Events : Big Data & AI Toronto, Cloud Expo Toronto, Cybersecurity Toronto
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This policy does not extend to websites operated by third parties. Big Data Toronto, AI Toronto, Big Data & AI Toronto, Cloud Expo Toronto, Cybersecurity Toronto and Big Data & AI, Cloud Expo and Cybersecurity Toronto are therefore not liable for their privacy policies, procedures and practices.
What data we are collecting as part of your registration for Big Data & AI Toronto ?
Within the scope of your registration to this congress, we are collecting your data for 3 years, since your last consent. The use of your personal data is a key issue to let us organize the event with relevance and accuracy. When you register to this event, you agree to entrust your data to Corp Events. At any time (mostly after the event), you can easily ask us to delete your personal data.
The data we are collecting during your registration:
- Some personal data: first name, last name, email address, company, job title, industry, department, phone number …
- Data related to the event: discount codes, analytics data …
- Registration to some of our partner’s newsletter, only if you check the specific boxes on the registration form
We are also liable to collect your data on other channels, like your answer to one of our study, a phone call with our sales managers … In these cases, we ask your consent before collecting your data.
The use of your data
We collect your data when you register to our event so as to carry out the event organisation. Your data might also be used to send you some email information. If you give a specific agreement, your data should also be transmitted to a specific partner.
- Secure storage
We collect, store and manage your data with care. We intend to secure all our processes and we work with trusted service providers (OVH, Salesforce, Eventmaker).
- Communication and information about the event
We use your contact information to inform you about the current event you already registered. We also send you information about the next editions of the event or about other accurate events organised by Corp Events. You may also receive some relevant email communications from us.
At any time, you can unsubscribe from our mailing list by clicking to the unsubscription link at the bottom of all our newsletters.
- Deletion of your personal data
Your data are managed carefully and deleted 3 years after your last consent. However, you can ask us to consult or delete your data at any time by filling the form below.
- Data transmission to partners only with your consent
Your data may also be transmitted to third parties, only with your specific consent. For example, an exhibitor could scan your pass during the event, because you wanted to give him your contact information. When you participate in a workshop, your pass is also scanned and your contact information is transmitted to the speaker’s company. At any time, you can refuse the scan of your pass.
In these cases, you agree with the share of your data with this specific partner and we are not anymore responsible of it use. However, we still can let you follow the transmission of your data to one of our partner (on your specific request). Furthermore, we always pay attention to work with reliable partners.
The data collected on our websites https://bigdata-toronto.com – https://ai-toronto.com – https://cloudexpo-toronto.com – https://cybersecurity-toronto.com
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