Privacy Policy

We wish to advise that your personal data is subject to processing under the responsibility of Marie-Hélène Bonneau, Senior Advisor, UIC Security Division.

UIC has appointed a representative for data protection. The representative may be contacted at:

Data is processed in order to manage authorisations and rights of access to information and to enable communication between users of the platform.

The voluntary participation of UIC members and partners in the Security Platform serves as the legal basis for data processing.

You may withdraw your consent at any time, bearing in mind that withdrawal of consent cannot be applied retrospectively to data that has already been processed.

The categories of data subject to processing are the person’s surname, first name and the company for which they work, their full contact details and their biography. This data is obtained from the voluntary disclosure made by the natural person concerned.

The data is stored for ten years, is for UIC usage only and may be communicated only to the following recipients: AKABIA in its capacity as a subcontractor, and users of the platform.

Some of these recipients are situated outside of the European Union, most notably the following: users of the platform located in a country outside of the European Union. The following data is communicated to such recipients: surname, first name and company, full contact details and biography. This data is transmitted to recipients located outside of the European Union in order to facilitate communication between the users of the platform. The following safeguards have been implemented to ensure a sufficient level of protection of personal data: contractual conditions for data storage agreed with the subcontractor, AKABIA.

Any person affected by processing of personal data has, under the conditions and limitations established by the applicable regulations, the right to ask the data controller for access to their personal data and for correction or deletion of this data, the right to refuse or limit processing of their data, as well as to specify instructions on treatment of their data after their death.

You can exercise your rights by contacting, providing proof of your identity.

In addition, if you believe that your data has been processed in a way that constitutes a breach of regulations, you have the right to file a complaint with the CNIL (the French Data Protection Authority) or the supervisory authority in the State in which you habitually reside, your workplace or the location in which the breach of regulations is believed to have taken place.