Privacy policy

ARIADNEXT is committed to ensuring that the processing of your personal data carried out on this website complies with personal data protection legislation. The purpose of this policy is to explain to you in an understandable and accessible way the processing carried out in order to understand the reasons for this collection and the conditions under which your data is processed.

For the data that we process from this website, the person responsible for processing your personal data is ARIADNEXT. To find out more, you can consult the legal notice.

What data is collected?

This site collects personal data via the contact form, newsletter registration and cookies. Before each collection, you are informed by a notice, as the collection cannot be carried out without your knowledge. Only adequate, relevant and useful data are collected and limited to what is necessary for the purposes for which they are processed. The data collected are :

  • Contact forms: Identification data (name, first name), electronic data (email), professional data (company, status)
  • Newsletter subscription: Email
  • Cookies: see the site’s cookie policy

Why do we collect data?

Whenever we collect and process your data, it is for a legitimate, specific and explicit purpose. The processing carried out has the following purposes and legal bases:

  • Sending the newsletter
  • Organise its canvassing
DataLegal basisPurposes
Contact Form
Demo form
Consent legitimate interest
  • Reply to your message or question(s)
  • Establish or follow up a commercial relationship
  • Receive your comments on the website
Newsletter subscriptionConsent legitimate interest
  • Sending the newsletter
  • Organise its canvassing
Downloading contentConsent legitimate interest
  • Transmit content
  • Establish or follow up a commercial relationship

Who is your data intended for?

In general, the recipients of your data are the employees of ARIADNEXT. However, by sending us your personal information for the purposes specified above, you authorise us to share it with the entities of the IDnow group. You will find their privacy policy here. Specifically, your data is only passed on to the relevant departments with a “need to know” and authorised access, such as the marketing and sales department.

Where is your data stored?

P>We store your data on our servers. We may need to transfer personal data outside the European Union because of the IT tools we use for our activities. In this case, transfers will only be carried out after ARIADNEXT has ensured that measures have been taken to secure them, such as the conclusion of standard clauses in accordance with the requirements of the European Commission.

How long do we keep your data?

We keep your data for as long as is necessary for the purposes for which it is collected. More specifically, your data is kept from the time of your first contact.

  • Contact Form: 2 years
  • Newsletter subscription: indefinitely until you unsubscribe from the newsletter

How is your data protected?

We are committed to the protection of your data and have put in place measures to ensure its security, integrity and confidentiality:

  • The website pages are available under the https protocol
  • Compliance with principles privacy by default and privacy by design
  • Control of physical access to ARIADNEXT premises
  • Adherence to an internal password policy
  • Data compartmentalisation
  • Data storage on our 100% French servers in local respect of technical security measures
  • Deletion of your data at your request or at the end of the retention period

What are your rights regarding your data?

ARIADNEXT is committed to respecting your rights when processing your personal data. In this respect, you have the following rights:
    • Right of access: You can request a copy of your data and information on :
      • The purposes of the processing
      • The personal data concerned
      • The recipients to whom your data is communicated
      • Retention period
    • Right to rectification: If your data is inaccurate, incomplete or outdated, you can request that your data be corrected or completed.
    • Right to restrict processing: This right is not absolute, it allows you to have your data no longer used but retained.
    • Right to erasure: This right is not absolute: the exercise of this right is conditional on the existence of one of the reasons provided for in the regulations or legislation. If this is the case, you can ask us to delete your data.
    • Right to object to data processing: This right is not absolute. If the legal basis for the processing of your data is based on the legitimate interest pursued by the controller, you may object to the processing.
    • Right to withdraw your consent: You may withdraw your consent at any time for future processing where the processing is based on it.
    • Right to portability : This right is not applicable in all cases such as for data created by ARIADNEXT. You have this right for :
      • automated processing and not manual or paper processing
      • portable data
      • processing based on your consent or the performance of pre-contractual measures or a contract
  • Right to lodge a complaint: If you feel that your rights have not been respected after contacting us, you may lodge a complaint with the CNIL without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial remedy.

How to exercise your rights?

To exercise your rights or if you have any questions about the processing of your personal data, you can contact our Data Protection Officer (DPO) or the department responsible for exercising these rights at the following address: or by post to the following address: 122 Rue Robert Keller, 35510 Cesson-Sévigné, FRANCE.
To request access to your dataWe invite you to specify in your request the data or processing you wish to access. We will send you your details electronically or by post, by recorded delivery. In the event of an unfounded or excessive request, we may require payment of reasonable charges which take into account the administrative costs incurred in providing the information to you or refuse to comply with such requests (Article 12.5 GDPR). We may charge you a reasonable fee based on administrative costs for any additional copies (Article 15.3 GDPR).
Right to rectificationWe invite you to indicate precisely the inaccurate or incomplete data and to fill in the information allowing to correct or complete them
Right to restrict processingWe invite you to indicate the data for which you request the restriction of processing and the reasons for your request (Article 18 GDPR)
Right to erasureWe invite you to indicate the data for which you request erasure and the reasons for your request (Article 17 GDPR)
Right to object to data processingIf the processing is based on legitimate interest, we indicate the processing for which you wish to object and the reasons for your request (Article 21 GDPR). We can nevertheless demonstrate that we have legitimate and compelling grounds for continuing such processing.
Right to withdraw your consentYou may withdraw your consent at any time for future processing operations where the processing is based on it.
Right to portabilityYou can recover your data for:
  • Automated processing, not manual or paper processing
  • Portable data
  • Processing based on your consent or on the basis of a contract
Complaint to the CNIL: If you feel, after contacting us, that your rights regarding your data are not being respected, you may submit a complaint to the CNIL.

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