At Knowtion we are committed to being completely transparent regarding how we handle the information we collect about our visitors. We tell you how and why we process personal information and cookies on our website, as well as your rights and our obligations to you, as a visitor.
Personal data includes everything that can identify you personally; name, address, social security number, email etc. In addition to personal data, cookies are also available. Cookies are small files that are sent to your computer via the browser (unless you have disabled cookies) when you visit a website. Their function is to gather information about how a visitor uses a website, often to be able to offer custom content and improve the visitor’s experience.
Cookies are tracked using trackers, for various purposes. In our case, it is only about offering the visitor a customized experience of our offering. We only store cookies for as long as needed for the purpose.
Cookies are stored continuously as long as you have approved it. How to delete cookies from your browser depends on which one you use. You will find guidance via the browser’s own interface, or website. We use the following trackers to track and analyse cookies:
• Google Analytics
The aim is always to deliver a great experience for our visitors. We want to be able to present guides and information, adapted to every person who visits our page. In order for us to do so, we track how visitors click and which guides they download. This means that we can later give suggestions for further reading within the specific topic, or related areas. Tracking is done by using cookies. If at any time you leave your email address to us during your visit to the website, the cookie is linked to your email address. This means that, if you give your consent, we can email you suggestions for additional in-depth reading in the area you are interested in, in the form of e.g. guides, offerings and blog posts.
Your personal data is only stored when you enter your details, for example when:
• You download a guide or other file via a form on our site
• You register for education/event/seminar, via contact form, etc.
• You register for our newsletter
• You leave a comment in our blog (visitor comments may be checked through an automated spam detection service)
You have the right to demand that your personal information be deleted and therefore not receive any more tailored-made suggestions in terms of emails, newsletters etc.
Trusted partners and subcontractors
Knowtion may transfer or share personal information with other parties, for Knowtion to be able to provide the services we do.
Knowtion uses the services of the following partner:
• Learnifier (Learning Experience Platform)
Knowtion uses the following subcontractors:
• Wint (Financial Management System)
• Mailchimp (Marketing Platform)
To give or withdraw consent
We only start processing your personal data and cookies after you have given consent. You further prevent the storage of cookies and the deletion of already stored cookies via your browser.
In order to download our guides, you must approve that we store your information, in order for us to be able to give you suggestions for further reading in the area. You can unsubscribe from the mail at any time through a link in the email.
If you unsubscribe from further mailings, you will not receive any more emails. You can also email us at email@example.com.
To update, delete or export your personal data
To update your personal information, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. In order to get your information deleted from our systems and registers and be completely forgotten, email us at: email@example.com. To find out which personal data has been stored about you and to possibly export them to a new supplier, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send all information we have stored to you as soon as possible.
If you have any questions about how and why we store personal information and cookies, you are more than welcome to contact us at: email@example.com.