The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Giving you control of your digital data footprint if you visit us from Europe.

Protecting your rights

The GDPR gives EU citizens control of their digital data by empowering you with the the right to know when personal data is being collected, what data is being collected, access to that data, and to purge it on request. Essentially, when you complete a form on a website, you become a data subject and you have rights. The GDPR is a data privacy regulation that modernises and normalises data privacy laws across Europe.

At Neuberger & Associates, we are committed to maintaining the trust and confidence of our visitors to our web site. In particular, we want you to know that we do not share your data with any other companies for marketing purposes. This GDPR Policy describes when and why we collect your personal information, how we use it and the new rights you now have.

Data Subject Rights

In plain English, a data subject is any EU citizen from which personal data is collected. GDPR compliance requires data subjects (that’s you) to be granted certain rights.

  • You have the the right to be informed
  • the right of access
  • the right to rectification
  • the right to erasure
  • the right to restrict processing
  • the right to data portability
  • the right to object
  • the right not to be subject to automated decision-making including profiling

The data we hold

Right to Access. As a data subject you can request and obtain confirmation that data is or is not being collected on you. You can establish what data is being collected, how, where, and for what purpose. We will provide you with a report showing what data we hold in an electronic format free of charge upon request. If you would like a report, then please enter your email address here:

Right to Be Forgotten. If you would like to withdraw previous consent and have collected data purged. Then please enter your email address to identify you. We will then confirm your right to be forgotten

Breach Notification. If a breach/unauthorised access of personal data takes place that is likely to “result in a risk for the rights and freedoms of individuals”, notification will be made within 72 hours of becoming aware of the breach