The Cardiomatics.com portal is run by Cardiomatics spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością based in Kraków at ul. Wojciecha Weissa 7 lok. C1, 31-339 Kraków, Poland, entered in the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register kept by the District Court for Kraków-Śródmieście in Kraków, 11th Commercial Division of the National Court Register, under number KRS: 0000560887, REGON: 361659943, NIP: 6772389521 (hereinafter: “Cardiomatics”).
What information about portal users is collected and used by Cardiomatics?
Cardiomatics uses the information contained in system logs (e.g. IP address) for technical and server administration purposes. This is done on the usual rules for calls made on the Internet. In addition, IP addresses are used to collect general statistical demographic information (e.g. about the region from which the connection is made).
In order to use the main functions of Cardiomatics, you must register, which requires filling in a form and providing, among other things, information enabling contact with the user (e.g. e-mail address) and the use of the portal’s functionalities. Cardiomatics will then also process your personal data related to your use of the portal within the framework of your account. Details on the processing of personal data can be found here.
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Yes, via the web browser you are using, Cardiomatics can store text files (so-called “cookies”) on the hard drive of your computer or another device (tablet, smartphone). Cookies contain information necessary for the proper functioning of the portal, in particular for activities requiring authorization. However, they do not affect your computer in any way – they do not make any configuration changes to the device (computer) or the software installed on it.
What are cookies stored for?
Cardiomatics stores “cookies” on users’ computers for the following purposes:
to maintain the user session (once logged in), so you don’t have to enter your username and password on every page and every time you want to open the Cardiomatics website again;
to adjust the website to the users’ needs;
to draw up statistics in order to be able to improve its functioning.
The content of cookies alone does not allow the user to be identified. Storing and using them is therefore not processing of your personal data. However, these files, or some of the information contained in them in combination with other information concerning you held by Cardiomatics, e.g. after you have created an account and logged in, may be personal data. In this case, the rules on personal data will apply to the processing of cookies (see here).
Does storing cookies require your consent?
Yes, your consent is required for that. According to the legal regulations, such consent can be given by using the appropriate settings of your browser. So if your browser allows for storing cookies, Cardiomatics can do so.
Is it possible to block Cardiomatics from storing cookies?
Yes, you can configure your web browser in such a way that it will completely disable the possibility of storing cookies on your computer’s or another device’s (tablet, smartphone) hard drive. You can also delete or modify saved cookies.
However, if you change, delete or block the storage of cookies, you may not be able to use some of the Cardiomatics’ website functions (e.g. login, photo preview), some data may be displayed incorrectly and you may lose your preferred website settings.
To manage your cookie settings, select the web browser you are using from the list below and follow the instructions:
How and what kind of cookies does Cardiomatics use?
Cardiomatics may use the following types of cookies:
session cookies – automatically deleted when you close your web browser;
permanent cookies – they are stored in the device for a certain period of time;
own cookies – set by the Cardiomatics system;
third party cookies – set by other websites such as Google Analytics, Facebook, Hotjar etc.
How is information protected?
The locations on the Cardiomatics.com portal where you log in and enter your data are protected in the transmission layer (SSL certificate). In this way, the personal and login data entered on the website are encrypted on the user’s computer and can only be read on the target server.
Personal data stored in the database is encrypted in such a way that they can only be read by Cardiomatics, which holds a key. In this way, these data are protected in case the database is stolen from the server.
Passwords are protected by the hash function. This function is unidirectional – it is not possible to reverse it, which is currently the modern standard for storing user passwords.
Cardiomatics periodically changes its administrative passwords.
In order to protect data, the Operator makes regular backups.
An important element of data protection is the regular updating of all software used by Cardiomatics to process personal data, which in particular means regular updating of development components.
Any inquiries about confidentiality of information and privacy can be sent to Cardiomatics by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or in writing by traditional mail to the address of Cardiomatics’ headquarters.