Privacy policy
Privacy policy
Privacy policy


This website is the responsibility of Áudea Seguridad de la Información, S.L., with NIF B83230326, a company with registered offices at Calle Ribera del Loira, 38, Planta 5º, Edificio 4, 28042 Madrid, an entity registered in the Mercantile Register of Madrid, Volume 17378, Book 0, Folio 20, Section 8, Page M-298172, 1st entry (hereinafter, Áudea).

Contact details of the Data Protection Delegate:


Áudea respects the privacy rights of its Users and recognises the importance of protecting the personal data that Áudea collects about its Users.

The purpose of this document is to inform the Users of the website about the processing of personal data carried out on this website.


In general, Áudea collects data from the Users of the website in 2 ways:

IP address. The IP address is a code that identifies the User’s Internet connection at a specific time. Only the User’s Internet access provider can identify the subscriber who was assigned an IP address at a specific time.
By the very nature of the server that supports this website, the User’s IP address is automatically recorded along with the date and time of access.

Cookies and similar. These are files that are downloaded to the User’s browser and can be subsequently read by the website. In this way, cookies allow various functionalities, such as, for example, recognising a User who has previously accessed the website by assigning them a unique identification code and being able to analyse the use of the website in order to improve it.
However, it is not possible to find out the identity of the User with this data, unless the User provides additional information by other means and these can be linked to their IP address or to the cookies they have downloaded.

In addition to the above, on this website you will find some forms for collecting personal data. In each of these forms you will find specific information about the processing of the data you provide through them.


This data is used solely to manage the normal use of the website and to carry out statistical analyses on the use of the website.


Áudea does not provide this information to any third party, unless obliged to do so by law (e.g. an official request in the context of a police investigation) or in the case of suppliers who provide services to Áudea for the maintenance, management and analysis of this website.


The processing of the IP address is technically necessary to enable connection to the website via the Internet.You may also consent to the use of cookies when accessing the website.


IP addresses will be retained for a period of 1 year.

Cookie information will be retained for a maximum of 2 years.


Data protection regulations guarantee Users the following rights:

Access: Allows the User to know what information is held, where it has been obtained from, to whom it has been provided and for what purposes it has been processed.

Rectification: Allows the User to rectify any erroneous or out-of-date data.

Rectification: Allows the User to rectify any erroneous or out-of-date

data.Opposition: Allows the User to stop the use of their data for a specific purpose.

Limitation: Allows the User to restrict the processing of their data, but in such a way that they are kept for a subsequent purpose.

Portability: Allows the User to obtain a copy of his/her data in electronic format and, in certain circumstances, to request that it be communicated to another service provider. It is only applicable to computerised processing carried out with the consent of the User or for the fulfilment of a contract.

Revocation of consent: Allows the User to withdraw the consent that, where applicable, has been given for the processing of his/her data.

Revocation of consent: Allows the User to withdraw the consent that, where applicable, has been given for the processing of his/her data.

In principle, Áudea cannot establish this link with any of the data it processes, unless the User is able to provide certain documentation that allows its identification (for example, a certificate from its Internet access provider indicating the IP address that the User was assigned on a specific date and at a specific time).

If Users wish further information in this respect or consider that their right to data protection has been violated, they may contact the Spanish Data Protection Agency ( or the Áudea Data Protection Delegate (