GDPR AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR YOU AND ELENA VYSOTSKAYA
Elena Vysotskaya is a brand offering mindfulness&leadership training to individuals and organisations and is based in Ukraine.
When you send us an enquiry, sign up for a course or request we will ask for some personal information that may include name, address, email, phone number, other information necessary for your enquiry or application. We hold:
E-mail addresses on our mailing lists where explicit permission has been given to opt into a list.
Booking and payment information
Information provided on course registration forms.
E-mail communication. WHY WE COLLECT AND HOW WE USE YOUR DATA
We collect this data so we can communicate with you and use your name in all communication from us. We may need to let you know about our news and events on a monthly basis and we use your email address for this. We may need to contact you in regards to an event you have registered for and we may use your phone number for this.
E-mail addresses on our mailing lists - are used to communicate to you our latest offerings and news.
Our payment systems are used to administer our courses and workshops.
Information provided on course/workshop registration forms are used to run our courses/workshops effectively.
. WE DO NOT SHARE YOUR DATA WITH ANY THIRD PARTIES AND WE DO NOT USE YOUR DATA FOR ONLINE ADVERTISEMENTS.
Below is more information on how you can manage your data we hold. DATA SUBJECT RIGHTS
In plain English, a data subject is any EU citizen from which Elena Vysotskaya is collecting personal data. GDPR compliance requires data subjects to be granted certain rights. What follows is not an exhaustive list, but those rights that are relevant to the collection, processing, and storage of personal data on the Elena Vysotskaya website and word application forms. REQUEST CONSENT
Explicit consent has to be obtained before data collection can take place. In other words, before the user submits the form, they must be made aware that this form is collecting personal data with the intent to store that data. Elena Vysotskaya is also responsible for letting the user know how that data will be stored and used.
How Elena Vysotskaya meets this rule: Each data collecting form on the website has a confirmation tick-box where the user confirms agreement with Elena Vysotskaya collecting, storing and using the personal data as intended and explained in the form. RIGHT TO ACCESS
Data subjects must be able to request and obtain confirmation that data is or is not being collected on them, and if so exactly what data is being collected, how, where, and for what purpose. That data must also be provided to them in an electronic format free of charge on request.
How Elena Vysotskaya meets this rule: Elena Vysotskaya has a Data Information Request form that the user submits to request the personal data held. Contact us HERE to request the data
. RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN
Data subjects must be provided a quick and painless way to withdraw consent and have collected data purged.
How Elena Vysotskaya meets this rule: Elena Vysotskaya has a Data Information Request form that the user submits to delete the personal data held. Contact us HERE to withdraw consent and have collected data purged
. DATA PORTABILITY
Similar to the Right to Access, Data Portability requires that data subjects are able to request, obtain, and/or transfer possession of collected data at any time.
How Elena Vysotskaya meets this rule: Elena Vysotskaya has a Data Information Request form that the user submits to obtain the personal data held. Contact us HERE to request, obtain, and/or transfer possession of collected data at any time BREACH NOTIFICATION
If a breach/unauthorized access of personal data takes place that is likely to "result in a risk for the rights and freedoms of individuals", notification must be made within 72 hours of becoming aware of the breach.
How Elena Vysotskaya meets this rule: Elena Vysotskaya will notify the user of any breach that is likely to "result in a risk for the rights and freedoms of individuals", within 72 hours of Elena Vysotskaya becoming aware of such breach.