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YOUR DATA, YOUR CHOICE
Your data is very important to Konvergent and it is used to discuss legitimate commercial opportunities with yourself and your business. Konvergent is a business to business architecture services company. We only deal with either large corperate entities or linited companies run by indivuals or inviduals to carry out a specific service. Details of the specific servides that your organisation can perform such as Busienss Architecture, Solution Architecture, Data Architecture are kept on our UK based Cloud CRM System Eploy.
GDPR is an exciting opportunity for all of us. It will allow each of us to manage our data better and get more value from it. It will also allow greater control and protection over that data, giving us more privacy.
We take our use of your personal data and your privacy very seriously, and here on the Konvergent website, we have a legal privacy notice. However, the summary in the boxes below is designed to be a plain English version that is a bit more digestible.
Here are our 5 simple rules for how we treat personal data:
- Treat other people’s privacy and personal data with respect; the same way you’d like yours or a relative’s data to be treated
- The data belongs to the person it is about, it does not belong to Konvergent
- Always ask yourself ‘do I really need to know this?’ And ‘do we need to keep this?’
- Every time we use data, it should benefit the person the data is about
- Breaches (data loss, theft or corruption) must be reported as quickly as possible, no matter what has happened or why. Any issues should be reported to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A SIMPLE EXPLANTION OF HOW WE CONTROL YOUR DATA
The aim of our privacy and personal data notice is to tell you what ‘personal data’ is, and how we work with it at Konvergent. Personal data is information that can be uniquely identified as relating to you, for example your name or phone number. You can see a table of the data types we store depending on your relationship with Konvergent, and the answers to all the below questions here.
- What data do we have?
- Why do we have it?
- How long do we keep it for?
- Where do we keep it?
- Who do we share it with?
We store your personal data in a few key places. The main one is Eploy, which is safely stored on the Microsoft Azure Cloud. We also store data on our accounting system and with our bank. It’s important to us to allow you to control your personal data and protect your privacy. Only you should be able to do this, so we may need to identify you in order to be sure you are you. We will respond within 30 days unless your request is very complex.
To get access to, change, correct or complain about your data please contact email@example.com
If you are not satisfied with our response or believe we are not processing your personal data in accordance with the law, you can complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) by clicking on the link below and completing the incident report form. https://ico.org.uk/media/for-organisations/documents/1432171/report-a-s55-incident.pdf Alternatively, you can visit https://ico.org.uk/concerns/ and select one of the options on how to complain.
Please read KVDataMap to see how the Data we use at Konvergent is mapped across our systems
As far as is reasonably possible, Konvergent will ensure that information provided on this website is accurate. We cannot accept any liability whatsoever for omission or error. Equally, as we regularly virus check materials, we cannot accept any responsibility for any disruption of damage that may occur during use of this website.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (IP)
Users of this site may not print, download or in any manner copy images or text from the site, except for personal, non-commercial use, without permission from Konvergent.
LEGAL PRIVACY NOTICE
FOR THE FULL LEGACY PRIVACY STATEMENT PLEASE READ OUR Legal Privacy Notice.