Privacy Policy

Privacy declaration

On this page you will find the privacy statement of Traidant.

We are aware of the role we play according to the “Wet Bescherming Persoonsgegevens”. In this statement we explain to you which personal data we collect from you and what we do with this data.

This privacy statement applies to all visitors to this website. The privacy statement explains how we handle your personal information. If you do not agree with this privacy statement, you must leave the website.

Our processing of personal data falls within the legal exemption regulations. For that reason, the processing has not been reported to the Dutch Data Protection Authority.

The controller reserves the right to adjust this privacy statement. The current privacy statement was last updated on September 2023. You can find the most current version of the privacy statement at the bottom of the home page of our website.


What information do we collect from you?

When placing a contact request on our website, you will be asked for your name, e-mail address and possibly the name of your company or the company for which you work.

If you visit our website but do not leave an account or contact details, we may still collect information from you. This concerns information such as which browser you use, your IP address, which operating system you use and which pages you have visited on the website of the Controller.


What do we do with the personal information we have collected?

We use the personal information for the following purposes:

Because we have your personal information such as e-mail address and telephone number, we can contact you.

We may use your information for marketing purposes as permitted by law.

To improve our services. We use your personal information to improve the user experience.



What are Cookies? A cookie is a piece of data that is placed on your computer by a website. Every time you visit our website, we collect basic technical information such as from which website you came to our website, this information is anonymized and therefore cannot be traced back to you personally. This website also uses cookies to provide technical support to visitors when they are logged in.

If you accept the cookies by manually turning on the cookies via the button provided when you visit the website, the visitor data will no longer be anonymized and can be traced back to you personally.

This privacy statement applies to cookies and similar technologies.


Links to other websites

This privacy statement only applies to this website.

It is possible that this website contains links to other websites that are not managed and/or owned by the Controller. If you have ended up on another website by clicking on this link, the privacy statement of that website applies. Responsible is in no way liable or responsible for this website or for the privacy statement on this website. When visiting this website, the controller advises you to read their privacy statement carefully before continuing on their website.


Transfer to processors and third parties

Personal data are processed by companies engaged by the Responsible Party for the implementation of the agreement. The law calls these companies “processors”. You can think of, for example, the company that provides the hosting of our website. The ‘processors’ act under the responsibility of the Controller.

Personal data will be shared with third parties if the controller is obliged to pass on the personal data to competent authorities on the basis of a legal obligation.



We understand that your personal information is confidential and we will protect your personal information in line with our normal procedures as well as legal obligations.

For example, we have taken appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data against loss or unlawful processing. The website has an SSL certificate, which means that the data between you and this website is sent over a secure connection.