Informativa sulla privacy


Dear user, in accordance with the legislative decree 30th June 2003, n.196 and subsequent changes concerning data protection (herein the “rules”), Vertis SGR SpA (herein the “company”) needs to provide you with all the information about the use of your personal data, being a data controller.
This policy also refers to the people who carry out technical and organisational tasks for data protection on behalf or in favour of the company, as mentioned in paragraph 1.


  1. Purposes and methods of data protection

The company protects those data that the user provides when signing up on their website.
The data are protected by the company:

a. to fulfil legal obligations;
b. to reply to the user’s queries, as well as to send informative material.

The company works with third parties that carry out control functions or consulting activities for the company itself.
The company and their third parties use electronic and automated tools for data protection while guaranteeing data security and confidentiality. Personal data are only used within the time frame that is necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected.
Providing your personal data is optional, but it can be useful to sign up and submit queries.


  1. Navigation data

The computer systems and the software used collect some personal data, the transmission of which is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols TCP/IP.
These data are not collected to associate them with identified users. However, due to their nature, they could be used to identify the users through the data processing of third parties.
“IP addresses” belong to this category, as well as the domain names of the users’ computers, URI addresses (Uniform Resource Identifier) of the requested resources, the time of request, the method used to submit the request to the web server, the file size obtained in response, the numeric code indicating the status of the server response (good, error and so on) and other parameters related to the operating system and the computer environment. Thanks to these data, the company gain anonymous statistical information about the use and correct functioning of their website. Such data can also be used to detect liability for hypothetical cybercrime through the website to the detriment of the company. Apart from this case, all data do not persist for more than a few days.


  1. Categories of data

As per the indicated purposes, personal data (name, surname, company, email) inserted by the user when signing up are protected. The company does not need to protect those data that the law defines as “sensitive” (e.g health status, political and trade union opinions, religion) and/or judicial. Consequently, we kindly ask you not to provide the company with this kind of data.


  1. Categories of individuals to whom data can be communicated as they are in charge of data protection.

Due to the purposes described in this policy, the company may need to communicate their own personal data to individuals that carry out technical and organisational tasks for data protection on their behalf or in their favour, as mentioned in paragraph 1.
The recipients of the communication described in this policy operate autonomously, as they are data controllers or have been designated as data controllers by the company.
Those who are responsible for data protection have access to the company’s personal data to carry out their own tasks. In particular, the company’s employees and partners in the Administrative, Management, Compliance and Risk Management areas and the CEO can become aware of the company’s personal data, as well as the individuals appointed by the company for data protection. For more information about the individuals who are aware of personal data, you can send an email to the email address provided in paragraph 7.
The data voluntarily provided by the users will in no case be communicated or disclosed to third parties.


  1. Link

The company’s website includes the links of all the companies on which Vertis SGR SpA invested. The company is not responsible for the content of external websites, to which the user can access only to retrieve some information, thus not implying that these same websites are either approved or protected by the company. Additionally, the company is not responsible for the privacy policy of the other websites. When going to other websites, it’s important to read their privacy policy. The present policy is only about data protection for this company’s website.


  1. Rights mentioned in article 7 of the Legislative Decree 30th June 2003, n. 196

Please note that this privacy policy entails specific rights to which the user is entitled. In particular, each user is entitled to obtain:

a. a confirmation of the existence/non-existence of their personal data, even if they have not signed up yet, and their communication in an intelligible form;
b. information about the origin and use of personal data, as well as data protection via electronic tools;
c. information about the identity of data controllers and all the individuals to whom personal data may be communicated as they are responsible for data protection;
d. cancellation, transformation into an anonymous form of data or blocking of personal data processed in violation of the law, as well as any kind of update concerning personal data.

The user is entitled to object to data protection for legitimate reasons, despite being relevant to the purpose of data collection. They can also object to data protection for advertising, sales, market research and commercial purposes.


  1. Data controllers

Vertis SGR SpA is the data controller and is registered to n. 110 of the register of SGR, with a registered office in Naples, via Francesco Caracciolo n. 17. The requests concerning the rights mentioned in article 7 of the Legislative Decree can be sent to the email address The requests concerning the identity of the other people who are responsible for data protection on behalf of the company, as well as the requests mentioned in paragraph 6, letters a), b) and c) may also be formulated verbally.


  1. Changes to the privacy policy

This privacy policy is subject to changes that can be found on the company’s website.

Cookie policy


This page describes different ways of site management with reference to the use of cookies and data protection.


Cookies are small text files that visited websites send to the user’s terminal (desktop, tablet, smartphone, laptop), where they are stored, and then they are transmitted back to the same websites on the next visit. Cookies are used to facilitate authentication, monitor sessions and store information on the websites (without “technical” cookies, some operations would be very difficult to carry out).


During web navigation, the user can also receive cookies that are sent by different sites and web servers (the so-called third parties) on which some elements (e.g. images, maps, sounds, links to pages of other domains) that are in the site they are visiting may depend. Our website uses TECHNICAL cookies.


These cookies allow the user to find information easily by simplifying the connection and data transmission between user and site. In particular, we use: temporary and permanent navigation and session cookies, which guarantee the normal navigation and use of the website, thus allowing, for example, to save information related to the navigation, store data to keep the browsing session active and/or save information related to the “full screen” on/off settings in the web navigation.



Analytics third-party cookies


We use Google Analytics cookies to gain information about the use of our website. These cookies, which are similar to the technical cookies, monitor the most visited areas of the site, improve its content, facilitate its use and monitor its correct functioning.


The analytics cookies that are used are set by a different website from the one that the user is visiting. This happens because each site can have some elements (e.g. images, maps, sounds, specific links to webpages of other domains and so on) that are on different servers from the one of the visited site.


We allow third parties to use analytics cookies on our website to store information anonymously in order to have reports about our web navigation.
To read the report and consent of third parties: click here​.



Cookies and browser settings


You can authorise, restrict or block cookies through your browser settings. Nevertheless, if you set your device to refuse technical cookies, some services of the site may not be seen correctly or work properly.


In this section, you can find how to disable cookies in your browser. If your browser is not in the list below, please follow the instructions on your browser about cookie management.


Internet Explorer version 6 or higher

  • Select “Tools” in your browser toolbar
  • Select “Internet Options”
  • ​Select “Privacy” and then click “Advanced”
  • Select “Override automatic cookie handling”
  • De-activate “First-party cookies” by selecting “Block”
  • De-activate “Third-party cookies” by selecting “Block”
  • De-activate “Session cookies” by deselecting “Always allow session cookies”
  • Click “OK”


Firefox version 9 or higher

  • Select “Tools” in your browser toolbar
  • Select “Options”
  • ​Select “Privacy”
  • From the History section, choose the option “use custom settings”
  • De-activate the cookies by unchecking “Accept cookies from websites”
  • Click “OK”


Google Chrome version 24 or higher

  • Select “Chrome Menu” in your browser toolbar
  • Select “Settings”
  • Select “Show advanced settings”
  • Click “Content settings” in the section “Privacy”
  • De-activate all the cookies by selecting “Block sites from setting any data” and “Block third-party cookies and site data”
  • Click “OK”