Accenture only collects personal information about you if it is necessary to achieve the objectives set out in this Privacy Policy. A subcontractor is a third-party data processor mandated by Zendesk, including Zendesk Group companies, that can access or process service data (which may contain personal data). Zendesk engages in different types of subprocessors to perform different functions, as explained in the following tables. 8.1 All comments, requests and requests regarding our use of your data are welcome and should be fjord.marketing@accenture.com. Accenture may process the following personal data: The personal data processed by Accenture, as described in this privacy policy, comes from personal data that you transmitted as part of your use of the site. And the privacy of the customer`s personal data and the physical processing of the data on behalf of the processing manager – mainly on May 25, 2018 came into force the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPRs)1. It is a regulation on the organisation of data protection legislation throughout the European Union (EU) and the protection and strengthening of the data protection rights of individuals in the EU. The RGPD is working to reorganise the way companies tackle data protection, with a particular emphasis on accountability, extending the scope of EU data protection obligations, increasing individual rights and imposing substantial fines for non-compliance. You can exercise your right to prevent marketing communications by checking certain boxes on the forms we use to collect your personal data or by using opt-out mechanisms in the emails we send you. You may exercise their right to disconnect or interrupt your marketing communications or to have your personal data removed from our Customer Relationship Management (CRM) databases at any time, referring to support@accentureacademy.com. In such cases, we keep minimal personal data to keep in mind that you have opted out to avoid reconnecting with you. The RGPD calls for tighter controls on data protection (including outside the EU), which hosts, processes or exchanges the data of an EU citizen, and must be compliant with the RGPD. What sensitive personal data can Accenture access? As a general rule, we do not seek to collect sensitive personal data on this site.

The term “personal sensitive data” refers to the different categories of personal data considered to be particularly treated under EU law and other data protection laws, including the need for explicit consent.