Privacy policies

This privacy policy applies to the website.


ICTA processes the personal data it receives in accordance with the regulations in force, and in particular Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation) hereinafter referred to as “GDPR”.

Access to the website (hereinafter the “Site”) implies full acceptance by the User of this Privacy Policy (hereinafter referred to as the “Policy”) and of the use of cookies (article 6).

The user of this site (hereinafter referred to as the “User”) is informed that, when browsing the Site, personal data concerning him/her is collected and processed by ICTA and that he/she authorises ICTA to process the personal data he/she communicates on the Site.

The Policy applies to all pages hosted on the Site and to registrations on the Site.

It does not apply to pages hosted by third parties to which ICTA may be linked with and whose privacy policies may differ. ICTA cannot therefore be held responsible for the data processed by these sites.


In accordance with the provisions of Article 5 of European Regulation 2016/679, the collection and processing of site users’ data complies with the following principles :

. Lawafulness, fairness and transparency

. Restricted purposes

. Minimisation of data collection and processing

. Data retention reduced over time

. Integrity and confidentiality of data collected and processed

As specified in article 1, Users who provide their data on the Site expressly consent to the processing of their data as described in article 3.


A. Data collected and processed and method of collection

We collect information about you when you contact us via our contact forms or job offer forms.

This information is necessary in order to reply to you or to offer you a new vacancy in the case of an open application. By default, we keep this data for a period of 2 years.

B. Transmission of data to third parties

Personal data collected by the site is not transmitted to any third party and is only processed by the site editor.

C. Data hosting

The website has been developed and is hosted by VISIONSI, a company with headquarters located at 39 Rue Verrerie, 21000 DIJON

The data collected and processed by the site is exclusively hosted and processed in France.



The data controller is:

ICTA PM, Simplified joint stock company with a capital of €500,000

Headquarters: 11, rue du Bocage – 21121 FONTAINE-LES-DIJON, France

Tél. : +33 (0) 380 534 000
SIRET : 448 155 614 000 10
RCS de DIJON N° B 448 155 61

The entire content of this site (photographs, logos, graphics, drawings, texts…) is the exclusive property of ICTA PM, or was granted under license.

B. Obligations of the data controller

The data controller commits to protect the personal data collected, not to transmit it to third parties without the user’s consent and to respect the purposes for which the data was collected.

In the event that the integrity, confidentiality or security of the user’s personal data is compromised, the data controller commits to informing the user by any means necessary.


In accordance with articles 15, 16 17, 18, 20 and 21 of the GDPR, you have the right to access, rectify and restrict the processing of your personal data. You also have a right to object, a right to the portability of your data and a right to erasure within the limits of the Data Controller’s legal obligations.

Finally, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the CNIL at the following address:

To exercise your rights, you should contact the ICTA’s Data Protection Officer (DPO) at the following e-mail address: or by post addressed to the DPO.

We will reply to your request as soon as possible, and no later than one month after receipt of your request.


A “cookie” is a small file (less than 4kb), stored by the site on the user’s disk, containing information relating to the user’s browsing habits. These files enable the site to process statistics and traffic information, facilitate browsing and improve the service for the user’s convenience.

The use of cookies requires your prior consent. Your consent will be considered valid for a maximum period of 13 months. At the end of this period, the site will again request the user’s authorisation to store cookies on their hard drive.

A. Opposition of the user to the use of “cookies” by the site

Most browsers are configured to accept, control or deactivate cookies via the configuration parameters.

Below is the procedure for managing cookies using the following browsers:

▪ Internet Explorer :

▪ Safari :

▪ Chrome :

▪ Firefox :

However, we would remind you that if you deactivate browsing cookies or functional cookies, you are informed that your browsing and experience on the Site may be limited

B. Description of the “cookie” files used by the site

The site editor draws attention to the fact that the cookies used by this site are linked to the Google Analytics V4 service, an audience measurement and analysis tool.

When browsing the site, users are informed that third-party cookie files may be stored.

In addition, the site incorporates social networking buttons, enabling users to share their activity on the site. Cookies from these social networks may therefore be stored on the user’s computer when they use these functions.

Users’ attention is drawn to the fact that these sites have their own confidentiality policies and general conditions of use that may differ from the site. The site editor invites users to read the confidentiality policies and general conditions of use of these sites.


In accordance with our personal data protection policy, ICTA has implemented technical and organisational security measures to ensure the protection of your personal data against possible security incidents that could lead to:

▪ Breach of confidentiality: unauthorised or accidental disclosure of, or unauthorised or accidental access to, personal data

▪ Breach of integrity: unauthorised or accidental alteration of personal data

▪ Breach of availability: loss of access to or accidental or unauthorised destruction of personal data.

ICTA has a standard operating procedure for managing these possible types of personal data breaches.