Data protection on ‚swiss-isa.ch‘.
We, the co-operation partners of the “Swiss Internet Security Alliance” (called “SIS” hereafter) take the protection of your personal data very seriously and strictly adhere to data protection rules. The explanation below will provide you with an overview of how we safeguard this protection. In particular, we would like to explain to you as a visitor to our website what type of data we collect, why we do so, how we use these data, and how you can decide over how your personal data are handled at any time.
II. Surfing on swiss-isa.ch
The website hosting provider automatically and temporarily collects and stores information in its server log files which your browser leaves behind while you are surfing this site, and every time you retrieve a file. Your computer sends this type of information to any operator whose website you visit. Some examples for information stored and analysed are your Internet Protocol Address (IP address) connecting your computer to the Internet; and information about computer and connection to the Internet, such as browser type and version, plug-ins and operating system. In particular, the following details are stored about every access/retrieval:
Browser type/version, operating system used, IP address of computer accessing content, date and time of server request, page called up/name of file retrieved, data volume transferred, times accessed and number of downloads, report on whether access/retrieval was successful. Our pages do not employ cookies or any other technologies serving to track our users’ access behaviour. We do not collate the above data with other data sources. All IP addresses stored will also be deleted every month once they have been analysed for statistical and security-related reasons.
III. Your rights
You are entitled to enquire about the data stored about yourself, their origin and recipient, and the purpose of storing them, at any time. In addition, you are entitled to request the deletion or blocking of your data and their correction at any time. Please address your concerns to our Data Protection Officer via the contact form. You can also send us a letter.
IV. Transfer to third parties
Data collected by us are not sold. We only pass on the information we receive to third parties to the extent described below: