MeetingSavvy is committed to ensuring the privacy and protection of
personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation
(GDPR) and other applicable data protection laws. This statement
outlines our commitment to GDPR compliance in the context of our
We collect and process the following personal data:
Purpose of Data Collection:
The data collected is used for communication and interaction with
our clients, partners, and stakeholders for legitimate business
purposes, specifically to support scientific conferences for the
purpose of sharing of research.
Legal Basis for Processing:
We process personal data based on the legitimate interests pursued
by MeetingSavvy as a small business, and in compliance with the
requirements of the GDPR.
All data collected is encrypted during transit using
industry-standard encryption protocols to ensure the confidentiality
and integrity of the information.
Access to personal data is limited to individuals with a legitimate
need to know for the purposes of conducting business operations.
These individuals are bound by confidentiality obligations.
Personal data is retained only for as long as necessary to fulfill
the purposes for which it was collected. Once the data is no longer
needed, it is securely deleted or anonymized.
We may engage trusted third-party processors to assist with certain
aspects of data processing, such as email communication or data
storage. These processors are carefully selected and contractually
bound to comply with GDPR regulations.
Data Subject Rights:
Data subjects have the right to request access, rectification,
erasure, or restriction of their personal data. They may also object
to the processing of their data and have the right to data
Data Subject Requests:
All data subject requests should be directed to the Data Protection
Officer (DPO) at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will respond to
such requests in a timely manner, in accordance with GDPR requirements.
For any questions or concerns regarding data protection and GDPR
compliance, please contact our Data Protection
Officer (DPO) at email@example.com
Review and Update:
This GDPR Compliance Statement will be reviewed and updated as necessary
to ensure ongoing compliance with data protection laws and best
Date of Last Revision: October, 2023
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