Event Attendee Privacy


We host webinars, workshops and conferences. When you attend we need to process your personal data. This section is for all attendees or those considering attending.


How We Collect Your Personal Data

When you attend an Integrity360 event, we will need your name, email address and in some cases your address or payment information. Integrity360 uses the information you provide to be in touch with updates or follow-up communication on the event, to provide updates and occasional marketing.  You can unsubscribe from these communications at any time.

If you are a speaker at an Integrity360 event, we will publicly promote your involvement via social media such as Twitter, LinkedIn and emails to our clients. This data may continue to be processed by those platform providers after the event has ended.


Lawful Basis of Processing

We only process your data in line with the lawful basis as set out in the Regulation. The main lawful basis for this processing are:

  • Performance of a Contract - Whether we have an existing contract, or we are in the process of agreeing one with you.
  • Legitimate Interest - It is considered reasonable to use Client Contact's personal data for our legitimate interests in our business or potential relationships with clients.
  • Consent - Where you have provided clear and unambiguous consent and in very limited situations explicit consent for special categories of data, we will process your personal data.

You have rights under all of these lawful bases. How to exercise these is explained above.


Event Photography

We take photographs and sometimes video footage at our hosted events for future promotion of events related to our business. We will inform you at the appropriate stage as to whether the event will be photographed or videoed.

As far as possible we will refrain from identifying individuals through our approach, for example, we will only take event photos from behind the attendees, or take photos of individuals where they have given us their consent.

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