Privacy Policy

Data protection policy

Data protection is one of our major concerns.

Also, Concepteo is committed to complying with existing privacy and personal data protection legislation and, in particular, the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Respect ingegood ingoning the use of your data is part of our DNA and, as such:

  • we don’t market your data,
  • we host your data in the European Union,
  • we protect your data by ensuring its confidentiality,
  • we only collect the necessary data,
  • we have appointed a DPO (Data Protection Officer),
  • we’re updating our treatment registry,
  • we raise awareness of the RGPD.

The purpose of this privacy policy (‘Privacy Policy’) is therefore for you:

  • enable you to communicate your personal information with confidence and confidentiality,
  • inform ingies of the data processing purposes collected by Concepteo,
  • and in general, enlighten you about your personal data rights.


Who are we?

This website (‘website’) is managed by: Concepteo, registered under the number SIREN 788 858 512, headquartered at 47 rue de Cuire, 69004 Lyon (‘Concepteo’).

Concepteo has appointed a personal data protection delegate who can be contacted at Concepteo, 47 rue de Cuire, 69004 Lyon or via the contact form of this site.

When do we collect personal data?

We collect your personal data in the following main cases to:

  • make it easier to navigate our website,
  • any form you fill out on our website or leave a comment,
  • sign up for our newsletter,
  • Receive information about our products and services
  • any correspondence with us by phone, email, social networks, forum or any other means.

The mandatory or optional nature of personal data is indicated as well as the possible consequences in the event of a failure to respond.

If you are a minor and have passed on personal data about you, you guarantee to have obtained prior authorization from one of your parents, Concepteo absolving yourself of any responsibility in the event that such authorization does not was obtained. All parents and guardians are encouraged to encourage responsible and prudent behaviour on the part of minors when disclosing their personal data.

What personal data do we collect?

As part of our activities, Concepteo is likely to collect the following personal data from you:

Identification data:

  • civility/name/first name/
  • Country
  • Email
  • postal address,
  • Phone number

Connection data:

  • address IP,
  • browsing history,
  • tour route,
  • operating system,
  • information about the devices from which you go to the website, etc.

Location data

  • geographical position

For what purposes is this personal data collected?

Concepteo has to process your personal data for several reasons:

  • Track, execute and manage your contract,
  • provide you with information or provide services as part of our advisory services,
  • respond to your requests or solicitations,
  • improve our services and our website.

How is my personal data protected?

Concepteo is committed to ensuring the security of the data you transmit. In order to prevent unauthorized access, use, modification, destruction, loss, damage or disclosure, appropriate technical and organizational measures have been taken to protect the data collected.

In particular, your data is secure:

  • user access control: all
    of our work tools are secured using passwords and identifiers.
    They are also located in locked offices inaccessible to the public.
  • limiting access to your data to only those who are empowered and sensitized.

To whom is my personal data addressed?

Personal information collected by Concepteo is not sold to third parties. However, we may share personal data collected with other entities for statistical purposes only.

How long is my personal data stored?

The data can only be kept for a limited period, this period is determined according to the purpose of the treatment and rules derived from CNIL recommendations or determined according to regulatory obligations.

Thus, the data used for prospecting and commercial information is kept three years after the last contact at the customer’s initiative or the end of the contractual relationship.

The data necessary to manage your contract and related services is retained for the duration of your contract and until the expiry of the applicable statute of limitations or in accordance with the rules of retention of documents Accounting.

What are my rights?

You have the right to access your personal data, to modify it, to erase it, to be forgotten by Concepteo, to limit the processing of your data, to receive personal data about you, provided to Concepteo, in a structured format , frequently used and machine-readable, and, for legitimate reasons, to object to the processing of personal data. When the treatment is based on your consent, you also have the right to withdraw it.

These rights can be exercised at any time by writing to Concepteo, 47 rue de Cuire, 69004 Lyon or using the contact form of this site.

You also have the right to lodge a claim with the CNIL or a data protection authority of a Member State of the European Union and to set post-mortem guidelines.

Regarding the treatment implemented to ensure appropriate surveillance of the risks of money laundering and terrorist financing, under Article L.561-45 of the Monetary and Financial Code, your requests for access to these files should be addressed to the National Commission for Information Technology and Freedoms – 3 Place de Fontenoy, 75007 Paris.

When it comes to commercial exploration, you can choose to stop receiving commercial prospecting at any time by using the churn link in the message or by contacting us via the contact form of this site.

Links to third-party sites

Concepteo’s website, newsletters and other communications may contain links to and from third-party websites or social networks. If you click on a link to any of these websites, please note that these websites have their own privacy policy and we do not accept any responsibility for these policies.





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