On 25th May, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force across the EU. It is important that you feel secure with how we at Axelent process your personal data and ensure data protection for personal data in the services we deliver. We are fully committed to transparency and protecting personal data.

More information about our privacy policy is available on our website.

 

Privacy Policy

At Axelent we protect our customers and employees, which means that we always collect personal data responsibly with consideration taken to your privacy. It is important to us that you feel confident that we act responsibly and that the personal data collected is processed in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. To be able to offer our services and meet legal requirements covering both public bodies and individuals, we need to collect certain types of personal data. This means you may have to provide the company with various types of personal data.

You can rest assured that Axelent collects this data with the greatest possible consideration taken to your privacy. In addition to our IT Department, where our data protection specialists work, we have also a dedicated HR team. HR acts as an extended arm to the IT Department and will help you will any queries you may have regarding data protection and privacy.

If you require more information about how we protect your privacy then you can read our Code of Conduct, which explains our ethical guidelines and how we process personal data. Download Code of Conduct here.

You can rest assured that Axelent collects your data with consideration taken to your privacy and that we comply with applicable legislation.

Mats Hilding

Managing Director, Axelent AB

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