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Information Duty

In accordance with Article 13 of the General Data Protection Regulation – Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and Council, dated 27 April 2016, we inform you how we collect, process, disclose and protect your personal data when you use our services and/or our website:


Company Data (Data Controller or when acting as Subcontractor), Designation: CEGOC-TEA, Lda; Tax Number: PT 500 059 918, Head Office: Rua General Firmino Miguel, Nº 3 A/B, R/C – 1600-100 Lisboa; Telephone: + 351 213 191 960.


Data Protection Provider: For issues related to the processing of your personal data, Cegoc has appointed a data protection provider. In order to clarify any questions, you may have, you may contact the provider by email at or at Rua General Firmino Miguel, Nº 3 A/B, R/C – 1600-100 Lisboa.

Note: This provider is not responsible for the data protection and does not perform exactly the same functions as a data protection responsible.


Processing Licence: Your personal data will only be used if there is a legal situation in favour of Cegoc that allows us to treat it legitimately, such as the existence of:

  • Consent given by you;
  • A contract (directly or through your employer) with Cegoc.
  • A legal obligation that imposes on Cegoc the processing of your personal data.
  • Legitimate interests, which allow Cegoc to invoke them, involving the processing of your personal data.


Communication of data: Your personal data may be disclosed to partners, service providers, supervisory and regulatory entities, authorized to have access to them always in strict compliance with the GDPR (for example: technological support companies, partner organizations for the provision of services, consultants / trainers, companies of the CEGOS Group, DGERT, certification entities).


Treatment Period: Your personal data are necessary for the execution of this service and will be kept for a period of three years from the last contact and/or five years from the date you attended Business Transformation Summit.


Rights: As a data subject, you have the right to access, correct, limit processing, revoke consent, as well as the right to object to the forgetfulness and portability of your data. To exercise these rights you should contact You may also lodge a complaint with the national supervisory authority (CNPD) if you consider that your rights to the protection of personal data have not been respected.

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