What do you need to know to understand this Policy?
You have the right to privacy and to have your personal data protected. To help you with this issue, we have gathered below the main concepts you need to know to understand this Policy.
Personal data or data(s): It is data relating to a natural person who is able to identify him or her within a given context. Personal data can be your name, ID, Tax ID, telephone number or e-mail.
Treatment: These are the uses of personal data, including, for example, but not limited to, the collection, storage, alteration, consultation, sharing, transmission, access or deletion thereof.
Legal Basis: These are the legal hypotheses that authorize someone to process personal data: it can be your consent, the need to fulfill a contract we have with you or fulfillment of a legal obligation, for example.
You or Data Subject: It is you, the natural person to whom the personal data refer.
Platforms: These are the applications, platforms and websites offered by Beltis, under the domain www.grupobeltis.com.br or www.beltis.com.br
Services: These are services offered by Beltis, alone or in conjunction with a partner.
Cookies: These are small files that we transfer to your browser or device (such as mobile phone or tablet) that allow us to better understand how you interact with Beltis platforms. They can be useful, for example, to adapt the website to the size of your cell phone or computer screen, record some access preferences and offer you a more efficient service.
Access Device Data: This is data collected through cookies or similar technologies, including IP, date and time of access, geographic location, reference source, browser type, duration of visit to Beltis platforms.
Beltis: BELTIS COMÉRCIO E PRESTAÇÃO DE SERVIÇOS EM INFORMÁTICA EIRELLI, registered with the Federal Government under No. 09.116.592/0001-86, headquartered in the State of São Paulo, city of São Paulo, at Rua Coelho Lisboa, 731, Zip Code 03323-040.
Analytics Data: This is data about the use of Beltis websites and apps that helps us understand your browsing behavior and how the website and apps are being used.
How does Beltis collect Personal Data?
Beltis collects your Name, phone number, e-mail by filling in our contact forms or via WhatsApp.
When you browsing our platforms, we also collect some data in an automated way, through Cookies or similar technologies. Cookies allow us to recognize your preferences to, for example, adapt our website to your specific needs. Cookies usually have an expiration date. For example, some cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser (so-called session cookies), while others may be stored longer on your computer until manually deleted (so-called persistent cookies).
If you want to know in general what cookies are installed on your device, or if you want to exclude or restrict them, use your browser settings.
For what purpose do we need your data?
We always have a legal basis to process your personal data, with your consent, in the case of contact forms or our legitimate interest to understand the use made of our platforms, such as:
Compliance with legal obligation: register IP, date and time of access, pursuant to legislation;
Analytics: understand your browsing behavior and how the website is being used, to improve your user experience. The data collected is aggregated and, where possible, anonymized;
Website operation: enable essential features such as antivirus software, responsiveness of the website/application to desktop/mobile;
Marketing: content and advertising targeting, our and our partners, according to your profile and preferences, receive the newsletter with information and campaigns, according to your preference, by email and/or SMS, satisfaction survey about your experience with us;
Contact: get in touch with you and answer your questions, business contacts, job requests;
Newsletter: Send information about Beltis and the services we offer;
Registration: Participation in professional hiring processes.
Who does Beltis share your data with?
End Customer: In the case of contracting processes, Beltis shares your data with the end customer, pursuant to this policy and the R&S Privacy Notice available in the Work with Us section.
Marketing partners: We have partners who help us maintain our communication with you, understand your interaction profile with Beltis, and create relevant content for our brand. These partners are authorized to use your personal data only for the specific purposes for which they were contracted. This means that they will not use your personal data for purposes other than those contractually provided for.
Performance Analysis: We also have partners who help us obtain relevant information about our business (Analytics Data) to understand who are the people who use our services, as well as how they interact with Beltis. These data are masked and do not seek to identify or make the Holders identifiable, but only to better understand how the services are used, in order to improve them. We do this sharing to serve our legitimate interests.
Public Authorities: We take compliance with the laws that govern our activities seriously. Therefore, if we are subject to any legal or regulatory obligation that requires us to provide personal data to an authority, we are obliged to do so. In addition, if a judge or a legally competent authority requires Beltis to share certain personal data in order, for example, to conduct an investigation, we are also obligated to share.
If you have any questions about data sharing, please contact us through the channels indicated in this Policy.
When does Beltis transfer data to other countries?
Beltis may transfer data to other countries for storage purposes, for example, on servers located abroad, with a level of data protection adequate to that provided for by law. Please be advised that your data may be subject to local legislation and the relevant rules of these countries. By interacting with us, you agree to this international transfer, in cases where it is essential for the provision of services and execution of your contract with us, in accordance with data protection legislation.
What are the rights of data subjects?
The Brazilian data protection law has several legal bases that allow the processing of your data. These include the consent of the holder, the need to fulfill the contract entered into between you and Beltis and when we have a legitimate interest to do so, as long as this does not override your own rights.
In any case, the law guarantees certain rights to the Subjects of the Data that We Process. Below is a list of all of them, plus how you can exercise them. It is important for you to know that no rights are absolute: when we receive your request, we may ask for some information to assess whether we can comply with your request or if we need to deny your request. In any case, you will be duly informed within a reasonable time.
To exercise any of these rights, you can contact us by email through the channels informed at the end of this Policy.
Right to confirm that your data has been processed and to access it - Permission for you to verify that we have processed your personal data and, if so, request a copy of the Personal Data we hold about you, including a complete statement indicating the origin of the data, the lack of registration, the criteria used and the purpose of the treatment.
Right of correction - This right allows you to request correction of your personal data if you identify that some of them are incorrect, inaccurate or out of date.
Right of deletion - This right allows you to request the deletion of your personal data from our database, when the processing of these data is based on your consent. All data indicated in your order will be deleted when you so request, unless there is a reason that authorizes or justifies Beltis to keep it.
Right of opposition - The law authorizes the processing of personal data even without your consent. In this case, you must demonstrate that there are legitimate reasons for handling your data. If you do not agree with this treatment, you can object to it and ask for interruption.
Right to request anonymisation, blocking or deletion - If you notice that your data has been processed excessively or in violation of Brazilian law, you can ask us to (a) anonymize your data, so that they can no longer be related to you and therefore no longer personal data; (b) block your data, temporarily suspending the possibility of us processing your data; (c) delete your data, in which case we will delete the data object of your request.
Right to portability - You have the right to request, upon express request, that Beltis provide you, or selected third parties, with your personal data in a structured and interoperable format. Likewise, you can ask other companies to send Beltis your personal data to facilitate the contracting of our services, for example.
Right to withdraw your consent - You have the right to withdraw your consent in relation to the processing activities that are based on it. However, this will not affect the legality of any treatment carried out previously. If you withdraw your consent, we may not be able to provide certain services, but we will notify you when this occurs.
Right to information about shared use of data - We will keep this policy and our list of partners with whom we share data always up to date. In any case, if you have any questions or want additional details, you have the right to ask us for this information.
Right to not give your consent - Your consent, when necessary, must be free and informed. Therefore, whenever we ask for your consent, you are free to deny it – although in those cases we may limit our services.
If you have any questions about these issues or how you can exercise these rights, please feel free to contact us through the channels provided at the end of this Policy.
How long will the data be stored?
Beltis will retain your personal data for as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which we collect it. This means that they will also be stored for the purpose of complying with legal, contractual obligations or requesting competent authorities
What are our responsibilities and how does Beltis protect your data?
Beltis implements appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect personal data against Information Security incidents such as loss of confidentiality, integrity or availability.
We use the best security practices in the market and take reasonable steps to implement the necessary safeguards and protect personal data processing activities. We also carry out, depending on the level of risk identified, a personal data protection impact report to adopt appropriate safeguards and improve the level of protection of personal data.
While we strive to ensure your privacy and protect your data, we cannot provide complete security. This is because Beltis may suffer from malicious third party action, unauthorized account entry or use, hardware or software failure, and other factors that could compromise the security of your personal data.
If you identify or become aware of any factors that compromise the security of your data in your relationship with Beltis, please contact us using the contact information provided below.
How to talk to Beltis about your Data?
If you believe that your personal data has been treated in a way that is incompatible with this Policy or with your choices as the owner of your personal data, or if you have questions, comments or suggestions related to this Policy as well as the way we treat your personal data , please contact us through the email indicated below.
How and when can this Policy be changed?
São Paulo, August 1, 2021