We ensure that personal data collection and processing are conducted in accordance with the requirements of the Swiss data protection legislation. In all areas concerning online offers, we employ comprehensive resources and take organizational measures for the protection of unauthorized access, manipulations and data loss.
Information access to our public websites. In principle, a request for information on our public websites needs no prior identification of the visitor. For statistical purposes and to optimize our offers, access devices technical data can be recorded and processed. This concerns the following specifications:
- Date and time of the website request
- Browser type, version and language settings used and the operating system installed
- Display size in the display equipment installed
- IP-Address of the terminal or internet access
If you visit third parties’ websites via links on https://www.sentrax.com you leave our sphere of influence and thus the scope of application of this directive.
Communication of personal data in the public domain
By freely informing us of your personal data, e.g. through entries in a questionnaire or an order form, you consent to the storage and processing of your data. The data will be kept inaccessible to third parties. The use of the data collected will be restricted to absolutely necessary information and used and stored only for processing the required procedure. Passing on to other persons or organizations will not occur without your express consent.
Use of websites in the private sector
We offer our customers access (via Login) to personal data and related services. Use of these services takes place in accordance with the terms and conditions published on https://www.sentrax.com
Communication via email
If you use one of our published email addresses to contact us, you explicitly authorize us to reply to you via the same canal to the sender address or another address provided. Emails will be sent unencrypted via the public internet and are possibly accessible, visible and easy to manipulate by third parties. Email communication is therefore not suitable for conveying confidential information.