Dentavis (WSEI brand) is a private limited company, registered in the Commercial Registration Office in Avis, collective person (VAT) number 503873640.
WSEI respects your privacy and protects the personal information submitted to it. Whenever personal information of users and data subjects is required for the purpose of providing services, the use of such information is described in accordance with this document and with respect to data protection legislation.
Registration and use of information
Personal information are any information that may be used to identify the natural person or company, including the name, email address, postal address, title, date of birth, gender, profession (in the case of natural persons), or other.
he WSEI uses the information provided by you on this site to inform you of our training offers or other information that you consider relevant.
Personal information is never used outside the WSEI without the permission of the data subjects. In the WSEI, data is stored on servers and databases controlled with limited access.
Navigation on this site is done anonymously. The WSEI uses a standard technology called a “cookie” to collect information about how our site is used.
In all cases where the user’s personal information is required, it is only for registration.
The WSEI guarantees high levels of security and protection of personal data, protecting the personal data of Customers and / or Users, against any possible abuse or unauthorized access.
Rua Mar da China nº1 1.2, Parque das Nações – 1990-137 Lisbon, Portugal
Telephones: (+351) 210 939 366 / 915 094 626
How your data will be protected
Your data is protected because our site has a SSL (Secure Socket Layer) security certificate that allows the communication between the server and the visitors of the site in a secure and encrypted way, protecting the customer’s information. The data exchanged is treated securely, preventing third parties from having access to this information.
Data breach procedures
If you think that your data is not being processed in accordance with the applicable law, namely European and national law, we remind you that you have the right to complain to a supervisory authority (eg National Data Protection Commission, please see https://www.cnpd.pt/bin/duvidas/queixas_frm.aspx