How we store and handle you data

At SDS we firmly believe that transparency is at the heart of what we do. Not only to our client and co-workers, but to our website visitors as well. Therefore, we want to be completely open in how we handle the information we collect on our website.

We want to create the best possible experience for you as a website visitor. The treatment of your personal information has its legal basis in legitimate interest (berättigat intresse). In some cases, we require your consent. In those cases we will ask for your consent. This policy will inform you about what information we collect, why we collect it and why we treat you personal information. Our goal is to make you aware of your rights as a website visitor as well as our obligations.

Personal data management

SDS is responsible for managing your personal data on our website. This means we have to make sure that you:

  1. Are aware that we collect your personal data and why.
  2. Can actively approve or deny treatment and storage of your personal data. We do not treat your personal data without your consent or knowledge.
  3. Have the possibility to update your personal data by informing you who to contact.
  4. Can use you right to be forgotten. This means we have to erase all information that can be connected to you personally from all of our systems.
  5. Can ask for all of your personal data that we have stored.
  6. Can trust that we take good care of you personal data and that we do not leave these to third parties without you knowing about this and express you consent.

What personal information do we store?

Information that can identify you as a person can be counted as personal data or personal information (which we use synonymously). This includes: name, addresses, email, social security number, mobile phone number etc. Apart from these relatively common data points, there is also cookies that are stored on you computer so personalize and improve you experience on our website.

Now you might be thinking: what is a cookie?

A cookie is a small file that is sent you though you web browser when you visit a website. Unless, of course, you have cookies turned off. The purpose with these cookies is to gather information on how you as a visitor used our website last time, so we can offer you relevant content next time you visit us.

Even if cookies are not connected to your personal identity per sé, as your phone number or email address is, we still view them as important for your integrity that we treat them in the same way as personal information. Hence, we need your consent to store cookies for you.

When do we store your information and cookies?

If you have at any time left your email to us at the web page, your contact information is stored in our website management system Umbraco. If you have agreed to get our newsletters, you contact information will be exported to MyNewsDesk, which is the platform we use for sending our newsletters.

At the moment, we are not using any cookies other than the standard 3rd party cookies from Google Tag Manager. 

How do I delete cookies?

You can easily delete cookies in you web browser. If you are using Google Chrome, then go to History -> Clear Browser Data -> Delete Cookies.

Do you want to update your information?

Send an email if you want to update your contact information.

The right to become forgotten

You can at any time get you information deleted from our systems and registers. If you want to become forgotten in our system and registers, send an email to If you want to know what information we have stored on you, you can email us on the address above. We will then send all information we have stored about you.

Contact us

If you have any thoughts about how and why we store our personal information, including cookies, you are welcome to contact us directly at

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