PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
To comply with GDPR, ENERIS has implemented Data Protection Policy (DPP). The DPP is binding on all ENERIS entities, subsidiaries, branches, representative offices, and affiliates worldwide.
The site does not collect any information automatically, with the exception of the information contained in cookies.
Cookies are IT data, in particular text files, which are stored in the user’s terminal equipment and intended for the use of the site. Cookies typically contain the name of a website from which they are derived, their retention time on the terminal device and a unique number.
The entity that places cookies on the terminal device of the Service User and that accesses them is the operator of the website ENERIS Centrum Usług Wspólnych, having its registered offices at Koszykowa 65 Str.Warsaw.
Cookies are used to:
- adapt the content of websites to the user’s preferences and to optimise the use of the websites; in particular these files can identify the device of the Site’s User and present the website accordingly, tailored to the individual needs of the user;
- create statistics that will help understand how the site’s users use the webpages, which facilitates improving their structure and content;
- preserving the session of the site’s user (after logging in), so that the user does not need to re-enter the login credentials on each landing page of the site.
There are two main types of cookies used on the site: “session cookies” and “persistent cookies”. “Session cookies” are temporary files that are stored on the user’s terminal device until the user logs out, leaves the website or turns off the software (web browser). “Permanent cookies” are stored on the user’s terminal device for the period of time specified in the cookie’s parameters or until they are removed by the user.
The following types of cookies are used on the website:
- “strictly necessary cookie”, which enable the use of the services that are available on the website, such as authentication cookies used for services that require authentication for the service;
- cookies that ensure security, such as the ones that are used to detect fraud in the authentication on the website;
- “performance cookies” to collect information on how websites are used;
- “functional cookies”, which allow the website to remember settings selected by the user and personalise the user interface, for example by defining the language or region of the User, the font size, the appearance of the website, etc.;
In many cases, the software used to view webpages (web browser) by default allows cookies to be stored in the user’s terminal device. Users of the site may make changes to the cookies settings at any time. In particular, these settings can be changed in such a way as to block automatic support for cookies in the browser settings or to display information each time cookies are placed in the terminal device of the site’s user. Detailed information about possibilities and ways of handling cookies is available in the software settings (web browser).
More information on cookies is available at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie/ or in the “Help” section of your browser’s menu.