This policy shall apply to information and personal data which may be collected on the www.ides.bg website by the Institute of Certified Public Accountants (ICPA), having UIC 121131534 and address at 22, Iskar Street, Sofia 1000, phone: + 359 2 9500777. By registering on the website and completing the subscription form, you give your consent to accept the practices described in this Confidentiality Statement and to provide to ICPA correct and true information. ICPA is committed to complying with and respecting your wishes as to the information which we collect about you on our website.
The information and personal data which we get to know from you help us in the customization and continuous improvement of your use of our website, i.e. ides.bg. Your personal data which you provide to us shall be safely stored in our data base and may only be used by ICPA to achieve the specified objectives or provided to competent persons duly authorized by law. ICPA commits itself not to use or provide your data for marketing purposes. The publicly available (external) website only uses the e-mail address provided by the visitor in relation to the subscription for website information.
The internal (for proprietary use) website uses data about Institute members needed for the organizational activities of the Institute. This data is only accessible by Institute’s members and staff in accordance with their authorization and terms of reference.
The purpose of personal data processing by ICPA in relation to the operation of its website is to optimize communications, improve procedures, information and other messages, as well as to comply with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) No 2016/679 of 27 April 2016, as adopted by the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission, and other relevant legislation.
All personal data provided is protected. Access to personal data is limited only to the individuals specifically authorized by ICPA. ICPA maintains data protection standards and procedures in respect of the unauthorized access to information about users to prevent unauthorized removal or alteration of data. ICPA complies with the adopted data protection standards, including the use of encryption and SSL services.
You have, at any time, the right to request from ICPA: to provide access to your personal data, to rectify or erase incorrect data, to correct personal data, to restrict personal data processing or the processing of an item, to request portability of personal data, to lodge a complaint with a supervisor or the Commission for Personal Data Protection (if you presume that your legal rights or interests have been infringed). You also have the right to be notified by ICPA in the case of a personal data breach (or a higher risk of a personal data breach) which affect your personal interests.
Your consent with personal data processing by ICPA shall be valid and ICPA shall keep your personal data throughout the entire period of the existence of your account on the website, unless you have withdrawn your consent earlier, as described herein. If your personal data cannot be erased, access to your data shall be restricted to the extent possible.
Rules concerning Electronic Mail
Unless as provided for in this Policy, ICPA shall not sell, share or disseminate in any other way your e-mail address which has been provided to us or collected otherwise through the use of this website. Each e-mail address provided directly to ICPA shall remain ICPA property. If you do not want to receive any e-mails from ICPA in the future, please inform us contacting us via e-mail.
Like most websites, we use “cookies”, i.e. data provided on your browser which allow our website to identify you when you have access to it. If you have any concerns about the implications of “cookies” on your personal data, it is important to understand that “cookies” cannot extract information about you which you have not voluntarily disclosed.