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LEGAL NOTICE

WEBSITE PUBLISHER

Organisation & Développement
Direction de la communication corporate
43, quai de Grenelle – Tour Greenelle – 75015 PARIS
RCS Paris 445 260 169
SAS capitalised at €9,041,900

HOST

OVH
2 rue Kellermann – Roubaix (59100)
RSC Lille Métropole 424 761 419 00045
SAS capitalised at €10,069,020,
Tel: +33 (0)9 72 10 10 07.
Contact: https://www.ovh.com

SITE DESIGN

EPOKA
48 rue Croix des Petits Champs – 75001 PARIS
SAS capitalised at €53,115

SITE DEVELOPMENT

Epoka / Touchfordiffusion

PHOTO CREDITS

Fotolia, Shutterstock Agence REA, Studio Chamberlin, Matthew Henry, Andre Hunter, Jonas Jacobsson, Thomas Lambert, Gaetan Luci / Palais princier de Monaco, Flore Maquin, Sharon McCutcheon, Nathan Numlao, Nicolas Spuhler, Ian Schneider, Clark Tibbs, Olivier Plattner

PERSONAL DATA

INSEEC U.’S COMMITMENT

« INSEEC U. undertakes that collection and processing of your data obtained from this site will be carried out in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the French Data Protection Act (la loi Informatiques et Libertés). »

INSEEC U. PRIVACY POLICY

“Organisation et Développement” (Organization and Development), in conjunction with all its subsidiaries and more widely all the Schools and entities which make up the INSEEC U. group, undertakes to protect your personal data and your private life. Personal data is that information which can identify, either directly or indirectly, a specific individual (name, identity card number, social security number, telephone number, photograph, date of birth, town/city of residence, etc.).

I – PURPOSE

The purpose of the present Privacy Policy is to describe the type of personal data which we, that is to say “Organisation et Développement”  ( Organization and Development) (O&D) with all its subsidiaries and more widely all the Schools and entities which make up the INSEEC U. group, collect, or obtain data, the way we use them, share them and protect them, the way we use cookies and similar tracking technology as well as your rights and options.

II – TYPES OF DATA COLLECTED

1) PERSONAL DATA YOU PROVIDE YOURSELF

The personal data we collect are:

  • Personal data you provide us with of your own accord;
  • Personal data we ask you to provide when you:
    • Contact us by email, telephone, mail or by any other means;
    • Request a quotation, assistance, downloads or information;
    • Purchase training, or other services;
    • Create or manage a student account;
    • Register or activate a device (PC, cell phone or smartphone…);
    • Sign up for events, webinars, or services;
    • Subscribe to newsletters, alerts relating to events or information access;
    • Participate in surveys, competitions or other promotional activities.

The type of personal data which we are likely to ask you for may include, but need not be limited to::

  • Civil status: name & surname, place and date of birth, parents’ names, marital status…
  • Your contact details (for example, your valid physical postal address, your email address, your telephone number …);
  • If applicable, your professional information (for example, your job title);
  • Identification information (for example, your user name);
  • Financial information (for example, the number of your credit or debit card, your bank account number, your billing address);
  • Etc.

We may ask you to provide additional personal data, for example in the case of online surveys aiming to better understand your needs. In this event, you will be informed at the time the information is collected.

2) PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED AUTOMATICALLY

In addition to the personal data you provide, our websites automatically collect the domain names for all visitors, and we also use third party web analytics service providers who may collect information such as your IP address, the type of device you use, the device ID and other technical information by using cookies or other similar tracking technology. In some countries, including those in the European Economic Area, certain information may be considered as personal data, in accordance with applicable laws relating to data protection.

Collecting personal data enables us to know more about the type of visitors who use our sites, where they come from and which content on our site which they are interested in. We use this information for our own internal statistical and analytical purposes and to improve the quality and relevance of our sites for visitors. Some of this information may be collected by using cookies or other, similar tracking technology. For further information, please consult our policy relating to cookies available on the internet sites in question.

3) PERSONAL DATA OBTAINED FROM THIRD PARTIES

Occasionally, we may obtain personal data about you from third party sources, but only when these third parties have been authorized to, or are obliged to divulge your personal data. The information we may receive from third parties includes your contact details, possibly professional data, information on your academic background and results etc.

III – PURPOSE OF DATA COLLECTION

We only use the personal data we collect from you for the purposes stipulated in the present Privacy Policy, or for a compatible purpose or for a purpose stated when your personal data is collected.

In particular, we use your data to:

  • Provide the training and the services you have requested, to fulfil the conditions of our agreements with you and manage our business relationship; more specifically, to manage our candidates and our prospects, manage your enrolment and your tuition and training, manage your student file, process your requests for documentation or enquiries about our courses, etc.
  • Activate, register or update the services you have bought from us (for example access for a PC, cell phone, smartphone, access to an online teaching module, access to the digital library…) ;
  • Send important notifications regarding our procedures, enrolment conditions, privacy policies…;
  • Carry out our activities, assess and improve our schools (notably develop new courses; optimize and improve our services; analyze our courses/services;
  • Comply with the requirements of financial and administrative audits and inspections ;
  • Perform accountancy, audit, invoice reconciliation and collection tasks in addition to other internal business functions;
  • Carry out analyses and data processing (including market and consumption research, studies relating to your satisfaction, trend analyses, financial analyses);
  • Protect both you and our staff against fraud and other illegal activities or against unfounded accusations ; establish, assert and defend your rights and those of our staff and comply with our legal obligations and the regulations and laws in force ;
  • Maintain physical security and safety on our premises (for example, signing in visitors) and electronic and computing security ;
  • Inform you of upcoming events, updates, new courses/services and the latest services as well as other offers matching your communication preferences ;
  • Operate and manage our websites.

We may also use your personal data in an aggregated form which makes identifying individuals impossible, in order to assess and improve our offer of courses and services.

IV – LEGAL BASIS FOR PROCESSING PERSONAL DATA

In the European Economic Area, our legal basis for collecting and using personal data as described above will depend on the personal data concerned and the specific purpose for which we collect and request them. The legal basis relevant to the processing of your data is stated in the information provided when your personal data are collected.

However, we only collect your personal data when:

  • you have expressly given us your prior consent;
  • we need your personal data to provide a service (example: cookies absolutely necessary for navigation on our internet sites, requests for documentation), to execute a contract or an agreement signed with you;
  • when processing these data is required to protect our legitimate interests while protecting your interests, rights and fundamental freedom as regards the protection of your personal data.

In particular cases, we may be required by law to collect personal data from you or need your personal data in order to protect your interests or those of a third party.

For any questions relating to the legal basis upon which we collect and use your personal data, please contact us using the contact information given in article XI “Contact”.

V – PROCEDURE FOR PROCESSING YOUR PERSONAL DATA

1) RECIPIENTS OF PERSONAL DATA

On the basis of what has been stated above, we are likely to divulge your personal data to the following recipients:

  • All the subsidiaries of “Organisation et Développement” (Organization and Development) and more widely all the Schools and entities which make up the INSEEC U. group.;
  • Subcontractors, service providers and/or partners of “Organisation et Développement” (Organization and Development) and of the School, which provide us with services involving data processing or which process personal data in a different manner for the purposes described in the present Privacy Policy, or for purposes of which you are informed when your personal data are collected;
  • Any proper law enforcement agency, any government agency, regulatory body, any court or other third party to which we are required to divulge personal data to (i) comply with the laws or regulations in force, (ii) to assert, establish or defend our rights or (iii) to protect your interests or those of a third party ;
  • Any third party company which has made an offer of purchase, merger, reorganization, acquisition, dissolution or winding-up for all or part of the INSEEC U. group, on condition that we inform the third party in question that they may only use your personal data for the purposes stipulated in the present Privacy Policy ;
  • Any partner organization situated in a country outside the European Union, particularly in the framework of overseas internships or international exchanges for our students, as long as the dispositions of the article IX are complied with ;
  • Any other person/organization with whom you have authorized us to share your personal data.

2) YOUR RIGHTS

In compliance with the European General Data Protection Regulation n°2016/679 (“GDPR”), you have the right:

  • to access some of your personal data which we hold and to obtain a copy of these data;
  • to update or rectify errors in these data;
  • to contest the use that we make of your personal data;
  • to demand the deletion of your personal data from our database;
  • to contest the way we process your personal data;
  • to request us to limit the processing of your personal data;
  • to request the portability of your personal data.

You also have the right at any time to refuse to receive the marketing communications which we send. You can exercise this right by clicking on the unsubscribe link in the marketing emails we send you.

In the same way, should we have collected and processed your personal data with your consent, you may withdraw your consent at any time. Please be aware that withdrawal of your consent does not affect the legality of the data processing carried out before you withdrew consent, nor will it affect any processing of your personal data which relies on a legal basis other than consent.

To exercise your rights please contact:
INSEEC U. – Service du DPO – Immeuble Greenelle – 43 quai de Grenelle – 75015 PARIS.

We will take your request into consideration in compliance with the laws and regulations in force regarding the protection of personal data. To ensure the protection of your private life and the security of your data, we are likely to check your identity before allowing you access to any personal data concerning you which we hold.

Should you consider that our processing of your personal data in any way infringes the laws and regulations in force or your rights and freedom, you have the right to lodge a complaint with your local personal data protection authority.

VI – SECURITY OF PERSONAL DATA

In view of the fact that it is not currently possible for prevention of disclosure of personal data on the Internet to be absolutely secure, we cannot guarantee total control over the risks linked to the operation of the Internet and their consequences for your personal data, these data are provided at your own risk.

Nonetheless, we attach great importance to the protection of your personal data and your private life. We have therefore set up technical and organizational measures (physical, logical and human security measures) in order to protect your personal data against accidental, illegal or unauthorized destruction, loss, modification, access, disclosure and use.

VII – RETENTION OF PERSONAL DATA

1) LEGAL BASIS

We keep your personal data as long as legitimately necessary for the purpose for which it was collected, for example to provide you with a service, to allow you to access and follow a course or to comply with legal, tax or accounting obligations.

When we no longer have any legitimate business requirement to process your personal data, we delete them, or the data is anonymized, or, if this is not possible, notably because your data is stocked in backup archive storage, we store your personal data in a secure way.

2) ARCHIVING PERIOD

We are committed to respecting the archiving periods for personal data given in the table below in the right-hand column:

* CNIL : French National Commission for Data Protection and Liberties

Documents and data relating to business relations with the client

Data relating to sales prospecting

  • Retention period required by the CNIL*(unless otherwise provided by law): 3 years from the end of the relationship or the last contact. Examples of a last contact: request for documentation, clicking on a hyperlink in an email.Note: opening an email is not considered as a contact
  • Legal references: CNIL Ruling n°2016-264dated 21 July 2016 (NS-048) : N/A concerning education- reasoning by analogy
  • Retention period implemented by INSEEC U.: Retention period implemented by INSEEC U.: 3 years from the last contact.

Processing for information and communication other than prospecting

  • Retention period required by the CNIL*(unless otherwise provided by law): Period required for the purpose with an annual update of the data.
  • Legal references: CNIL Ruling n°2006-138dated 9 May 2006(DI-007)
  • Retention period implemented by INSEEC U.: 3 years from the last contact

Data relating to student management

  • Retention period required by the CNIL*(unless otherwise provided by law): Period required for managing the relations (analogy with client files)
  • Legal references: CNIL Ruling n°2016-264dated 21 July 2016 (NS-048): N/A concerning education- reasoning by analogy
  • Retention period implemented by INSEEC U.: 2 to 50 years depending on the type of data

Contracts and guarantees signed with a student or learner

  • Legal period for which the documents must be stored.: 2 years
  • Legal references: Article L. 218-2 of the French Consumer Code
  • Retention period implemented by INSEEC U.: 2 years

Contracts and guarantees made electronically with a consumer(for a sum superior or equal to 120 €)

  • Legal period for which the documents must be stored.: 10 years
  • Legal references: Article L. 213-1 of the French Consumer Code Article D. 213-1 of the French Consumer Code Article D. 213-2 of the French Consumer Code
  • Retention period implemented by INSEEC U.: 10 years

Client invoices

  • Legal period for which the documents must be stored.: 10 years from the closing day of the accounting year
  • Legal references: Article L. 123-22 of theFrench Commercial Code
  • Retention period implemented by INSEEC U.: 10 years

Documents relating to the rights and freedom of the people concerned

Identity documents for applications relating to the right to access or rectify data for the person concerned.

  • Legal period for which the documents must be stored.: 1 year
  • Retention period required by the CNIL*(unless otherwise provided by law): 1 year
  • Legal references: Article 9 of the Criminal Procedure Code CNIL Ruling n°2016-264 dated 21 July 2016(NS-048)
  • Retention period implemented by INSEEC U.: 1 year

Identity documents for applications relating to the right of opposition for the person concerned

  • Legal period for which the documents must be stored.: 6 years (archiving only)
  • Retention period required by the CNIL*(unless otherwise provided by law): 3 years (archiving only)
  • Legal references: Article 8 of the Criminal Procedure Code CNIL Ruling n°2016-264 dated 21 July 2016 (NS-048)
  • Retention period implemented by INSEEC U.: 3 years from the last contact

Data relating to Digital Work Areas

Connection data on the digital work area

  • Retention period required by the CNIL*(unless otherwise provided by law): Until the student requests the removal of the data.Express consent must be requested annually until the student leaves the school.
  • Legal references: Legal references: Decree dated 30November 2006 (RU-03) currently under going modification
  • Retention period implemented by INSEEC U.: Retention period implemented by INSEEC U.: 6 months after graduation or dropping out of the course

VIII – HYPERLINKS

Our internet sites and our educational web-platforms may include links to the internet sites of third party companies. We are not liable for the content or the Privacy Policy and practices of these internet sites.

IX – INTERNATIONAL TRANSFERS OF PERSONAL DATA

Your personal data may be transferred to and processed in a country other than that where your School is located. These countries may have data protection laws which differ from the laws in this country and which may in certain cases not provide such good protection.

However, we have taken appropriate precautions to require that your personal data remains protected in compliance with the present Privacy Policy. When we transfer your personal data to another country we rely upon:

  • the relevant decisions of the European Commission, recognizing that some countries outside the European Economic Area have national laws protecting personal data based on standards largely similar to those required by law in the European Union;
  • the standard contractual clauses of the European Commission requiring that recipients of personal data outside the European Economic Area continue to protect the personal data they receive according to the standards provided for by law in the European Union;
  • other legal mechanisms for transferring data or legal exemptions to the restrictions regarding data transfers.

You can obtain further details by applying to:
INSEEC U. – Service du DPO – Immeuble Greenelle – 43 quai de Grenelle – 75015 PARIS.

X – UPDATING

We may update the present Privacy Policy to comply with legislative, regulatory, technical or business changes. When we update our Privacy Policy we take the appropriate measures to inform you, depending on the importance and extent of the changes made. We inform you of any significant change in the Privacy Policy if and when it is required by the legislative and regulatory texts in force.

You can find the date on which the present Privacy Policy was last updated by checking the date given at the top of the present Privacy Policy.

XI – CONTACT

For any questions concerning the Privacy Policy, you can contact us at the following address:
INSEEC U. – Service du DPO – Immeuble Greenelle – 43 quai de Grenelle – 75015 PARIS.

POLICY ABOUT COOKIES

INFORMATION ABOUT COOKIES

WHAT IS A COOKIE ?

Cookies are little files which are installed on your computer or your peripheral for a short period of time while you visit our web sites.

THE PURPOSE OF COOKIES

We use cookies to make your visits to our sites and your registration more efficient and safer. Cookies also enable us to improve browsing on our sites and to understand your browsing preferences.

HOW WE USE THE COOKIES

We use the cookies to :

  • memorize your connection information.
  • identify you as soon as you connect to our web sites.
  • combine information so as to be able to send you advertising tailored to your interests
  • memorize your browsing preferences such as chosen language, font size, page presentation or colour choices. This will allow you to browse our sites more easily and quickly.
  • collect analytical information, for example, the number of visits to our web sites and the pages most visited. We use this data analysis for marketing purposes and ressource planning.
  • identify if our visitors easily adapt to the modifications we introduce to our web sites.

INFORMATION COLLECTED BY USING COOKIES

Cookies help us collect information about how you use our web sites. We never keep any data which would allow us to personally identify you in the cookie data concerning you. We only register a session identifier which helps us find a user profile and your preferences in a following visit.

TYPES OF COOKIES

  • Session cookies – this type of cookie is temporarily stored in your computer or peripheral memory while you are using the site. They are deleted from your computer or peripheral memory when you close the web browser.
  • Permanent cookies – this type of cookie is saved longer in your computer memory. They allow us to recognize you in the case of repeated browsing sessions.

These cookies can be divided into several categories:

  • Cookies required for browsing (technical cookies)

These cookies are absolutely necessary to allow you to browse our internet site and to be able to use the different functions in the best possible way. These cookies are installed exclusively by INSEEC U.

  • Functionality cookies

These cookies are essential for browsing as they optimize how our site functions and give you access to specific features. They also enable you to adapt the images from our site to suit the display preferences of your computer. These cookies also mean that you can have fluid and tailor-made browsing.

  • Statistical cookies

These cookies allow us to monitor site performance, establish statistics concerning how often and which features are visited on our sites (content visited and paths chosen to reach them). These cookies allow us to improve usability ergonimics and make our services more interesting (the most visited pages or sections, the most read articles, …). These cookies are also used to count the number of visiters to a page and to detect any possible site misfunctions.

  • Advertising cookies

These cookies are used to present offers and information tailored to where you have shown interest while browsing internet. Refusing these cookies will have no impact on how you use our site. However, refusing advertising cookies will not stop advertising while you browse. It only means that advertising will not take your preferences or interests into account.

  • Social media cookies

Our website contains third-party elements (button applications) which enable users to share specific content on social media. Examples include « share », « like », « g+1 » and « tweet » from social media sites like « Facebook », « Google+ », « Twitter », etc.

If you use these third-party elements, for example by clicking on « like » or by leaving a comment, the information will be transferred to the social media and published on your profile.

If you do not wish the social media site to link collected information from our site to your user account, you must first deconnect from the social media.

We encourage you to consult the social media’s privacy protection policies to know how the information collected by clicking these buttons is used, especially about advertising and browsing data information.

Cookie Publisher: Tradelab
Type of Cookies: Advertising cookies
Confidentiality policy: http://tradelab.com/en/privacy/

Cookie Publisher  TimeOne
Type of Cookies: Advertising cookies
Confidentiality policy: https://privacy.timeonegroup.com/confidentialite/

Cookie Publisher: Google Adwords
Type of Cookies: Advertising cookies
Confidentiality policy: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=fr-CA

Cookie Publisher: Facebook Ads
Type of Cookies: Advertising cookies
Confidentiality policy: https://fr-fr.facebook.com/privacy/explanation

Cookie Publisher: Google Analytics
Type of Cookies: Statistical cookies
Confidentiality policy: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=fr

 

COOKIE MANAGEMENT

In compliance with regulations, you have the right to refuse cookies and the right to access all data concerning yourself. You can therefore refuse certain of our cookies being installed on your computer by using the appropriate settings in your browser. Most browsers have a menu with options allowing you to manage your cookies by resetting or by configuring cookie settings. Usually, the browser offers you the possibility to

  • Display your cookies,
  • Authorize the cookies,
  • Turn off all cookies, or only specific cookies,
  • Turn off all cookies when you close the browser,
  • Block cookies,
  • Be informed when you receive a cookie.

Please note that if you choose to block our cookies, some of our websites’ functions will be deactivated (especially services like on-line registration, personalization or management of our site) and that your browser might also be affected. If you set the options in your browser to turn off all cookies, your browsing preferences will be deleted when you close the browser.

Please also note that if you have not set parameters to refuse cookies, our system will install them as soon as you go on one of our sites.

The user can turn off the use of cookies by setting their internet browser.

They can set their browser to refuse or turn off certain cookies. The following links show how to parameter cookies depending on the browser used:

  • Internet Explorer
  • Firefox
  • Safari
  • Google Chrome

LIFE SPAN OF YOUR COOKIES

In compliance with the recommendations of the CNIL, the validity of explicit consent for installing cookies on our sites is 13 month maximum after first being installed on your equipment. This is not extended by further visits. On the expiry date, your consent must be given again.
Therefore 13 months is the maximum life span of a cookie.

FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT COOKIES

To know more about cookies, please consult the following page.
https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-traceurs-que-dit-la-loi