The address of our webpage is: https://www.alphabit.gr. The website is owned by Alphabit Societé Anonyme, 296 Kifisias Avenue & 40 Navarinou Street, 15232, Athens, Attica, Greece.
The business complies with the national and European regulatory framework for the protection of personal data. To get in touch for data protection related queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What data do we collect and why we collect them?
When visitors come to our site, we collect the visitor’s IP address and visitor’s technical identity card to improve the user experience and help in the detection of spam and security breaches.
We also collect the information you send us to contact forms or others for as long as it is required to send us by e-mail to us and in any case for no more than 26 months.
Forms of communication, etc.
When writing on communication forms we collect the information you give us asking each time to consent to the sending of this information to us for the purpose stated.
We use small text files called cookies that are necessary to organize and improve the user experience you receive from our site. These files may recognize you uniquely every time you visit our site. You can easily delete them from your browser by following each vendor’s instructions.
Content from other websites
Articles on this site may include embedded content (e.g., videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other websites behaves in exactly the same way as if the visitor visited the other site.
Traffic analysis services
Sharing data to third parties
We may share data you submit to forms on our website with our partners if this is required to investigate the creation of a service offer you are requesting us. In any case, we do not disclose your personal data but only the details that describe the need you have contacted us.
In no other case, we transmit personal data to visitors of our site to third parties for any reason whatsoever.
How long do we keep your data?
The information you send us to contact forms is not kept on our website for more than 26 months. They may, however, be copied and maintained in other systems that our company uses, as long as you are our customer, for as long as your service requires us. Moreover, if you sign-up for our newsletter you data are retained for communication purposes until you select to unsubscribe by using the automatic link that is always visible on the bottom of each newsletter.
What rights do you have in your data?
If you have created an account on this site or you have left comments, you may request to receive an export file of personal data we hold for you, including any data you have provided to us. You may also ask to delete the personal data we hold for you. This does not include data that we are required to keep for administrative, legal or security reasons. You can also sign in to your system with the codes you have, and see, modify and delete all the data you have created and maintained in your own user account.
Your rights are as follows:
– Withdrawal of consent
– Access request
– Correction of personal data
– Deletion of personal data
– Limitation of the processing of personal data
– Request personal data portability
– Denial of the processing of personal data
– Request in regard to the automated decision making and profile creation
How do we protect your data?
Your data are technically protected by website security controls which make it very difficult for third parties to gain unauthorized access. Also, strong cryptography is used when transmitting the information that you give to us.
The site is supervised on a 24-hour basis by an intrusion prevention system and qualified security system security personnel who are vigilant to protect your data in order to mitigate threats, inform the authorities and inform you of any breach.
What procedures have we put in place in case of breach?
In the event of a breach, the following actions are taken: information regarding the violation is collected and handed over to the cyber law enforcement authorities, the breach is contained by technical means, the authorities and parties affected by the breach are informed, and the size and extent of the breach is measured so that it can be properly reported to all parties with legitimate interest. Furthermore, we provide access and aid to law enforcement authorities to facilitate the investigation of all aspects of the data privacy violation.
Which third parties do we receive data from?
We do not receive information about our visitors from third parties.
Automated decision making and / or visitor profile determination
To protect our site we use multiple security measures that take automated decisions about the nature of each visit to ensure the integrity of the programmatic code and the confidentiality of our database. These systems may automatically block access to our site. If this happens, you can contact us to remove the block.
Data disclosure requirements
If required by Law, by police or other authorities, or by court order, we may be required to disclose personal information regarding visitors to our site.
Last Revision: 19-5-2018