Data protection statement

Protecting your personal data and complying with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is something we take very seriously. This statement gives you an overview of how we ensure data protection, what kind of data we collect, for which purpose, and how we deal with it

Who is responsible?

Responsibility for data processing in connection with this website rests with svarmony Technologies GmbH, Ungargasse 64-66, Top 504, 1030 Vienna, Austria
More specific details can be found in our imprint page.


Why do we collect, process and use data?

svarmony uses the world wide web to present general information about our company and our services. Including areas of our website and individual pages that serve more specific purposes.

Applicants area where potential applicants can apply for jobs, internships and other positions
Other pages on specific topics or with specific functions. You can find details in the contents section of each page.

We collect, process and use data for the reasons stated above. In case of more specific reasons, they will be given when collecting any additional data (e.g. for applicants ). We do not use data other than for its intended purpose.


What data we collect?

While visiting our websites, your IP location is recorded

svarmony is not able to attribute this data to any specific person as a general rule. This data is not combined with any data from other sources. In order to keep our websites optimized, we statistically analyse this data occasionally.


Information you provide

We record and process information that is being entered or send to us by you on our websites. This includes data entered in forms or contact fields.

Additionally we record and process personal information when you e-mail someone at svarmony. This concerns the contents of your e-mails as well as data obtained from queries to our e-mail server, such as sender and addressee IDs, time stamp, errors or reasons for refusal in case your e-mail doesn’t get through.


Profile and login information for access-protected areas

When applying for a position through our website, you will have to enter data that is required by the registration form itself, particularly your e-mail address, and a few details about yourself. Further details are provided by you voluntarily. Once that is complete, you will get a noreply email stating how we process and save this data.


Newsletters and information services

If you would like to use our newsletters or other information services, we will need a working, verified e-mail address and details from you, in order to ensure that the address’ owner agrees to receive our newsletter/information services.

You can withdraw your consent or object to your personal data and e-mail address being stored and used to send newsletters or for marketing purposes at any time.


Additional note

In all other cases we will never record/use your personal data without your explicit and unequivocal consent to treat your personal data.


Who do we send your data to?

  • Sending data to third parties
    As a fundamental rule, we do not disclose, transfer, sell or otherwise market personal data to third parties, such as other companies or organizations, without your explicit consent or as required to meet our contractual obligations that make a data transfer necessary, between svarmony and you.
  • Transfer of data to countries outside the EU/EEA
    We do not transfer any personal information to any countries outside the EU or EEA unless we asked for your explicit consent before transferring the data.


How long can we store data before we have to delete it?

The regulation is very specific on how long we can store your data. Once these terms expire, we routinely delete this data or block it, following the current data protection rules. Where data is not subject to these terms, we delete it once the purpose we collected it for does not apply any longer.

If you have allowed us a longer duration of time for storing, processing and using your data, we will delete your data after this duration expires unless you revoke your consent before expiration.


What are “cookies”, and how do we use them?

svarmony uses “cookies” in different areas of its websites. These small text files are downloaded to your computer and saved in your browser in order to help you navigate our website. Cookies do not harm your computer and do not contain viruses. Most browsers are initially set to accept cookies. You can disable or delete once accepted cookies or have your browser notify you every time a cookie is set. Please note that you might not be able to use all functions of our website if you disable cookies entirely.


Your right to be informed

At all times we are happy to tell you which of your personal data we store, to correct your personal details or delete them unless we are obliged to keep your data for legal reasons. If you require any information, please feel free to contact us at Keep in mind that you will need to prove who you are before we can provide you with any information.



The security of your data is very important to us: We constantly make sure that all data passed between svarmony and you remains private and protected against unauthorized access by the use of encryption systems such as SSL (Secure Socket Layer).

svarmony takes wide-ranging technical and organizational security precautions to protect your personal data against manipulation, loss or access by unauthorized third parties. We are continually improving these precautions as technology develops.


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