using the contact details set out in the Section entitled “Responsible party/Data manager”.
2. Cookies and other functions
On our website, cookies and other functions are used, and these carry out the processing of our users’ terminals information and personal data. Some of them are urgently needed (“essential cookies”), whilst others fulfil the function of incorporating external elements, statistical analysis, company attribution or reach measurement.