This privacy notice ("Privacy Notice") describes how Daniel Technologies ("we, us, our") collects, uses, and shares your private data ("your information") in the course of our business. It also outlines your rights to view and modify your personal data.
Since we are the data controller, we make the decisions regarding the handling and security of your personal data. We take seriously our duty to secure your information and your right to privacy.
Read our Privacy Notice to understand:
- Our Identity
- The information we gather about you
- How we use the information that you provide
- Who has access to your data
- When we share your personal information
- The way we handle your information
- The duration of our data retention
- Your rights and choices
Daniel Technologies is a trading name of Daniel Technologies Limited a company registered in the Republic of Ireland under company number 356995.
You can contact us as follows:
Daniel Technologies, 19E Rosemount Business Park Drive, Rosemount Business Park, Dublin, D11 A409
The information we gather about you:
Your name, first name, gender, email address, phone number, and other information may be included in the data you give us. Your information includes anything that may be used to identify you, so if you write an email to us under the “Contact” section on our website www.danieltechnologies.ie (the “Website”) we will receive personal data information mentioned hereto.
We will not ask you for any sensitive information, such as your racial or ethnic background, political views, religious, philosophical, or other similar beliefs, union membership, physical health, sexual preferences, or other personal characteristics.
We collect information when you:
- Communicate with us by mail, phone, SMS, email, or through our website.
- Participate in our events or get in touch with us in person.
- Sign an agreement with us.
- Fill out a job application.
Information about how you use our website:
Links to other websites may be found on our website. For instance, our website includes links to, but is not limited to, the following social networking platforms:
- Linkedin.com operated by LinkedIn Corp. – 2029 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA;
You may allow third parties permission to gather or share your information by clicking on those links or allowing these connections. We decline any liability for the content of these websites because we have no control over them, including their privacy policies. If there are any such external websites, please make sure to read the privacy policies. In some cases, third parties may provide us with information about you. To get information about you, for instance, if you are a job application, we might get in touch with your references.
How we use the information that you provide:
Your information is used legally by us. Your information is not sold to outside parties by us. However, as stated in the section titled "When we share your information," we may nonetheless reveal your information. Below are the specifics of how we use your information and the legal justifications for those uses:
When we have your consent to contact you, we may use your information to:
- keep in touch with you and let you know about our newest products.
- inform you about new website features or services;
Sometimes, we will use your information for our "legitimate business interests" (sometimes known as our "legitimate interests"). This includes, for instance, our legitimate business interests in managing and operating our operations as well as our connection with you.
When we use your information for our legitimate interests, we make sure to consider any possible effects on you from such usage. If we believe your interests should prevail over ours, we will not use your information unless we have another legal basis (such as your consent or a legal duty) to do so. Our legitimate interests do not always take precedence over yours. You have rights and choices, including the ability to object to or correct our processing, if you have any reservations about it (please refer to the section titled "Your rights and choices").
We may use your information for the purposes listed below on the basis of our legitimate interests:
- to respond to an email you have submitted to us, either directly or through the "Contact" area.
- to process any job applications you submit to us;
- to work with our third-party recruitment agency to process any job applications you submit to us;
- to conduct anonymous, aggregated research on how visitors generally interact with our website in order to deliver the best products and services possible to visitors to our website.
- to run a safe and legal business or when we are required by law.
- to allow us to uphold our rules and procedures, exercise our legal rights, or safeguard the welfare of our personnel.
- to analyse your use of our website and your responses to our communications;
- to improve the services and/or communications we offer you by personalising, enhancing, changing, or in some other way improving them;to detect and prevent fraud and unauthorised access or illegal activity.
- to enhance the security and effectiveness of the websites and services on our network, including testing, software development, and support.
Who has access to your data
Your information may be handled by our employees or by those of other parties that help us run our business. Processing can refer to any action involving the use of an individual's personally identifiable information. Data processing includes all uses, such as gathering, capturing, storing, disclosing, organising, retrieving, deleting, and destroying data. We take steps to guarantee that any third parties handling your information on our behalf are doing so in a legal manner, following our instructions, and adhering to the necessary confidentiality obligations. Additionally, we have sufficient organisational and technical safeguards in place within our business as well as with third party processors to protect your information.
Third party processors of your information include
- Our Website hosts and operators, IT support providers, database operators. site analytics providers and software developers.
- Our marketing or publicity services providers.
- Our financial services and payment service provider.
- Our auditors, technical consultants and legal advisors.
When we share your personal information
When we disclose your information to parties outside of our organisation, you will be prompted to grant your permission. If you decide to do so, any dealings you have with other parties will be subject to their privacy policies. The third party and we jointly regulate how the third party uses your information. It follows that the third party has the authority to decide how to utilise your information. Prior to sharing your information, we require third parties to sign a data sharing agreement that outlines their obligations to keep your information secure from unauthorised access, processing, or use.
The following third parties will receive your information from us:
- selected marketing partners;
- any prospective seller or buyer of businesses or assets, only in the event that we decide to acquire, transfer or sell any business or assets; and
- any other third parties (including legal or other advisors, regulatory authorities, courts and government agencies) where necessary to enable us to enforce our legal rights, or to protect the rights, property or safety of our employees or where such disclosure may be permitted or required by law or where we have a legal obligation to do so.
- ensuring the structural safety of our buildings or other locations;
- using appropriate password protection and encryption to ensure the physical and digital security of our tools and devices;
- upholding a data protection policy for our staff and providing data protection training to them.
- restricting access to your personal information within our organisation to those who require it for their jobs.
- we constantly archive our paper and email correspondence and delete unneeded material;
- our departmental shared drives and password-protected folders are used to enable restricted access to information under our best practise email retention policy; deleted emails are auto-deleted periodically;
- we regularly examine access to keep access profiles and policies current;
- we review and delete documents on a regular basis in compliance with our document retention policy;
- we keep a suppression list of email addresses belonging to people who no longer want to hear from us. We must permanently preserve this information so that we can comply with their requests;
- We keep resumes and related documents from job applicants who were unsuccessful for a maximum of twelve (12) months beginning with the date of our last communication with them. We then proceed to delete this data after that time has passed.
- the right to request access to the data we have on you in order to confirm our compliance with the law;
- the right to obtain a copy of any data we maintain about you in a structured, generally accepted, machine-readable format or in a format of your choice;
- the right to ask that we transfer your data in a structured, generally accepted, machine-readable format to another service provider;
- the right to request that any erroneous or incomplete information we may have about you be corrected;
- the right to request that we remove any information we may have about you in specific situations;
- the right to ask us, in certain circumstances, to restrict processing of your information.