Techno Dive AS privacy statement
This privacy statement describes how Techno Dive AS collects and uses personal information. Techno Dive AS, by the CEO, is responsible for processing the company’s processing of personal data. Where daily responsibility is delegated, it appears below each point. The statement contains information that you are entitled to when collecting information from our websites (section 19 of the Personal Data Act) and general information about how we process personal data (section 18 of the Personal Data Act).
Processing of personal data at techno-dive.no
The Managing Director is responsible for Techno Dive AS’s processing of personal data on techno-dive.no with associated subpages. It is optional for those who visit the website to provide personal information in connection with services.
Appex is a data processor and supplier of development, maintenance and operation of techno-dive.no with subpages.
Information collected in connection with the operation of a website is stored on its own servers which are operated in the cloud. Only Appex has access to the information collected.
Techno Dive AS collects unidentified visitor information at techno-dive.no. The purpose of this is to compile statistics that we use to improve and further develop the information service. Examples of what the statistics respond to are how many people visit different pages, how long the visit lasts, which websites the users come from and which browsers are used.
The information is processed in deidentified and aggregated form. By de-identified is meant that we cannot track the information we collect back to the individual user.
Cookies – or “cookies” – are a standard technology used by most websites today. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer. The files contain information about, for example, settings you make on the website, technical information about the device you use, which pages on our site you visit, and how to navigate between the different pages.
The following cookies are used on techno-dive.no:
Case Management and Document Archive
Techno Dive AS processes personal information about employees of customers to manage the customer relationship and provide services. Legal basis follows from the Personal Data Act and an agreement between the customer and Techno Dive AS.
Different types of personal data are recorded in the document archive. This is information such as name, address, telephone number, e-mail address (basic data) and other relevant information provided in inquiries. Registration, storage and storage takes place in accordance with the legislation. The case documents may also contain sensitive personal information.
In the event of a request for access, personal information is disclosed in accordance with the Public Act and the Public Administration Act. Information needed to handle the customer relationship will be provided.
Email and telephone
Techno Dive AS uses e-mail and telephone as part of its daily work to fulfill its tasks. The head of the relevant department where the e-mail or telephone call is received has the daily responsibility for the processing of personal data in this context.
Techno Dive AS’s employees also use e-mail in regular dialogue with internal and external contacts. The individual is responsible for deleting messages that are no longer relevant, and at least every year review and delete unnecessary content in the mailbox. Upon resignation, the e-mail accounts are deleted, but some relevant e-mails will normally be transmitted to colleagues.
Sensitive personal data should not be sent by e-mail. Please note that regular email is unencrypted. Therefore, we do not encourage you to send confidential, sensitive or other confidential information via email.
The “Contact Form” feature on techno-dive.no is a feature where you can enter your name and email address so that we can contact you. If you use this feature, your email address will be stored in our database.
Information about employees
Techno Dive AS processes personal information about its employees to manage payroll and personnel responsibilities. The legal basis follows from the Personal Data Act § 8, first paragraph and § 8 a), b) or f) and § 9 a), b) and f). D