Privacy and cookie policy

Privacy policy

Your privacy is important to us at Valitive. To make our information concerning how we process your personal data clearer and more transparent, we have broken down our privacy policy into various parts. Which part of the privacy policy is applicable to you will depend on whether you are visiting our website or have contacted us at Valitive in some way. Each section of the privacy policy describes in more detail what personal data we hold and how we use it. You will also find information about your rights and how to exercise these. For information on cookies, please see our cookie policy below.


Website privacy policy

This privacy policy explains how personal data may be stored and processed when you use our website.

Valitive is the data controller with responsibility for all personal data. You can contact our data protection officer at Our company information, telephone number.

Personal data – definition and what we record

Personal data is any data that can be used either individually or together with other information to identify, contact or locate an individual, or to find an individual in a particular context.

When you visit our website you may be asked to enter your name, email address, telephone number, company name, reference number, or other information to help us process your visit more efficiently.

Please note that the information you give us will be recorded. We, therefore, ask you to be cautious about providing sensitive personal data and not to provide information that falls within the General Data Protection Regulation’s definition of special categories of personal data, such as data that discloses health, race or ethnic origin, or political views.

Our product and service offerings are not aimed at children.

Personal data – how we collect it

We collect your personal data:

  • when you provide us with your contact details when requesting information about our products or services, regardless of whether the request is made using the order form on this website, by telephone, or at a physical meeting
  • when you provide us with your contact details by email
  • when you download documents from our website
  • when you register for one of our events or seminars (including webinars)
  • from open, public sources, e.g. LinkedIn or company websites.

Personal data – how we use it

We may use the information we collected about you when you answered a survey or responded to marketing communication, navigated on our website or used its functions, for the purposes described below.

  • To track your use of our websites, e.g. so that we can personalise your website visit and provide the content and product offers that best meet your interests and needs, (see our cookie policy for more information). Our data processing is based then on your consent.
  • So that we can reply to requests and orders and/or provide the services ordered, including responding to your enquiries. So that we can send out marketing material, surveys or other website material and so that we can follow up with you following enquiries by email or phone. Our data processing is based on contract or agreement and on balancing our legitimate interests with the interests of the sender of the enquiry and of our customers, suppliers and business partners.
  • To request ratings and reviews of products and services. Our data processing is based on balancing our legitimate interests with the interests of our customers, suppliers and business partners.
  • To send out invitations. Our data processing is based on your consent. If you are a customer of ours or work for one of our customers, our data processing is based on balancing our legitimate interests with the interests of our customers, suppliers and business partners.


Important: Communicating by email always has security and confidentiality risks. In these respects, an email message is like a postcard. You should therefore not send email messages containing sensitive data or something that you would not want an unauthorised person to read.

Storage of and access to personal data

Your personal data is stored in secure networks and only a few people – who have special access permissions and a duty of confidentiality – have access to it. All sensitive information/creditworthiness information that you provide is also encrypted using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology.

We also implement a range of security measures when a user enters, sends or reads their information, in order to maintain the security of your personal data.

Disclosure of personal data to third parties

We do not sell, exchange or otherwise transfer your personal data to outside parties. This does not apply, however, to website hosts or other partners whose services we use to operate our website, maintain our business operations, fulfil service commitments and perform services for our users, provided that these parties undertake to treat the personal data as confidential. We may also disclose information when required to do so by law or in order to uphold our website policy or to safeguard the rights, property or security of ourselves or others.

Information on your visit that is not personally identifiable may, however, be provided to outside parties for marketing and advertising purposes or for other purposes. Such information is collected only if you have given your consent; please see our cookie policy for more information.

We do not include or offer third-party products or services on our website.

Storage period for personal data

We store personal data only for as long as it is needed for our purposes. The storage period for personal data varies depending on the purpose for which we are using it.

The data subject’s rights

You have a number of rights under the General Data Protection Regulation.

  • Access: You have the right to find out what personal data we have stored about you and the right to know the purposes for which we use this personal data. We may ask you to verify your identity when you request information in accordance with this right. When we receive such a request we respond as soon as we can and at the latest within one calendar month.
  • Rectification: You have the right to have inaccurate or incomplete personal data concerning you corrected or supplemented.
  • Erasure: You have the right to have your personal data erased. We assess requests for erasure on a case-by-case basis and respond as soon as we can and at the latest within one calendar month. If you hold the copyright for any content at Valitive and want this content erased, please let us know.
  • Restriction: You have the right to request that the processing of your personal data is restricted in certain cases; for example, if you believe that the data is inaccurate or if you disagree that we have a legitimate interest in processing the data.

If you wish to exercise any of these rights, please contact us at

External links

Please note that if you use the links to leave our website and go to another website, or request a service from a third party, this policy ceases to apply as soon as you have left this website. Your activity on other websites is subject to the rules and policy of that website.

Objections to our processing of your personal data

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any objections to how we process your personal data! Contact us at

You can also contact the data protection authority in your country.


Cookie policy

A cookie is a small data file that a web server saves on the website visitor’s computer. Cookies are used to store information that is then transferred to the web server when you (re)visit the website from the computer on which the cookie is stored. Cookies also contain a timestamp indicating when they will stop working. More information on timestamping and expiration dates can be found in the section “Temporary and permanent cookies”.

Cookie categories

Cookies can be split into different categories. Four categories are used on Valitive’s website:

Strictly necessary

Cookies in this category are required in order to use the website, e.g. for activating website navigation and other basic functions. Without these cookies, the website cannot function as it should. The purpose of the cookie is therefore to allow the website to work properly. Processing cookies in the Strictly necessary category is based on our legitimate interest.


Preferences cookies allow websites to remember information that changes the way the website behaves or looks, such as your preferred language or the region where you are located. The data is collected for the purpose of making the website more user-friendly so that it remembers your preferences. This category is used only if you have given your consent.


Cookies in this category collect anonymous information that helps the website owner get an overview of how visitors are using the website. The data is collected for the purpose of analysing behaviour on the website so that the site can be improved. This category is used only if you have given your consent.


Cookies in this category are used to track visitors between different websites. The aim is to display ads that the user finds relevant and interesting, making them more valuable to their publishers and to third party advertisers. This category is used only if you have given your consent.

Temporary and permanent cookies

  • Temporary cookies
    A temporary cookie, also known as a session cookie, is only stored on the computer temporarily, for as long as the website visit lasts. Temporary cookies are normally deleted by the browser when it is closed. Unlike permanent cookies, temporary cookies have no timestamp with an expiration date – which is how browsers tell temporary and permanent cookies apart.
  • Permanent cookies
    A permanent cookie, also known as a persistent cookie, is not deleted when the browser is closed. Instead, it is saved permanently on the computer, either until its expiration date or until a specified period of time has passed. For as long as the cookie is stored, the information it contains will be sent to the server each time you visit the website to which the cookie belongs and each time you view from another website a resource belonging to the website to which the cookie belongs (for example, when you click on an ad). Permanent cookies are used to record and store surfing habits over a lengthy period and to save users’ login details so that the user does not have to enter them each time they visit.

Your control over cookies

If you do not want to accept all cookies, you can choose which ones you want to allow. This is done either on your first visit to the website or by selecting “Cookie settings” at the bottom of the web page. By default all our cookies are turned off, so you can make your own choice as to which cookies you want to allow. By allowing selectable cookies you give your consent to the processing. You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time, which you can do by changing the cookies you have allowed.

Regarding the processing of personal data

For more information concerning how we process personal data, please see our privacy policy. You can also contact us at if you have any questions or comments.