Privacy Statement

Ctac firmly believes that the protection of the personal privacy of its clients and visitors of its websites is of crucial importance for its activities. Therefore, the personal information of clients and visitors is treated and secured with the utmost care.

Personal information processing
Personal information is requested at a number of locations on this website. Such is the case when you use our (interactive) services, make your interest known, or otherwise have contact with Ctac. Personal information is information that can identify individual persons, such as a telephone number, email address, stated interests or contact information.

All data provided to Ctac will be considered confidential information and, unless explicitly mentioned otherwise, will not be shared with third parties by Ctac, unless required by law or demanded by the judicial authorities. Ctac strives to process and manage the personal information that you provide while visiting Ctac’s website in such a way that your privacy is protected and ensured.

Furthermore, for online applications, information such as name, address, telephone number, CV and other information is requested, which is relevant to Ctac for processing an application. The data that you submit in such a case will be collected, saved and used to respond to your request or to assess your application.

Your email address
If you have provided your email address, e.g. to receive a newsletter, this address can be used to inform you as a client about similar Ctac products and services relevant and interesting for you. If you no longer wish to receive such information, you may opt out at any moment.

Cookies
Besides personal information, Ctac also uses ‘cookies’. A cookie is a small file which is saved on your hard drive by a server, and is only recognised by the server which saved the cookie. A cookie allows our server to see that you have returned to a certain page on our site. A cookie does not register any personal information such as name, address, telephone number, email address or other data that may personally identify you.

We use cookies or similar means in order to collect information during your visit to our website, such as your IP address (a number assigned to your computer when you are online), and the date and time of your visit to the site. Data collected by a cookie can be used for statistics concerning the site, in order to evaluate the overall usage of the website, anonymously and in aggregate.

How can you refuse cookies?
You always have the right to refuse cookies. To do this, you can configure your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox) so that all cookies, or only specific cookies, are refused (please refer to your browser’s help for further information). If you refuse cookies, it is possible that certain services will not be available to you.

Ctac and other websites
The Ctac website contains a number of hyperlinks to other websites. Ctac, however, can accept no responsibility for the way in which those sites handle your information. Please refer to the privacy statement of the site you are visiting, if available.

Modifications
These conditions, and any disputes or claims arising from or connected to the conditions, are governed by Dutch law. Ctac reserves the right to modify this privacy statement. These modifications will be immediately applicable after being published on the Website.

    This website uses first party cookies that only collect anonymous data on the use of the website. Ctac makes use of the information that first party analytical cookies can provide, such as anonymous statistics, in order to improve the usability its website. Ctac does not share this information with third parties.