What is the data used for?
The collected personal data from the site www.axeria-prevoyance.fr is handled by computer processing in order to respond to your contact requests or complaints. You will find specific information about the purposes of data processing and the data retention periods on the website’s pages on which you furnish your data.
Who accesses the data?
Within Axeria Prévoyance’s departments, only those who need to review the data in the context of their missions have access to it.
Depending on the purposes, the data are transmitted to the following organizations:
The management delegates, the reinsurers, the mediator and the authorities legally authorized to handle your claims.
The services providers involved in data processing, strictly within the context of their missions, for example the IT service provider.
Where is the data processed?
The data is processed in the European Union’s territory.
How long is the data used?
The data is kept during your contract term and your insurance claims, then during the statutory limitation periods.
What are your rights?
In accordance with the provisions of EU Regulation no. 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 about data protection, you have the right of access, rectification and erasure (of inaccurate, incomplete, erroneous or out-of-date data or the data processing of which would be unlawful), objection, restriction of processing (in the cases provided for by law) and portability (in the cases provided for by law) of the data concerning you, as well as the right to define the instructions relating to the retention, erasure and communication of this data after your death.
You can exercise your rights by approaching to the Data Protection of Axeria Prévoyance, neither by post to: Axeria Prévoyance – DPO 90, Avenue Félix Faure – 69439 Lyon cedex 03 or by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org, it should include a proof of your identity. Users may submit a complaint online or by post to the French Data Protection Authority (Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés) if they believe that their rights are being violated after interacting with the Data Protection Officer.