Privacy & Cookie Notice
This “Privacy & Cookie Notice” deals with the processing of personal data by Cyberwolf, Guldensporenpark 23, Blok C, B-9820 Merelbeke, Belgium, with company number BE0768.728.859 (hereafter: “Cyberwolf”).
Cyberwolf complies with national and European regulations on the protection of personal data, including but not limited to the European Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of personal data (General Data Protection Regulation, hereafter ”GDPR”). Cyberwolf will only process the personal data which it collects or receives for the intended purposes and limited for the time required to fulfil the purposes. Cyberwolf commits to update inaccurate personal data and to correct and delete the incorrect or unnecessary data. Cyberwolf acts as a data controller in this capacity as it determines both the purposes and the means of processing personal data.
Via our website Cyberwolf collects personal data both direct and indirect. Direct collection occurs via the contact form or via the closed environments on our website (which are only accessible with received credentials). Indirect collection of data occurs via cookies (see below).
Cyberwolf only uses the personal data collected or received for:
answering your question (contact form);
reacting to your application (application button);
processing your registration (registration form);
optimising your user experience and the Website in general (cookies).
Where applicable and where you have explicitly given your consent, your personal data may also be used for sending communications relating to security, networking and privacy in the form of newsletters.
You are not obliged in any way to disclose your personal data, but in that case, the provision of certain services will become impossible.
Transfer of personal data
Cyberwolf will not sell, rent, distribute or otherwise make your personal data commercially available to third parties, unless you have given your explicit consent or in the event of a corporate restructuring. In the latter case, this is subject to prior notification unless it is not feasible due to technical or commercial circumstances.
Depending on the purposes described above, certain personal data may be transferred to third parties. Cyberwolf will, in any event, strive to keep the transfer to a minimum. If data are transferred outside the European Economic Area (EEA), Cyberwolf will provide appropriate safeguards by making sure that:
the recipient of the data is established in a country where the EEA recognises that there is sufficient protection; or
the recipient of the data has agreed to process the personal data according to the “Standard Contractual Clauses” for data controllers or processors approved by the European Commission.
On rare occasions, Cyberwolf may need to disclose your personal data in response to a court order or other mandatory law or regulation. Cyberwolf will make reasonable efforts to inform you of this, unless legal restrictions prohibit it.
Security of personal data
As a cybersecurity company, Cyberwolf is committed to data security. To keep your data safe, a wide range of technical and organisational measures have been taken to protect your data from destruction, loss, falsification and unauthorised changes, access or processing. It is also ensured that your data do not inadvertently find their way to third parties. If you would like more information about this, please contact [email protected].
By accepting cookies, you agree with their use.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files that can be saved on your computer or another device, such as smartphones or tablets. A cookie generally contains the website’s name, information about how long the cookie will be kept and a randomly generated unique number.
Two types of cookies can be used: temporary cookies and permanent cookies. Temporary cookies are automatically deleted at the end of your visit to the Website. Permanent cookies are stored on your device for longer and serve to enhance your user experience during a future visit to the Website. For example, this may be the case for your choice of language.
Cookies may be used to identify visitors and keep track of which pages have been visited on the Website.
For which purpose does this website use these cookies?
What types of cookies does this website use?
More in detail we use the functional cookies below:
CraftSessionId: Craft relies on PHP sessions to maintain sessions across web requests. That is done via the PHP session cookie. Craft names that cookie “CraftSessionId” by default, but it can be renamed via the phpSessionName config setting. This cookie will expire as soon as the session expires.
_identity: When you log into the control panel, you’ll get an authentication cookie used to maintain your authenticated state. The cookie name is prefixed with a long, randomly generated string, followed by _identity. The cookie only stores information necessary to maintain a secure, authenticated session and will only exist for as long as the user is authenticated in Craft.
CRAFT_CSRF_TOKEN (Cross site request forgery): If the enableCsrfProtection and enableCsrfCookie config settings are enabled, then a cookie named CRAFT_CSRF_TOKEN will be created to facilitate CSRF protection. It can be changed via the csrfTokenName config setting and will expire as soon as the PHP session expires.
_username: If the rememberUsernameDuration config setting is set to anything besides 0, a cookie will be created with a name that is prefixed with a long, randomly generated string, followed by _username. That cookie will exist for the given duration to remember the username on the login form.
Additional Google Analytics is used to track the results of the website. The Google Analytics is set to version 4 meaning that cookies are anonymised. For more information (https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2763052?hl=nl).
You have the following rights regarding your personal data:
The right to access and inspect: you have the right to inspect your personal data at any time, as well as Cyberwolf’s use of your personal data.
The right to correction, deletion and restriction: You have the right to request us to correct, supplement or delete your personal data. You acknowledge that certain services and products will not be available in the event of refusal to communicate or the request to delete your personal data. You may also request that the processing of your personal data be restricted.
Right to object: you have the right to object to the processing of your personal data for serious and legitimate reasons. In addition, you always have the right to oppose the use of personal data for direct marketing purposes; in such a case, you do not have to provide a justification.
Right of free data portability: you have the right to obtain your personal data processed by us in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable form and/or to transfer them to other controllers for processing.
Right to withdraw consent: to the extent that the processing is based on your prior consent, you have the right to withdraw such consent.
You can always contact Cyberwolf to exercise these rights via [email protected] or via the contact form on the Website.
Please note: it goes without saying that these rights only apply to your own personal data. For example, you cannot ask to look at someone else’s personal data. For this reason we may request additional identification information.
We will immediately inform you of the receipt of such a request. If the request proves to be well-founded, we will grant it as soon as possible and no later than thirty (30) days after receiving the request.
We would like to remind you that the exercise of the above-mentioned rights is, in principle, free of charge. However, we reserve the right to charge a reasonable fee for administrative costs that may be associated with providing the requested information or taking the requested action.
If you want to file a complaint about the infringement of your personal data, you should contact the supervisory authority. For this, please contact the data protection authority: Drukpersstraat 35, B-1000 Brussels, tel.: +32 (0)2 274 48 00, email: [email protected] or www.gegevensbeschermingsautoriteit.be.