Privacy and cookie statement
When the Global Risk Management server transmits information to your computer, it happens on request from your computer.
The request contains the address of your computer (the IP number) and in most cases also the manufacture and version of your internet-browser.
Additionally, your username for your own computer is sometimes submitted.
How we use the collected information
The collected information is used for statistical purposes in order to enhance the usability of the website.
In order to make the website as user-friendly as possible, the Global Risk Management website transmits small pieces of information for storage on the computers of the visitors (cookies). Even if your internet browser does not accept cookies, you will still be able to use the website.
Other than for statistical purposes, the information you or your computer transmit to Global Risk Management in connection with the use of this website will not be used without your prior consent and will not be sold or in any other way transferred to a third party.
When using this website to contact us for further marketing material, the personal information given to us will consequently be used solely to provide you with the requested material.
Access to the collected information
We will at all times comply with your request to have the information we have collected on you deleted or rectified if such information is incorrect or misleading.
Additionally, you have the right to be informed of the collected information reltated to your person that is in our possessio
The website is provided and operated by A/S Global Risk Management Ltd., Strandvejen 7, DK-5500 Middelfart, Denmark
A cookie is a digiatl data package which the website stores in your browser. It is used to identify your computer when you return to the site. Cookies enable us to personalise our website for you and thus improve user benefits. No personal information is stored in our cookies and they do not contain virus.
When you visit the website or one of its subpages, you give your consent to Global Risk Management or a third party to set up cookies on your computer oa any other device you use to access the website, and you allow us subsequent access to these cookies.
If you wish to withdraw your consent and no longer wish to receive cookies from www.global-riskmanagement.com you can delete cookies.
How to delete cookies
Click http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering for full instructions (in Danish) as to how to delete cookies from your computer or any device you use to access the Internet.
The instructions also describe how to set your Internet browser up to disable cookies if you want to avoid receiving cookies from websites in the future. Please note that if you choose to disable cookies, you will have only limited use of our website and some of its functions will not be available to you.
We use services provided by Google to create statistical data about the use of our website, including which pages are visited, how long visits last, etc. We use Google Analytics for these purposes. Opt out of Google Analytics cookies here: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Protection of personal information
In accordance with the Act on Processing of Personal Data, your personal information must be stored safely and confidentially. We store your personal information on computers that are protected from unauthorised access. These computers are located in secure environments and our security measures are constantly monitored to determine whether user data is processed responsibly and with consistent focus on your consumer rights. However, as there is always the risk that unauthorised persons may gain access to information that is electronically transferred and stored, we cannot guarantee complete security in connection with data transfer via the Internet. This means that you give us access to your personal information at your own risk.
The rapid development of the Internet means it may be necessary to change the methods we use to process personal information. Therefore we reserve the right to update and amend the present guidelines for processing personal information. In this event, we will of course change the "last revised" date at the bottom of the page. In the event that we make significant changes, we will inform you of these by posting a clearly visible message on our websites.
In pursuance of the Act on Processing of Personal Data, and to the extent that your personal information is processed, you are entitled to know exactly which information pertains to you. Should it transpire that the information or data processed that pertains to you is incorrect or misleading, you are entitled to demand that it is corrected, deleted or disabled. You may object to the processing of your personal information at any time. You may also withdraw your consent at any time. You can complain about how your personal information and data are processed. Complaints should be sent to: Danish Data Protection Agency, cf. Act on Processing of Personal Data, Section 58 (1).