La Société MavTek Inc. (“MavTek”) puts the highest priority on the security and privacy of the personal data of the people who contact us, who visit our website, or who, for any reason, This Data Privacy and Security Policy, intended for our website visitors, is a crucial aspect of our commitment to adhere to the provisions of Quebec's Law 25, the Act respecting the protection of personal information in the private sector. The purpose of this policy is to detail our reasons for data collection, its timing, and its subsequent use. Furthermore, this policy guides you on how to access and, if necessary, rectify your personal data.
Application and Scope
This Policy outlines MavTek's practices related to the collection, use, and disclosure of Personal Information. It is applicable to our website users ("Users") and defines how we handle personal information of individuals interacting with us via the website and our usage of cookies and related technologies.
We strictly adhere to data protection standards, anti-spam regulations, and best industry practices. We rigorously follow the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and Quebec's Law 25. As regulations and best practices change, we continuously update our approaches to stay aligned.
Personal Information and Data Collection Practices
We collect personal information shared by users for direct communication or job applications. For details on data management during job applications, see our Candidate Privacy Notice. "Personal information" refers to data that identifies an individual, such as names or email addresses. Outside of job applications, we don't typically collect personal information. However, we gather and analyze non-identifiable, aggregated data. This data may be shared with third parties for business insights and strategy. This policy focuses only on our website interactions and doesn't cover offline data collections or other MavTek digital platforms. While our site may link to third-party platforms, MavTek isn't responsible for their content or data practices. Users should review the privacy policies of any external platforms they visit.
Cookies and Tracking
Types of Cookies
Strictly Necessary Cookies: Essential for website browsing. They ensure compliance with standards, store your settings, and present content in the appropriate format and language.
Analytics Cookies: Track website usage, unique visitors, and page visits. They provide insights into our site's performance by recording browsing data, user actions, and identifying technical issues.
Preference Cookies: Enhance user experience by remembering preferences such as language and theme selections.
Outlined below is a table detailing the cookies our website may deploy, their purpose, persistence, and whether they are strictly necessary or serve other functions:
This table is illustrative. Regularly reviewing our policy will keep you updated on any changes in our cookie usage.
Privacy Policies of Other Websites
This Policy pertains only to MavTek. Websites accessible from our website have their own privacy policies and data collection, use and disclosure practices.
Sharing and Transferring of Personal Information
MavTek doesn't sell personal information. We may share information when legally required or as specified in this Policy. We retain your data and don't trade or distribute it. IT subcontractors, such as those managing our client relations or statistical services, might process your data. They adhere to the same regulations as MavTek. We ensure our suppliers and partners meet strict data privacy and protection standards.
Security of Personal Information
We commit to safeguarding personal information in line with industry standards. Our comprehensive security measures include administrative, technical, and physical precautions, malware protection, encryption, regular updates, and strict access control.
Training and Supervision
MavTek emphasizes employee training to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of the data we manage.
In the event of a data breach or incident compromising personal information, MavTek will swiftly initiate investigations and corrective actions to mitigate its impact and prevent future occurrences. Affected individuals will be promptly notified if the breach is believed to pose a significant risk to them, detailing the nature and scope of the breach, the involved data, potential repercussions, and our remedial measures. We will report the breach to both the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada and the Commission d’accès à l’information du Québec within required legal timeframes. Associated third-party organizations will also be informed. Furthermore, MavTek will document all data breaches, irrespective of notification necessity.
Right of Access and Rectification
Users have the right to access, correct, and even delete their personal information. Concerns regarding this or any data practices can be directed to MavTek’s customer service. Users can also reach out to Quebec’s Commission d’accès à l’information for grievances.
We retain personal information only for durations necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or as required by law.
Cross-Border Data Transfer
Your personal data may be stored or processed on servers outside of Quebec, including other Canadian provinces, the United States, or the European Union. We ensure that these regions maintain adequate data protection laws.
Our Data Protection Officer is responsible for upholding and overseeing our compliance with Law 25 and other data protection laws
Concerns regarding this Policy or our data handling practices can be directed to Gianfranco Salerno, MavTek’s Data Protection Officer, at DPO@mavtek.com. Our Data Protection Officer will respond within legal time limits. If not satisfied, users can contact Quebec’s Commission d’accès à l’information.
MavTek will periodically revise this Policy to reflect regulatory updates, technological advancements, and user feedback.