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Privacy statement

How we handle your data

General information on privacy

We understand that our visitors, advertisers and publishers find their privacy very valuable. We therefore adhere to the applicable laws and regulations, so you can be sure that we will handle your personal information with care. In this privacy statement, we would like to share with you the way we handle your data and for which purpose.

General information about data security within Daisycon

We are convinced that the behavior of people is the most important part of security. Our employees are well informed about what is and is not permitted when it comes to the processing of data. There are guidelines and there is a separate policy for incoming data. In addition, there is a safety and escalation protocol. Our data policy is regularly brought to the attention of all colleagues and is also an integral part of our personnel handbook.

A second, and very important, part of our data security is that we store as little sensitive data as possible (privacy by design). We do not store any personal data for our Affiliate Marketing service, and combined data cannot be traced back to a person. We have an advanced rights system, which means that only authorized personnel of a certain level can access certain transaction data.

In addition to the fact that we store as little data as possible and that data cannot be traced back to people, we also strive to achieve the best security of our systems. For this, work together with professional data security companies. In addition to the regular checks by our own technical department, we regularly conduct so-called penetration tests. We also have standard control processes for the use of new software. This ensures that, in between penetration tests, only secure software is used.

Our servers are managed at separate locations in the Netherlands by external hosting providers. These providers are ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certified.

Which situation applies to you?

Visitor Daisycon.com

If you contact us via our website, we will ask you for your name, address, e-mail address, telephone number and possibly the URL of your website. We only use this information to contact. We save this information for a maximum of 6 months after you have sent the contact form to us.

Publisher account at Daisycon

When you use the Daisycon network as a publisher, you must create an account. When creating an account you enter into an agreement with us. In order to execute this agreement, we need different types of information from you. For example, we ask you for your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, IP address and, if applicable, the Chamber of Commerce information. In addition, we also ask you for your bank account number. We need the latter, for example, for the payment of commissions.

Depending on what information you want to receive from us, we also use your information to contact you or provide you with important information about your account. When logging in to our system we use unique identifiers to establish your identity and for security reasons, we note the time and the IP address used to log in. The passwords you use are automatically encrypted and cannot be viewed by us. Information is transmitted exclusively over secure SSL connections.

Personal information that we receive from you will only be used by us for the purposes described above. We will not share personal information with unauthorized third parties, except if necessary for the agreed service or if the law requires it. An example is that if we suspect fraud, we can report it to the police.

All personal information is optimally secured and is treated by us with the greatest possible care. Within our organization, your information is also only available to people who need to have access to it in order to perform their duties.

Advertiser at Daisycon

As an advertiser, you get insight into the campaign you have with us through the Daisycon system. For this, you need a user account. This consists of your name and your login details. These login details consist of your e-mail address and a password. The password that you use is automatically encrypted and cannot be viewed by us. Information is transmitted exclusively over secure SSL connections

All personal information is optimally secured and is treated by us with the greatest possible care. Within our organization, your information is also only available to people who need to have access to it in order to perform their duties.

Data storage lead campaigns

For a limited number of Lead campaigns that we host ourselves, we need to store data for advertisers (temporarily). For this, we have a processing agreement with the advertiser.

Visitor in the network

You come into contact with Daisycon when you click on a link that clicks through the Daisycon network to the website of one of our advertisers. We make this “click-through” possible through our services, such as Affiliate Marketing or Lead Generation.

In order to perform our services, we store some information for our advertisers and publishers. This data is not traceable to a person. We use Affiliate cookies and matching data. This concerns:

  • Country of your browser
  • Hashed browser version and settings.
  • An anonymous IP Hash or Account ID (Secure Hash Algorithm).
  • An anonymous Email Hash (Secure Hash Algorithm).
  • Your Device Type (PC / smartphone / tablet).

We use this data to make a match between your click from the publisher(s) and the transaction at the advertiser. For our matching technology, we only store anonymized IP addresses and the data is stored for a maximum of 5 years.

GDPR

In May 2018, new European privacy legislation came into force, the General Data Protection Regulation (abbrev.: GDPR, known in Dutch as AVG, Algemene Verordening Gegevensbescherming).

We at Daisycon are convinced that people’s behaviour is the most important factor in data security. This is also one of the main principles of the GDPR. Daisycon personnel is well-informed about what is and is not permitted when it comes to data. There are rules and there is a separate policy regarding incoming data. In addition, there is a security and escalation protocol. Data policy is regularly brought to the attention of personnel and is included in the Daisycon employment terms and conditions. At senior management level a data officer has been hired who is responsible for abovementioned policy. Where applicable, we conclude separate processor agreements with our customers and suppliers.

Documentation: processor agreements

The following processor agreements are available:

More information and the Rights of parties concerned

Daisycon has an FAQ available for the GDPR. This FAQ includes protocols for the parties concerned.

View or delete data

Do you want to know more about how Daisycon handles your data or do you want us to delete your data? Then feel free to contact us via [email protected].