Privacy and Trust Center
Welcome to the Privacy and Trust Center.
We care about our customer’s privacy and wish to make it easier for them to learn about their rights and easily exercise them. All in one place.
You can exercise your privacy rights through your account with Avanquest or by submitting a form via email (email@example.com) or directly from you account. When submitting a request, please include sufficient information about the request, the related service, and the data subject to allow us to verify you and process your request within the applicable regulation’s timeframe. Note that we may ask for additional information during the request process.If you unsubscribe from our service, we may still send transactional emails related to purchases or product downloads. Additionally, the time frame for us to respond to your request may depend on your resident region. For example, if you are an EEA resident, we are obliged to reply within 30 days, and if you are a California resident, we may reply within up to 45 days.
Avanquest has implemented a range of technical and organizational measures to safeguard personal information. These measures include regular security updates and patches, access controls, permission settings, encryption during transmission and storage, regular backup and recovery procedures, and employee training. These measures are designed to maintain the highest possible level of security for personal information and to continuously improve data protection practices. Our aim is to ensure that personal information is kept safe and secure from unauthorized access or interception.
At Avanquest, we believe in giving our customers full ownership and control over their collected data. You have complete control over any required retention periods as dictated by law. We will keep your data for as long as you don’t request us to delete it or until we discover it was unlawfully collected (such as if we learn you are a minor), and only if no legal exemptions apply.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a comprehensive data protection law that was introduced by the European Union (EU) in May 2018. It applies to all EU member states and regulates the processing of personal data by organizations within the EU, as well as organizations outside the EU that offer goods or services to individuals within the EU. The GDPR aims to protect the privacy rights of individuals by setting out specific requirements for how personal data must be processed, stored, and protected by organizations. It also gives individuals certain rights over their personal data, such as the right to access, rectify, and delete their data, and the right to object to its processing under certain circumstances.
Personal data under GDPR is any information that relates to an identified or identifiable natural person, also known as a data subject. This can include a person’s name, address, email address, phone number, date of birth, identification number, location data, IP address, or any other data that can be used to identify the person. It can also include sensitive personal data such as racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, genetic data, biometric data, health data, or sexual orientation. The GDPR applies to the processing of personal data that is carried out by organizations within the EU, as well as organizations outside the EU that offer goods or services to individuals within the EU.