About this policy notice The Executive Press is dedicated to adhering to privacy laws that apply to both you and Rialto Group’s businesses, which establish standards for the processing of personal data. Privacy laws applicable to you may grant you the right to be informed about Rialto Group’s collection and use of your personal data. This policy notice aims to provide you with that information.

Privacy laws may grant you significant privacy rights regarding your personal data, in addition to the rights mentioned in this policy notice. Links to the websites of several countries’ privacy regulators can be found at the privacy contact details below – your country’s regulator may be able to provide you with further information.

We may have supplementary terms pertinent to Rialto Group’s collection and use of your personal data. These are crucial. They may stipulate specific contract commitments and consents from you to Rialto Group, as well as other legitimate grounds for Rialto Group’s personal data processing, depending on the nature of your interactions.

Rialto Group has distinct policies concerning its employees – this policy does not apply to the personal data of employees in their capacity as such.

Personal data and personal information This policy notice refers to “personal data.” In some places, the law refers to this as “personal information.” These terms are used interchangeably and have the meaning of the term for personally identifying information about individuals under the privacy law applicable to you in your country (the relevant country’s laws being referred to as “your privacy law”) for example, “personal data” under the UK Data Protection Act 1998 (UK Act) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and “personal information” under the Australian Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Australian Act).

Controller For the purpose of a provision in your privacy law that requires you to be made aware of the controller of your personal data, this is Rialto Group Pty Ltd.

Who we are In this policy notice, Rialto Group Pty Ltd and its subsidiaries and related group entities are separately and collectively referred to as “The Executive Press,” “us,” “our,” or “we.” You can learn more about us by visiting The Executive Press’s contact details are available at the privacy contact details below.

Lawful bases for processing In collecting, holding, and using your personal data, The Executive Press typically relies on one or more of consent, contract, and legitimate interests. Under “Why we collect, hold, use and disclose personal data,” details of these bases are provided. These are referred to in the UK Acts and GDPR as “lawful bases.”

Important information about consent: In some instances, your privacy law may necessitate The Executive Press to obtain consent before processing personal data. Explicit consent may be required in some cases, for example, concerning health information and may be necessary from a child’s parent or guardian concerning children’s personal data. Some privacy laws also mandate consent for the use of specific personal data for direct marketing.

Where we require such consent, the media through which the relevant personal data is collected will generally include a mechanism for your consent. For example, we only authorize the use of The Executive Press’s online sites subject to our Cookies Policy (a link to which is and other terms that are notified via such site.

What kinds of personal data we collect and hold The personal data we collect and hold is what we consider reasonably necessary for our business functions and activities. When we collect and hold personal data, it is generally of the kind we ask for to provide our goods and services and what arises from that.

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