Ability. is an offer of YourAbility Unternehmensberatung GmbH. Ability GmbH (hereinafter known as "Ability") is committed to privacy and especially to compliance with national and international data protection regulations. To adhere to social, corporate and legal requirements responsibly, compliance with the generally accepted and globally valid provision for the protection of personal data is essential. The trusting and transparent handling of data strengthens customer relations and takes into account the high demands of Ability on transparency and professionalism.
3. Personal Data
Personal data is all information that relates to an identified or identifiable person. These are, for example, name, date of birth, social security number, email address, but also geodata, IP addresses or other (online) identifiers and customer numbers.
Ability processes the collected and stored personal data exclusively for the purposes stated in this declaration. Ability does not sell or lease any data for purposes of revenue generation. Disclosure to third parties or publication of data is only possible with the prior written consent of the person concerned. The data is either processed by Ability itself or by selected processors. The data is always kept secret.
4. Collection and use of data
Ability collects, stores and processes personal data for different purposes. This data will be deleted after the elimination of the respective legal basis, provided that no statutory provisions or legitimate interests contradict.
The websites of Ability identify and collect access data from website visitors and save it in log files. Among other things, the following data is recorded: name of the website, date and time of the call, amount of data transferred, notification of successful retrieval, browser type and version, the user's operating system, referrer URL (previously visited site), IP address and the requesting provider. Ability has a legitimate interest in knowing the users of its own websites in order to identify the causes of any technical problems, for the technical optimization of the websites, for the purpose of the security of Ability’s computer systems and networks and to further increase the user-friendliness. Therefore, Ability collects this data for the purpose of statistical evaluation and constant optimization of the websites. In the case of a legitimate suspicion of unlawful use, Ability reserves the right to subject the stored log data to an ex post review in order to avoid unlawful use.
Cookies and Tracking technologies
Cookies are small text files that a website stores on the respective device (PC, notebook, smartphone, tablet) of the visitor when visiting the website. These cookies contain information about the user himself (for example IP address and information about the hardware and software used) as well as the website visited.
Ability uses the analytics service Matomo. In doing so, Matomo accesses the cookies of the user and uses them to analyse the use of the website. The data of the cookies is also regularly transmitted to the datacenter in Europe and stored on Matomo‘s own servers. This website has enabled the anonymization of IP addresses feature, which truncates the IP address before submitting it. Matomo uses this information for the detailed evaluation of the use of this website. Matomo summarizes the information about the website activities for Ability in structured reports. Ability has entered into suitable agreements with Matomo to ensure a corresponding level of data protection.
As an alternative to the default browser settings, you can opt out of non-essential cookies, such as those used for traffic analysis, by clicking on this link.
5. Data transfer and submission
Ability has a great interest in protecting all data (in particular personal data) against unauthorized access and processing it in a manner that complies with the statutory provisions. In addition to its own infrastructure and systems, Ability also uses various software providers and tools, which enable secure and collaborative processing of the data.
It may also be the case that data is stored or processed outside the territory of the European Union, in particular in the United States, whereby Ability ensures that appropriate safeguards are in place for all third-party providers, which guarantee the necessary level of data protection. Subject to explicit consent or contractual or legally required transfer, Ability has concluded corresponding agreements on data processing in accordance with Art. 28 (3) GDPR or so called Standard Contractual Clauses (SCC) of the EU Commission. You can find further information on the information page of the EU-Commission.
6. Data processing agreement
Data processing agreements have to be made, if personal data is processed by a third party (processor). By doing so, the processor guarantees to comply with the applicable data protection rules. The processor may process personal data only in the context, scope and purpose specified in the agreement. In these cases, Ability will be further responsible for the processing activities and the protection of the rights of the data subjects. In case of inquiries, the processor must provide the best possible support to Ability.
Ability has entered into an agreement with all processors and therefore works exclusively with those processors and partners who provide reasonable guarantees that appropriate technical and organizational measures are taken to ensure that the processing complies with data protection requirements, so the required level of protection is being guaranteed.
7. Data protection measures
In order to protect personal data sufficiently, Ability has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures. These measures ensure that personal data is not used, processed, copied, modified, deleted or published or used without authorization.
8. Rights of data subjects
Data subjects affected by data processing are entitled to Ability's extensive (information) rights. Such requests have to be sent to the contact details below and will be processed and answered by Ability immediately. These rights are unrestrictedly available to the person concerned, however, if excessive use is made of these rights (for example, due to frequent inquiries), Ability reserves the right to charge the associated processing costs without any additional charge. The person concerned will be informed separately if necessary.
The data subject concerned has a right of
Information: The data subject can request information about which personal data about him is stored or processed by Ability.
Correction: If personal data is incomplete or incorrect, the person concerned may request correction of it.
Deletion: The person concerned may request Ability to delete his personal data. Ability must comply with this request if the legal basis for data processing is eliminated and no further legal basis (for example statutory retention requirements, legitimate interests) preclude this.
Restriction of processing
Data portability: The data subject may require Ability to transfer his personal data to a third party in a structured, machine-readable format.
Objection to data processing: If personal data is processed for legitimate interest, the data subject can object to this processing. The controller must then examine and explain whether his legitimate interest in processing has a greater effect than the interests of the person concerned for secrecy.
Revocation of granted consent: Upon receipt of a revocation, Ability will cease processing of the personal data affected immediately, provided that this is done exclusively on the basis of the consent and no other legal basis exists.
The data subject concerned must send all inquiries in writing to the contact details listed below.
Ability uses links to various social media services on its websites (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Xing, Youtube, Instagram). By clicking on these links you will be forwarded directly to the presence of Ability in the respective social media service.
In addition, Ability uses additional links to third-party websites (such as trade fair and event information or press releases).
The collection and processing of personal data on the respective websites of third parties is the sole responsibility of the respective service provider. Ability has no influence on this and is therefore not responsible for the data processing.
10. State law
This privacy statement has no influence on applicable state law, it complements or clarifies the Austrian data protection law. National and international laws always have priority in the event of a collision with this statement.
11. Contact details
To assert the data subject rights or for other inquiries, please use the following smec contact data: