At Impact, we set the privacy of your personal information as our priority. We understand the importance of your personal data and make every possible effort to protect the data that you share with us. Because we value your trust, we would like to inform you regarding the way we collect, use and share your data. The collection, use and sharing of your data from our end, is based either on your consent or the applicable legislation. At Impact, we enforce the protection of your personal data through technical security measures and internal management procedures, as well as various physical security measures. Thank you for your continuous interest and support.
Information you directly provide
Ορισμένες Υπηρεσίες δίνουν τη δυνατότητα να παρέχετε πληροφορίες απευθείας σε εμάς. Some Services give you the opportunity to directly provide us with information. For example:
Information regarding the use of the Services
Apart from the information you provide, we are also likely to collect information regarding the use of cloud Services, through the corresponding software. For example, we might collect:
Information collected from third parties
It is possible that we receive information about you through public and commercially available sources (in accordance to the legislation), which we are likely to combine with other information we receive from you. We are also likely to receive information about you through third party social networking services, when you opt to connect with these services. More specifically, based on the current collaboration with third parties, we receive information that you have published and/or consented, from the following companies:
Other Information we collect
We may also collect other information about you, your device or the use of services in ways we describe at the collection point or otherwise with your consent. You may choose not to provide us with certain types of information, but if you do, it may affect your ability to use certain Services.
Cookies are small text files that are stored in the users’ browser when they visit a site. Information stored on the user’s computer may contain information such as the pages visited, the date and time of the visit as well as a random and unique identification number. By using cookies, the site can store useful browsing information, as well as, read this information to provide a unified browsing experience to the visitor.
By registering your email in our newsletter recipients list, you explicitly provide to INFORMATION SYSTEMS IMPACT S.M.S.A.. and its subsidiaries, your consent to register and hold your personal details, and receive in your email address newsletters about our new offers and services.
Your email will only be used by Impact and will not be disclosed to third parties even if the newsletter relates to products and/or services of third parties and/or affiliates with which Impact maintains commercial cooperation.
With the submission of your email, you will receive an automated email, with which you will be informed that you have given your consent to send this newsletter.
Your consent statement will be respected for as long as you receive the newsletter from Impact and, in any case, no more than six months after opting out. You can withdraw your consent at any time by following the link that you will find at the footer of each newsletter.
You have the right to access, correct, delete, transfer, limit the processing, oppose/withdraw your consent, by applying to Impact at the email address: isimpact@Impact.gr.
In case you believe that the processing of your personal data is in violation of our privacy laws, you may file a complaint with the Data Protection Authority of your resident country.
For any questions regarding the processing of your personal data and the exercise of your rights, you may contact us.
We may use the information we collect, for the following purposes:
We will not share your information with third parties for their own independent business purposes or marketing purposes without your consent.
However, we may disclose your information to the following entities:
We have taken reasonable, physical and technical means to protect the information we collect in relevance to our Services. However, take into consideration that -even though we take reasonable means for the protection of your personal information- no website, no transmission over the Internet, and no computer system is totally safe.
According to the legislation, you are entitled to request details of the information we collect and to correct inaccuracies of this information. Any further legitimate user rights remain unaffected. If permitted by law, we may charge you a small fee for providing this feature after the first time it is offered for free. We may refuse to proceed with requests that are unreasonably repeated, require disproportionate technical effort, jeopardize the privacy of others, are extremely impractical or involve access not otherwise required by domestic law. If you would like to request access to your information, please refer to either the “Contact” section
(at https://www.impact.gr/en/#section-11/) or contact us by phone at +30 211 10 22222, or by email at isimpact@Impact.gr daily from Monday to Friday (09:00 – 17:00).
We take reasonable steps to ensure that your information is retained only for as long as necessary, for the purpose for which it is collected, or for as long as required by contract or under any applicable law. In any case, the data remains in our electronic database for at least 50 months and is deleted or renewed upon your request.
If you sign in with a social networking service, we may receive and store authentication information from that service to enable you to log in as well as any other information you may receive when you connect to those services.
The trademarks that appear in this website are copyrighted and constitute intellectual property of INFORMATION SYSTEMS IMPACT S.M.S.A.. For more information, please contact Impact’s Marketing Office at isimpact@Impact.gr. All third-party product names listed on the website are identified as trademarks of their respective owners.
Software piracy is the unauthorized use of a computer program, including its installation, reproduction, copying and distribution.
In the European Union, there is legislative regulation on the use of illegal software. To learn more about software piracy and the legal framework, how to protect and the control tools, visit www.bsa.org.
The present policy may be modified. In this case, the last renewal date at the end of this text will also be renewed. When it comes to meaningful changes of the text, you will be notified through a noticeable announcement on our website.
4 April 2023