BLUEGRIOT (hereinafter referred to as “us”) is committed to the management of your personal data.

This privacy policy describes how we handle your personal information, how we collect, use, store, disclose and process your personal data that you provide to us.

We may need to process your personal data. Some of your personal data will also be collected if you come to our premises.

We invite you to read this personal data confidentiality policy to understand our approach to respecting your personal data as well as to know your various rights over them.

1. Information we collect 

Personal Information is a term which refers to any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual, for example name, postal address, email address, telephone number and any other personal information.

For our customers and suppliers, the personal data commonly collected are surname and first name, postal address and email address. We also collect certain personal data in the event of an application.

If you visit our website, your IP address and user agent will always be collected.

We use “Google Analytics” cookies. These are anonymous cookies used for the purpose of viewing our website audience. Your consent will be requested by a banner at the bottom of the screen.

No personal data will be collected without your consent and we will be sensitive to your rights over your personal data.

2. Use of information we collect

The information we collect is only used internally by BLUEGRioT.

We will ask for your consent if your data is to be transferred and we will inform you of the recipient of your data and the nature of its processing.

Our partners and subcontractors to whom your personal data may be transmitted are subject to a confidentiality agreement and must implement means of securing and managing your personal data. The commitment of our partners and our subcontractors to your data is defined in our general purchasing conditions or a service contract.

The legal basis for processing your personal data is consent.

3. Storage and confidentiality of your data

Your data will be stored in “GDPR Ready” software used by the company. This is secure software that requires two-factor authentication and a secure password. Your data is also stored on our servers hosted by “RGPD Ready” partners or our servers located at the company’s headquarters. The security of your data is one of our priorities. We have put in place physical, electronic and managerial means to prevent all unauthorized access to your data.

Although, we take all necessary measures not to have unintentional disclosure of your data, we cannot guarantee that your data will not be altered or destroyed as a result of a breach by anyone or anything of our privacy policy.

4. Recruitment data

We are likely to collect personal data through your direct application, recruitment agencies as well as your professional profiles such as LINKEDIN and VIADEO.

The data collected during your recruitment is only used to assess your ability to obtain the proposed position or internship. Only employees involved in the recruitment process have access to your data. Following your application, we undertake to ensure the security of your data and to control their access.

In the event of a negative outcome to your application, you will be informed whether we wish to keep your data for a later application. If you do not request the deletion of your data, they will be systematically deleted 2 years after our last contact.

5. Your rights over your personal data

  • The right to information: before the collection of personal data, you must have clear information about the purpose of collecting and processing your data: who is processing your data , what are your rights over your data and whether they are transferred
  • The right of access: you have the right to access your personal data that we have collected and to obtain a copy of your data. You will be billed at 50 euros for this copy.
  • The right of rectification : you can express your wish that your personal data be rectified or modified
  • The right to erasure (“the right to be forgotten”): you can express your wish that your personal data be deleted. Data that can be deleted will be deleted immediately.

With the exception of the “copy” of your personal data, you can exercise your rights free of charge and we must respond to your requests relating to your personal data within one month.

We undertake to process your requests and complaints relating to your personal data as soon as possible. For this, you can contact the BLUEGRIOT company at the following email address:

In the event of non-satisfaction, you can submit a request to the CNIL via the online complaints teleservice or to the following postal address Commission National Informatique et des Libertés – 3 place de Fontenay 75337 PARIS cedex 7