About your data
Your Personal Data
Because you are an entrepreneur, your details are recorded in the Crossroads Bank for Enterprises (CBE). Graydon uses this data, as one of its many sources, to deliver reliable company information to businesses and governments. As such, your data is also included in Graydon’s database.
Graydon believes that transparency strengthens trust between business partners. If organisations have a clear picture of the opportunities available and the risks they may face, collaboration will arise, agreements will be made, and ideas will become reality.
To be able to realise this, we have also included the details for your enterprise in our database. This data may contain business-related personal data, to which the privacy legislation (General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR) is applicable. Therefore, we send letters to enterprises to inform them when they are recorded in our database. Would you like to know what it looks like? Click here to find out.
Business-related personal data may include the company name, the name of the owner, and the address of the business. Is your enterprise a company? Then it could be that we have also recorded the names of the directors in our database.
Would you like to know what data we process for your business? Please contact us via the contact form on this page and our colleagues will be happy to assist you.
Your contact details
Information letter recording in the Graydon database
Graydon and GDPR, we would like to inform you
In this video you will find more information about the processing of personal data by Graydon.
Your Privacy and Security
What does Graydon do to protect your privacy?
Your privacy is very important to Graydon. To safeguard your privacy, we have a team of privacy experts working throughout the entire organisation, as well as a Data Protection Officer who safeguards your privacy rights.
Graydon also offers internal training about privacy to its employees. That way, we ensure that our employees treat your personal data carefully and in accordance with the law.
Is my data safe with you?
Of course, reliability, diligence, and security are our top priorities when processing your business data. That is why we have implemented suitable organisational and technical measures to secure your data. Moreover, our information security is certified in accordance with ISO standard 27001, the globally accepted standard for risk management with regard to data processing. In addition, we will not retain your data any longer than required for the performance of our purposes, unless we are required to retain your personal data to comply with legal requirements or in the event of a dispute.
We care about your privacy rights. Below, we will gladly clarify the rights you can exercises within the framework of our services. Do you have questions about your privacy rights? Please contact us via the contact form on this page.
Right to Access
You have the right to know what personal data we have with regard to your business. To gain access, you can contact us via the contact form on this page. We will then send you an overview of the data we are processing about your business.
Right to Correction
You have the right to have your personal data amended if it is incorrect. Is it your opinion that the data we have about your business is incorrect? Then please do contact us via the contact form on this page. We will be happy to make any required corrections.
Right to be forgotten
You have to right to be “forgotten” in our database, meaning having your personal data removed. For our “Market Information” service, this constitutes an absolute right and we will, at your request, no longer use your data for marketing purposes.
For our other services, this is not an absolute right and Graydon relies on a legitimate interest to be allowed to process the personal data for your business. In doing this, we have concluded a general evaluation and balance of interests, in which your interests as data subject have been carefully weighed against the legitimate interests of Graydon and its clients.
Of course, it is possible that in your specific case, your personal interests outweigh the legitimate interests of Graydon and its clients, forcing us to delete your personal data. Do you believe your personal interests outweigh ours? Please contact us via the contact form on this page, to enable us to re-evaluate the balance of interests. Please note, we will require details for your specific interests to be able to re-evaluate the balance of interests. So, please do not forget to include that information.
Right to Object
Every business is allowed to send you marketing materials, as long as it is in accordance with the applicable legislation, of course. If you do not wish to receive such materials, you have the right to object. Graydon will then remove your business from the database for marketing purposes. To do this, please contact us via the contact form on this page.
It is also possible that you do not wish to be registered in the Graydon database due to personal circumstances. This could, for example, be because the nature of your profession causes you to receive threats at your private address that is also your business address. In that case, you can object to being recorded in our database.
For the avoidance of misunderstandings: In this case, you are only required to indicate what your personal circumstances are, so that Graydon can process your request. Would you like more comprehensive information about these various rights? Please click here to view Graydon’s full Privacy Statement.
Would you like more and more detailed information about the processing of your business-related personal data by Graydon? Please view our Privacy Statement here.