NSG Sweden AB Integrity Policy


NSG wants to protect our customers' privacy. Due to the new EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force on May 25, 2018, we want to inform you about how we handle your personal data.


Please read our Privacy Policy below:

1. What is personal data?

Personal data refers to any information directly or indirectly attributable to a living person such as name, address, social security number, telephone number, pictures (photos), audio recordings, fingerprints, DNA, electronic identities, such as IP numbers, are considered to be personal data if it can be linked to a natural person.


2. What is the processing of personal data?

Personal data processing refers to how a company collects, records, stores, corrects and deletes personal data.


3. Why and what personal data is collected?

NSG collects various personal data in our business system to be able to do business and obligations with you in the form of an agreement. Likewise, to assist you with information and service. We use your personal information for marketing in the form of newsletters and offers by e-mail and mail. NSG sends out the Aurum Forum magazine to its customers by mail. When you visit NSG's premises you will be under camera surveillance and recording.

NSG handles personal information that you have provided by making a web order where the following mandatory information is registered:


• Name

• Email

• Phone number

• Password

• Address

• Postcode

• City

• Country


4. Where do we retrieve your personal information?

In addition to the information you provided NSG by registering at our webshop, NSG also provides credit information about you and for this reason we need to use your social security number. Personal data is stored in our business system.


5. To whom do we share your personal information?

As a policy, NSG does not disclose your personal information to third parties, for example, direct marketing, and we do not use your personal data as a basis for statistics.


6. How long will your personal data be saved?

We save your personal information only as long as there are business obligations (according to accounting and tax legislation, warranty commitment).


7. Your rights?

You can request any personal information we have registered about you at any time. You are always entitled to request a change regarding a personal data. Similarly, you are entitled to delete your personal information we have stored about you, provided there are no legal obligations for us to store them.


8. Protection of personal data

Our IT systems are used to protect your personal information. Only a few competent NSG employees can handle sensitive personal data. Read more about our Pyramid and GDPR business software at the following link: http://kund.unikum.se/dok/Pyramid_och_GDPR.pdf


9. Who is responsible for NSG for collecting personal data?

Personal Data Responsible is NSG Sweden AB, address Västberga allé 36B, 126 30 Hägersten. If you have questions regarding the processing of your personal information, please contact NSG by mail or email info@nsg.se