Processing of personal data at Nat-Sweden AB 2021-03-01
For Nat-Sweden AB, personal integrity is important. We strive for a high level of data protection. In this policy, we explain how we collect and use personal information. We also describe your rights and how you can enforce them.
You are always welcome to contact us if you have questions about how we process your personal data. Contact information is at the end of this text.
What is personal data and what is the processing of personal data?
Personal data is all data about a living natural person that can be directly or indirectly linked to that person. It is not just about names and social security numbers but also about, for example, photos and e-mail addresses.
Processing of personal data is everything that happens with the personal data in the IT systems, regardless of whether it is mobile devices or computers. These include collection, registration, structuring, storage, processing and transfer. In some cases, manual registers may also be included.
Personal data manager
For the treatments that take place within Nat-Sweden AB’s (corporate identity number 559298-8793) are
firstname.lastname@example.org information manager.
What personal information do we collect about you and why?
We mainly process your name, social security number, address and contact information.
How long do we store your personal information?
We never store your personal information for longer than is necessary for each purpose. Due to legislation, for example, certain information in the accounts needs to be saved for at least seven years.
What are your rights as a registrant?
As a registered person, you have a number of rights under current legislation. You have the right to receive an extract that shows what personal information we have registered about you. You can request the correction of incorrect information and in some cases deletion.
Contact us with questions about how we process personal data.
If you have questions about how we process personal data, contact email@example.com. who is responsible for personal data issues.