PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION POLICY
SCORE & SECURE PAYMENT (SSP) places great importance on how it protects the personal data it processes and, in accordance with the laws and regulations in force, is committed to protecting the confidentiality and security of all personal data processed on sspayment.com,
With regards to the processing of personal data collected through this website, SSP acts jointly as data controllers with its parent company CLAMAE Group (830 138 376) (hereinafter referred to as the “Parent Company“).
As part of SSP’s commitment to the protection of personal data, SSP implements a transparent approach:
- The general personal data protection principles that SSP undertakes to respect;
- The purposes of the processing of such data;
- The legal basis for the processing of such data;
- The personal data categories processed by SCORE & SECURE PAYMENT;
- The security measures enforced for processing this data;
- The rights you have over your data;
ARTICLE 1. PRINCIPLES OF PERSONAL DATA
SSP is committed to adhering to the following principles when processing personal data:
Lawfulness, fairness, and transparency: Data may only be collected and processed if there is a legal basis for doing so justifying its processing. Each time personal data is collected, you will be informed of its collection, and the reasons why.
Minimisation of data processing: Only data necessary for the proper execution of the objectives pursued will be processed.
Retention of reduced data over time: The data processed by SSP is kept for a limited period.
Integrity and confidentiality of collected and processed data: SSP undertakes to guarantee the integrity and confidentiality of the data it is required to process.
ARTICLE 2. PURPOSES OF THE PROCESSING
SSP is required to collect and process your personal data via its Website for the following purposes:
- Canvassing management;
- Newsletter subscription management;
- Job candidate and recruitment management;
- Management of requests received via the various contact forms.
ARTICLE 3. LEGAL BASES FOR PROCESSING
SSP only processes personal data for which it has a valid legal basis. Legal bases include:
- The data subject’s consent to the processing of their data, where the data subject has given their express consent to the data processing;
- Compliance with legal or regulatory obligations;
- The legitimate interests of SSP.
ARTICLE 4. CATEGORIES OF PROCESSED DATA AND DATA RECIPIENTS
The categories of processed data vary depending on SSP’s use of the data.
As part of its canvassing management, the data processed is as follows: Last name, first name, company name, postal address, e-mail address, telephone number, position held, data relating to canvassing activities carried out.
This processing is necessary for the execution of measures prior to the conclusion of a contract with a potential customer. The recipients of the data are SSP employees, particularly those working in the sales department.
This personal data is kept for three (3) years from the last contact with the potential customer.
As part of its newsletter subscription management, the data processed is as follows: Last name, first name, telephone number, e-mail address and company name.
This processing is necessary for sending newsletters. The recipients of the data are SSP employees, particularly those working in the marketing department.
This personal data is kept for the duration of their subscription and until such a time as they unsubscribe via the unsubscribe link provided in the newsletters.
As part of its job candidate and recruitment management, the data processed is as follows: Last name, first name, postal address, e-mail address, telephone number, current position held, level of experience, field of activity and in general all the personal data present on the documentation submitted by the potential candidate.
This processing is necessary for the recruitment of candidates. The recipients of the data are employees of SSP and its Parent Company, particularly those working in the Human Resources department.
This personal data is kept for the duration of the recruitment procedure. Data related to unsuccessful candidates is deleted at the end of the recruitment process.
As part of its management of requests received via the various contact forms, the data processed is as follows: Last name, first name, company name, e-mail address, telephone number and in general all the personal data present in the body of the message sent by the Internet user to SSP.
This processing is necessary for the purpose of providing a response to the Internet user contacting SSP. The recipients of the data are employees of SSP and its Parent company.
This data is kept for the time required to process the user’s request.
ARTICLE 5. DATA TRANSFER
The planned processing is not intended to transfer the relevant data outside of the European Union. However, if this should occur, SSP undertakes to implement binding legal mechanisms with its service providers and partners to maintain the security and confidentiality of the processed data.
ARTICLE 6. SECURITY MEASURES
SCORE & SECURE PAYMENT implements all the required security measures to ensure the security and confidentiality of the processed data.
Employees of SSP and its parent company are required to respect the confidentiality of the personal data they are required to process.
ARTICLE 7. COOKIES POLICY
What is a cookie?
Cookies are text files placed on a user’s computer by the internet site they are browsing. This file does not identify you, but rather records information relating to your browsing habits on the website. The browser you are using retains cookies for a limited period of time.
What are the objectives pursued by SCORE & SECURE PAYMENT on its website?
Browsing this website is likely to result in the installation of cookies on your device (computer, tablet, telephone, etc.).
When browsing the website, what are the different cookies likely to be placed on your device?
- cookie_notice_accepted : Used for accepting the pop-up associated with cookies when a user browses the site for the first time (kept for 13 days).
- _ga : Used to analyse user browsing habits, flow, source, and other information. (kept for 13 months);
- _gid : Used to analyse visitor browsing habits, flow, source, and other information. (kept for 1 day);
- _ga_gtag_UA_* : Used for request rate analytics by servers (kept for 1 day);
- _gcl_au : Used to deliver advertising content (kept for 90 days).
How to express your choices regarding cookies?
You can accept or refuse the storage of cookies on your device from your first visit to our website.
You can refuse the registration of cookies by setting your browser settings accordingly (from your first browsing experience, or at any other time). This is free of charge. If necessary, some website features may not be able to be used fully.
Where applicable, SSP shall not be held liable for consequences linked to any reduced functioning of the website resulting from the impossibility for us to record or consult the cookies necessary for its correct functioning and which you have chosen to refuse or delete.
Browsers offer the possibility of managing cookies in a personalised manner. Simply follow the procedure described in the help menu of your navigation system.
Should you require more information about the management and configuration of cookies in your browser, we invite you to consult the explanatory pages provided by the software publishers:
ARTICLE 8. DATA RIGHTS OF INDIVIDUALS
In accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016, which came into effect on 25 May 2018, and which relates to the protection of physical persons in terms of how their personal data is processed and freely circulated (hereinafter referred to as “GDPR”), individuals have a right of opposition, query, access, rectification and erasure of any personal information which may concern them.
To exercise the any of the aforementioned rights, or should you have any other request relating to the processing of your personal data, please contact our Data Protection Officer:
- either by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- or by post the following address:
SCORE & SECURE PAYMENT – Données personnelles
25 Rue Louis Le Grand 75002 Paris
SSP undertakes to respond to your requests within one (1) working month following receipt of your request. To this end, SSP may ask you for additional information or documentation.
In exceptional circumstances, should a response not be able to be given within one (1) month (for reasons beyond SSP’s control), a holding response will be sent to you clearly stating the additional time required to respond to the complaint, and specifying the latest date by which you can expect to receive a definitive answer.
In the event of a non-response or an unsatisfactory response, you can contact the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (National Commission for information technology and civil liberties) at the following address: www.cnil.fr/fr/plaintes