Disclosure and storage of personal data
As part of our product and service delivery, IntOp works with various affiliated partners who are authorized to sell IntOp branded products or services on behalf of IntOp. We also use some tools managed by third-party service providers in order to fulfill the delivery of certain aspects of our products and services.
We will never, ever provide or sell personal data to organizations not recognized as an affiliated IntOp partner, or otherwise connected to helping us deliver operations to customers essential to our products and services.
Disclosure of data to IntOp affiliated partners: where appropriate, we may provide your details to affiliated IntOp partners in order to fulfill your request for service delivery or further information:
Affiliated IntOp partners are partner businesses officially authorized to resell IntOp products and services on our behalf
In the event we share personal data with an affiliated partner, we will only do so in order to fulfill service delivery or improve our products and services
Personal data will not be shared with affiliated partners for general marketing purposes
Sharing data with third-party services providers: where necessary, IntOp shares personal data with companies who provide essential services for delivering our products and services to customers. These might include services for:
Information processing, payment processing, credit checks, fulfilling customer orders, delivering products to you, managing and enhancing customer data, providing customer service, assessing your interest in our products and services, and conducting customer research or satisfaction surveys
Some of these companies operate and store data outside of the EU
All of our third-party service providers are checked to ensure they comply with EU and applicable local data privacy and security regulations
All processing by such third parties are subject to a data processing agreement, which, among other things, limits such third parties’ use of the personal data to the performance of the agreed services
Disclosure of data to comply with legal or public jurisdiction requests: in rare circumstances, where we are compelled, by law, legal process, litigation, and/or requests from public and governmental authorities within or outside your country of residence to disclose your personal data. We may also:
Disclose information about you if we determine that to do so is necessary or appropriate for reasons of national security, law enforcement, or other major issues of public importance
Disclose information about you if we determine that disclosure is reasonably necessary to enforce our terms of service or protect our operations or users
In the event of a re-organization, merger, or sale we may transfer any or all personal data we collect to the relevant third party
External websites: where relevant, in order to provide additional information on certain topics, our websites may link to external websites we do not own or manage:
We cannot control, and are not responsible for, how these websites collect and use information
This privacy notice is valid only for IntOp branded domains, owned and managed by Intelligent Operations AS, as the owner and operator of the IntOp service. When using such third party websites, we recommend that you read the relevant sites terms and privacy notice
Presenters: At the request of any person who hosts and/or presents information in a conference (“presenters”), the IntOp service may collect certain personal data and other information which any presenter in any conference may see and may be shared with other users of the service at the request of a presenter or as an automatic function of the service, including without limitation:
Your name, address, phone number, and email address
Any other personal data or other information you provide to the service or as requested by any presenter
Storage: Personal Data and other information may be stored and/or processed in multiple locations in which IntOp or its affiliates maintain facilities. IntOp will ensure that all such locations and affiliates comply with EU and applicable local data privacy and security regulations, e.g. by use of EU model clauses, binding corporate rules, GDPR Article 49 derogations, etc.