bold text We are pleased that you are interested in Comfield. Below you will find information on the protection of your personal data during your visit to our website.
Who is responsible for processing your personal data?
The office responsible for data processing is Comfield Unternehmensberatung GmbH & Co. KG Uhlandstr. 162 10719 Berlin (hereinafter “Comfield”)
The personal contact person is Dr. Martin Schmidt +49 30 310 160 513 firstname.lastname@example.org
What data do we collect when you visit our website?
We have set ourselves the goal of collecting only such data as is necessary for the technical provision of our website, including its functions. This means that you can visit our website without having to actively provide personal information.
What does this mean in concrete terms? The browser you use on your terminal device automatically sends personal data to the server of our website to establish a connection. Access data is temporarily stored in so-called server log files. In detail, these are the time at the time of the page view, the amount of data sent in bytes, the website from which you accessed our website, the browser used, the operating system used, the requesting access provider and the IP address used. This data is used exclusively to ensure the trouble-free operation of the website. The data also does not allow us to draw any conclusions about your person. The IP address in particular is anonymised. The log files are stored for a maximum of 60 days and automatically deleted within this period.
On what legal basis do we process the data?
The legal basis for the data processing is our legitimate interest in processing the data in accordance with Article 6 paragraph 1, subparagraph 1 letter f) of the EU Data Protection Basic Regulation (hereinafter “DSGVO”). Our legitimate interest in the aforementioned processing is to enable the technical provision of our website including its functions.
What rights do you have?
The DSGVO gives you the following rights, which you can exercise free of charge:
Right of access to information In accordance with Article 15 paragraph 1 of the DSGVO, you have the right to obtain information from us about your personal data collected by us.
Right to correct and complete data In accordance with Article 16 of the DSGVO, you have the right to request us to correct incorrect personal data concerning you and to complete incomplete personal data – also by means of a supplementary declaration.
Right to erasure of data According to Article 17 paragraph 1 of the DSGVO, you have the right to request us to delete your data if the purpose of the data processing is no longer given or we do not have to keep the data for legal reasons.
Right to limit the processing of data In accordance with Article 18 paragraph 1 of the DSGVO, you have the right to demand that we restrict the processing of your data.
Right to complain to a supervisory authority Pursuant to Article 77 paragraph 1 of the DPA, you have the right, without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial remedy, to complain to a supervisory authority, in particular in the EU Member State in which you are habitually resident, your place of work or the place of the alleged infringement, if you consider that the processing of personal data concerning you is in breach of the DPA.
General right of objection Under Article 21(1) of the DPA, you have the right to object at any time, for reasons arising from your particular situation, to the processing of personal data concerning you which is carried out pursuant to Article 6(1), first subparagraph, points (e) or (f) of the DPA.
You may assert your rights against us at any time. Please send us an e-mail to email@example.com or by post to Comfield Unternehmensberatung GmbH & Co. KG, Kurfürstendamm 59, 10707 Berlin.
Please note that for data protection reasons, we must require that you identify yourself beyond doubt when you assert your rights against us. We want and have to ensure that none of the users of our website receives personal data about other persons.
We would like to point out that data transmission on the Internet (e.g. when communicating by e-mail) can have security gaps. A complete protection of data against access by third parties is not possible.