Privacy statement

Privacy Statement for Wilderness Guides Association

Wilderness Guides Association can collect and use the following types of personal information:

Information you provide us with a view to processing a business transaction
Information that you provide us via contact forms or external downloads such as name, e-mail address, telephone number, postal address and company to request information about our software or services.
Where permitted, Wilderness Guides Association may collect information about certain individuals and companies obtained by other parties. This helps us to keep our administration up to date, expand and analyze it. But also to identify new customers and offer products and services that may be of interest to you.

Wilderness Guides Association may use your personal information to:

  • Process your request with regard to our software or services, including downloading white papers.
  • Collect or send your statements, invoices, or payments to you
  • You offer relevant marketing messages such as e-mail newsletters, marketing information, offers on services. Everything according to the new laws or when this is requested by you.

Other websites  Our website contains links to other websites, these may be our customers, partners, YouTube videos or other websites. Our privacy policy only applies to the Wilderness Guides Association websites. So when you use these links to other websites, you should also consult their privacy policy if you want to be fully aware of their privacy policy. Cookies When you visit the Wilderness Guides Association website, a small file is placed on the hard drive of your computer. These so-called Cookies make the website (s) of Wilderness Guides Association more useful by storing information about your preferences. This makes it easier for you to log in and use the website (s) in the future. Cookies do not personally identify an internet user, but the computer of a user is identified. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but if you wish, you can set your browser to prevent cookies from being automatically accepted. Open the ‘help’ section of your browser, which explains the different options for dealing with cookies. If you disable cookies, you may not have access to all functions on our websites.

Wilderness Guides Association websites can provide cookies for these purposes:

  • Analysis We gladly optimize the website by following the users on the website, and thereby improve the user experience
  • Saving your previously completed forms – this to save time when filling in new forms.
  • Show our advertisements when you visit other websites.

Security – 
All personal information you provide to us remains secure and confidential. Wilderness Guides Association will not share your information with other companies. We follow industry standards to protect the information provided to us. We store all your information securely, both during shipment and after we have received data. This protects your data against loss, misuse and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration or destruction. However, we can not guarantee that we can exclude any risk of misuse of your personal information by others with malicious intent. Keep your own credentials in a safe place and contact us immediately if you find any unauthorized use of your password or any other security breach. We may release your personal information and / or user information if requested to do so by the police or any other regulatory or government agency investigating suspicious illegal activities. Updates to this policy Wilderness Guides Association can update this privacy policy by posting a new version on this website, for the most recent version of our policy please visit our website. Contact If you wish to contact Wilderness Guides Association about an aspect of our privacy policy, please use this email address:

Data controller – You have indicated that you do not have a data controller. It is important that you make a specific person responsible for the storage and processing of the personal data of your customers and / or partners. The responsible person may work within your own company / companies, or at a specialized company that you hire. But it must always be clear how one comes into contact with this person. When you follow this link, you will find more information about your company can fully comply with the new rules regarding the data manager. The appointment of a data administrator is mandatory if you:
a government agency or public organization