Privacy policy

In accordance with Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on the Protection of Personal Data, and Regulation (EU) 2016/679, of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 27 April (“General Data Protection Regulation” or “GDPR”), this privacy policy applies to the processing of personal data that Asenta Consulting, S.L (hereinafter, “ASENTA”) carries out as the party responsible, in relation to the data on users and/or customers (physical persons) collected in any of the sections of the website.

If you do not agree with the terms of this policy, do not access or use the services. This privacy policy does not apply to any other third party product, service or activity.


  • Company name: Asenta Consulting, S.L. (ASENTA)
  • Address: Plaza Euskadi, 5 – Planta 19-1.4 Bizkaia España
  • Telephone: +34 944 355 190
  • Fax: +34 944 355 191
  • Tax Identification Number: B48482954
  • E-mail:
  • Company Register Data: Asenta Consulting, S.L. C.I.F. B48482954 Bilbao Company Register, Volume BI-236, Company Section, Folio I, Page BI-2.835 B, 1st Registration



Your personal data shall be used for the general purpose of management and administration of the web, and specifically for:

  • communicating with users in response to requests, comments and enquiries made to us through the contact forms on our website (including e-mails, phone calls, etc.).
  • signing up for, or pre-registration on, our seminars and training events.
  • newsletters: we reserve the right to use your data to send you our newsletter with news and updates on our services or products, as well as those of third parties where appropriate.

Your personal data shall not be processed for any other purpose other than those described above, unless imposed by law or through a court order.



The legal basis for data processing is lawfulness based on the consent of the data subject given for the purposes described above, which shall be requested at the time of:

  • Proceeding to use your data;
  • Including your data in our forms, and
  • Signing up to receive our newsletter.

Requests sent to us for information, registration or pre-registration on events and training days require the data subject to voluntarily provide us with the necessary data to be able to respond or provide the services requested. The obligatory nature or need to provide us with these data shall be indicated with an asterisk (*) in the forms or sections corresponding to each service.

However, the data subject may freely refuse to provide us with these data or, subsequently, revoke the consent previously given to process their data. This refusal shall mean that it shall not be possible for us to deal with their request or provide them with the service in question.

Subscription to the newsletter shall be expressly authorized by the user, who may at any time revoke his consent to receive these notifications using the mechanism provided for the purpose in them.

Likewise, ASENTA reserves the right to process your data based on the legitimate interest of ASENTA in retaining and maintaining the loyalty of its customers, users and/or participants in conferences and training events, and to better meet their previously expressed expectations and interests, e.g. improving services and products, managing requests, enquiries or complaints, offering products and services similar to those contracted, sending our newsletter, etc., without prejudice to the fulfilment by ASENTA of the rest of its obligations relating to the sending of commercial communications by e-mail.

ASENTA considers that, by providing these data, the data subject guarantees and is responsible for the veracity, accuracy and extent to which the data provided is up to date, and accepts and expressly consents to their processing for the purposes described above.



ASENTA shall store and process personal data from the moment the user gives their consent to do so until such time as the user so requests or withdraws their consent for their data to be processed.

Possibility to withdraw consent: the user has the right to withdraw their consent at any time, without this affecting the legality of the processing based on the consent prior to withdrawal. Likewise, the user may at any time express their opposition to receiving any electronic communication from ASENTA.



In general, ASENTA will not transfer your personal data to third parties unless we are legally obliged to do so, or you have expressly authorized us to do so when using our services.



ASENTA is present in various social networks (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) with a view to disseminating content related to ASENTA and the sector, as well as providing users with a means of contact. ASENTA is responsible for the processing of the data of its followers and contacts in social networks. However, insofar as the processing of personal data is carried out within the framework of social networks whose providers impose operating rules, ASENTA’s obligations shall be limited to those aspects in which it is free to act. In no case shall ASENTA extract data from social networks, make profiles of its users or collect additional personal data related to tastes, hobbies or manner of using social networks, without the express consent of those affected.



The Participant authorizes and gives his express consent free of charge to ASENTA to capture, record or fix the image and voice during the development of the events in which he has registered.

This authorization includes the use of the Participant’s image (including his/her name and voice) as well as his/her interventions, participations or activity in the events through the capture, reproduction, dissemination and/or publication in any medium and/or support of the organizers (including their website and/or any other channel of general information linked to the organizers).

This transfer of image rights to disseminate the images, participations, interventions and/or other contents, is granted for an indefinite period of time, without any time or territorial limitation.

In particular, the Participant authorizes and gives his express consent to ASENTA for the capture, recording or posting of the image and voice, during the development of the events. This includes the processing of your data.

Such authorization includes:

The use of the Participant’s image (including his/her name and voice) by means of capturing, reproducing and/or publishing it in any media and/or support of ASENTA, including its website and social networks, such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and/or any other channel of general information linked to Asenta regarding any of his/her interventions or participation in the event, as well as his/her reference in the same via his/her name and surname and, if applicable, his/her position, studies, experience or profession; and to disseminate such images or participations through the above-mentioned website and social networks and/or any other channel of general information linked to ASENTA, which includes reproduction in any medium and making them available to the public through the aforementioned channels.

This transfer of image rights to disseminate the images, participations, interventions and/or other content will be understood to be granted exclusively, in accordance with the conservation periods established by ASENTA’s data conservation policies (for the minimum time for its purpose and, in any case, during all the periods of limitation of the corresponding responsibilities) and to the current and applicable legislation, empowering ASENTA, among others, to disclose, reproduce, distribute, transform, communicate to the public, in whole or in part, in all present and future formats, modalities and systems for all present and future means of exploitation.



Any individual shall have the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning him or her are processed in ASENTA. In particular, you can exercise the following rights before ASENTA:

  • Right of access: enables the data subject to know and obtain information on their personal data being processed.
  • Right of rectification: to correct mistakes, modify incorrect or incomplete data and ensure the accuracy of the information being processed.
  • Right of deletion: enables the data subject to request processed data be deleted when no longer necessary.
  • Right of objection: enables the data subject to object to, or insist on the termination of, their personal data being processed, except for legitimate reasons or for the exercise or defence of possible claims, in which case such data shall be blocked for the corresponding period for as long as the legal obligations persist.
  • Right of objection to receiving publicity: data subjects may object to being sent commercial communications by ASENTA. In such cases, data subjects may at any time withdraw their consent to receive such notifications by using the mechanism provided for the purpose in them.
  • Purpose limitation: in certain circumstances, data subjects may request a limitation on the purposes for which their data are processed, in which case their data shall exclusively be stored for claims purposes.
  • Portability of data: data subjects may request to be sent the data concerning them which they have provided to us or, where technically possible, for such data to be sent to another data controller of their choice, in a structured format for common use and mechanical reading.
  • Right not to be subject to automated individual decisions (including profiling): the right not to be the subject of a decision based on automated processing which produces effects or significantly affects.
  • Possibility to withdraw consent: the user has the right to withdraw their consent at any time, without this affecting the legality of the processing based on the consent prior to withdrawal.

If you would like to exercise any of these rights, please write to us, including all your details (including your identity card number), to the following address: Calle Ibañez de Bilbao, 28 Bizkaia España, or e-mail us at
Possibility to file a claim with the Supervisory Authorities: data subjects have the right to submit a legal claim to the Spanish Data Protection Agency ( if they consider the processing of their data infringes the legislation in force.