TALENTSOFT, is a limited liability company with a share capital of 2,548,418 euros (€), registered at the Nanterre Trade and Companies Register under number 497 941 377, intra-Community VAT number FR87497941377, and registered office at 8 Rue Heyrault – 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt, France.
The company TALENTSOFT and its subsidiaries pay very close attention to guaranteeing respect for the rights and freedoms of the persons who visit this website (hereinafter referred to as the “Website”).
TALENTSOFT agrees and undertakes to ensure all legal and regulatory provisions applicable to the protection of personal data are respected, and particularly EU Regulation 2016/679, of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (hereinafter referred to as the “GDPR”) as well as the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, as amended, (hereinafter referred to as the “Act”).
The Confidentiality Policy describes the categories of data that TALENTSOFT collects from you, the reasons for collecting them, the way in which TALENTSOFT uses these data, as well as the rights you are entitled to.
1.1 What is personal data?
As defined by the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL), the Act, and the GDPR, your personal data consist of any information allowing you to be identified, either directly or indirectly (e.g. name, employee ID, telephone number, photograph, date of birth, area of residence, fingerprint, etc.).
TALENTSOFT is the controller with regard to your personal data.
TALENTSOFT may be contacted through the following means:
– Postal address: TALENTSOFT, 8 Rue Heyrault, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt – France;
– Email address: email@example.com.
TALENTSOFT uses the following processors in order to process and store your personal data: MARKETO, GOOGLE, FACEBOOK, LINKEDIN.
For further information on these third parties, please refer to our Cookies Policy.
1.4 Data you share with TALENTSOFT
On a general basis, you can access the Website without having to provide any personal data. TALENTSOFT does not process data that allows it to identify you as a person, directly or indirectly, unless you have willingly provided this information by filling in the various forms that are provided to you or made available on the Website.
On the Website, personal data that can be requested by TALENTSOFT include your first and last names, telephone number, email address, current position(s), companies you work for,social networks information, username used for the Website, and a brief bio written by yourself (hereinafter referred to as “Data”).
All Data that must be provided in order to access a particular service are indicated by an asterisk. Communicating your Data is voluntary, but if you choose not to communicate the information indicated by an asterisk, you will be unable to benefit from the services in question, including information, communication, or recruiting requests.
Data shall be processed using computer technology and stored in databases located exclusively within the European Union.
In communicating your Data, you authorise TALENTSOFT to process these Data for the purposes and duration described in this document. You may, at any time, withdraw your consent for the processing of your Data, in which case TALENTSOFT will cease the related processing activities.
When you communicate your Data, you provide us with a guarantee that you have received the authorisations and consent required from the individuals concerned by these Data if the Data concerns people other than yourself and, if applicable, for the purposes described in this document.
1.5 Period for which your Data are processed and stored
Data are processed and stored by TALENTSOFT strictly for the period required to allow you to access and use the Website, within the restrictions provided by the Act and the GDPR.
At the end of this period, your Data are erased., in particular if:
1.6 Purpose for processing your Data
On a general basis, your Data are processed by TALENTSOFT in order to facilitate the use of the Website, or to enable you to receive information from TALENTSOFT.
Communicating your Data is voluntary, but if you choose not to communicate the information indicated by an asterisk, you will be unable to benefit from the services in question, including information, communication, or recruiting requests.
In communicating your Data, TALENTSOFT carries out one or several of the following processing operations:
1.7 Data collected by TALENTSOFT
Your IP address is immediately anonymised after use. Therefore, TALENTSOFT cannot, in any case, identify you through this means.
For more information on cookies used by TALENTSOFT, and on the resources available to enable you to configure cookies, please refer to our Cookies Policy.
1.8 Your rights
As part of the processing of your Data and in accordance with the Act and the GDPR, you have the right to know if we hold any data about you. If this is the case, you have the following rights:
The rights listed above are personal and may only be exercised by people who have communicated their Data to TALENTSOFT.
To exercise your rights or to submit any other request about the processing of your Data, you can contact TALENTSOFT:
When you contact TALENTSOFT directly, through whichever means, TALENTSOFT reserves the right to keep a record of this correspondence for a period necessary for processing the request.
1.9 Data security
Nominative and non-nominative data collected through the Website are not communicated nor transferred to any third party other than the technical providers in charge of managing the Website, and partners, who are required to respect data confidentiality and to only use such data for very specific operations under the direct control of TALENTSOFT.
However, TALENTSOFT may be obliged, under the Act and/or the GDPR, or under any other applicable legal provision, to communicate your Data following a court ruling, order, decree, or any other applicable legal provision and/or regulation.
TALENTSOFT shall take all appropriate technical, organisational, and security measures against any unauthorised access or any alteration, disclosure, destruction, or loss of your Data, hosted in European Union data centres for the entire duration of processing. However, you must be aware that given the non-secure nature of the Internet, TALENTSOFT cannot be held responsible for ensuring secure transmissions of your Data via the Internet.
1.10 Communicating your Data
Only for the purposes set out in Article 1.5 of this Confidentiality Policy, TALENTSOFT may share your data with other entities within the TALENTSOFT group under conditions that are strictly set out by this Confidentiality Policy, in particular with regard to Data security.
In all cases, your Data will be stored within the European Union, even after it is shared with other entities of the TALENTSOFT group.
Article 6 paragraph 1, point (f) of the GDPR provides the legal basis for sharing your data with other entities within the TALENTSOFT group. TALENTSOFT has a legitimate interest in sharing your Data, especially to process your request in the best possible way, depending on the country from which you are accessing the Website.
At any time, you have the right to oppose the sharing of your data, for reasons relating to your particular situation. To exercise this right, contact us through one of the means provided in Article 1.2 of this Confidentiality Policy.
1.11 Sensitive data and the protection of children’s privacy
Talentsoft neither collects nor seeks out intentionally sensitive personal data or data concerning individuals under 13 years of age. Children under the age of 13 are not allowed to use the Website on their own. Should we learn that despite our efforts, such personal data for a child under 13 have been collected without parental consent, we will, without undue delay, delete all this information and all backups that may have been made.
If you think that there is a possibility that we hold such information, contact us through one of the means provided in Article 1.2 of this Confidentiality Policy.
1.12 Preventing fraudulent or unlawful activities
We may process Data in order to prevent any potentially fraudulent, unlawful, or offensive activity, or to exercise our rights or those of other Website users.
Article 6, paragraph 1 of the GDPR constitutes the legal basis for processing these data. The legitimate interests that we intend to pursue in this case are the prevention of fraudulent and unlawful activities, and the protection of our systems, networks, services, and users.
You have the right to oppose this processing at any time, for reasons relating to your particular situation. To exercise this right, contact us through one of the means provided in Article 1.2 of this Confidentiality Policy.
1.13 Supervisory authority
For more information relating to personal data protection, we invite you to contact the supervisory authority of the country from which you access to the Website and who is competent.
You can also make a complaint to this supervisory authority if you have any requests or claims regarding the process and the protection of your personal data.
In France, the relevant supervisory authority is the National Data Protection Authority (CNIL).
TALENTSOFT’s responsibility in the application of this Confidentiality Policy cannot exceed the limits established in the General Conditions of Use (GCU).
TALENTSOFT reserves the right to amend or update its Confidentiality Policy at any time. As such, you are invited to consult this page regularly, since any browsing within the Website means you agree to the most recent version of the Confidentiality Policy.
A warning will be published and displayed on the Website when any significant amendment is made to this Confidentiality Policy.
This Confidentiality Policy was initially drawn up in French. Should there be any differences or contradictions with a version in a different language, the French version alone will be considered as authoritative and will apply.