Legal notice & Privacy

Legal notice & Privacy

Legal information

his website, accessible from the address is published by : CFAST, Société par Actions Simplifiée (SAS) 11 rue François Mitterrand 21850 Saint-Apollinaire with a capital of 100 000 euros. Telephone: (+33) 3 80 23 74 51 SIRET number: 53323504000037

Director of the publication: Paul-Antoine Gerbay

Website creation: PROPULSE, creative agency
Photo credits : @adobe stock, @cfast

Hosting: OVH, 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France.


The information contained on is strictly informative in nature and does not entail any contractual commitment on the part of, which reserves the right to modify its characteristics and content at any time. The information, names and trademarks, and more generally all the documents presented on this site are protected.

General warning

Our services make every effort to provide users of the site with reliable information. However, despite all the care taken, the site may contain inaccuracies, updating defects or errors. CFAST declines all responsibility in the event of unavailability of certain services offered on the site. We thank the users of the site for informing us of any omissions or errors, and for proposing corrections by e-mail to the following address:

Hypertext Links

The creation of hypertext links to the site is subject to the prior agreement of the Publication Director (write to The hypertext links established towards other sites from cannot, in any case, engage the responsibility of CFAST.

Technical information

It is reminded that the secrecy of correspondence cannot be guaranteed on the Internet and that it is up to each user to take all the appropriate precautionary measures in order to protect their own data and/or software from the contamination of possible viruses circulating on the Internet.

Protection of personal data

The purpose of this section is to inform you about the way in which the company CFAST (hereinafter “CFAST” or “we”), Société par Actions Simplifiée (SAS), with its registered office at 11 rue François Mitterrand 21850 Saint-Apollinaire, SIRET N°: 53323504000037, treats the personal data of the users of its Internet site CFAST is concerned to ensure the protection of the private life of the persons concerned and to guarantee the respect of the applicable legal and regulatory provisions, in particular the Law n° 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, files and freedoms and the European Regulation n°2016/679 of April 27, 2016 known as “General Data Protection Regulation” or “RGPD”). In the text below, words beginning with a capital letter have the meaning given to them by this regulation, the full text of which can be consulted here. CFAST is the Data Controller and as such determines the purposes for which it processes your Personal Data and the means of processing.

What categories of personal data are processed?

The Data concerned may vary according to the category of user of the site to which you belong:

The Data concerned may vary according to the category of user of the site to which you belong:

Data collected for any user of the site: during the use of the CFAST website, the technical and navigation information of the users is collected and processed by cookies or similar technologies. For more information, please see our Cookie Management Policy below.

Users filling in the contact form: when you fill in and submit our contact form, we process your identity data, your contact details and any information you provide in connection with your request.

Candidates: when you respond to our job offers or collaboration, or send an unsolicited application via our site, we process your identity data, your contact details, all the information contained in your message and the attachments to your application (in particular CV and covering letter).

Clients and commercial partners of CFAST: within the framework of the execution of its missions, CFAST is led to process personal data concerning its clients and, if necessary, their members, employees, agents and managers. For the needs of its activities, CFAST is also required to process the personal data of its commercial partners, service providers and their employees. The information on these processing operations is the subject of a dedicated notice, given to clients and partners and is not provided in this document.

On which legal basis do we process personal data and what are the purposes of our processing?

CFAST processes the Personal Data of the users of its site for the following purposes

management of the answers to the users’ requests via the contact form; processing of applications and selection of candidates; management of a database of candidates; analysing the audience and the navigation of its site; to ensure and improve the security of its site; to manage cookies under the conditions defined by the Cookies Policy.

The legal basis for the processing thus implemented is pre-contractual measures taken at the request of the user (measures prior to the exercise of a mission entrusted to the firm or to an employment contract, internship or collaboration), the consent of the person concerned given for the use of cookies, the legitimate interest of CFAST to have a database of candidates and to contact them, the legitimate interest of CFAST to monitor the activity of its website, to improve it and to ensure its security.

How long do we keep your personal data?

CFAST keeps the personal data of the users of its site for the time necessary to achieve the purpose.

Management of responses to users’ requests: Data is kept for the time necessary to process the request, and then, if necessary, for the time necessary to carry out the mission entrusted to us

Processing of applications: Unless the applicant objects, his or her data is kept for 2 years from the date of receipt.

Management of cookies – analysis of the audience and navigation on the site – security and operation of the site: Retention period limited to a maximum of 13 months For more information, please consult our cookie management policy

Who are the recipients of your personal data?

The personal data of the users of the CFAST site are only intended for its staff. Its service providers and subcontractors can also take cognizance of it in the framework of their mission.

Where are your personal data kept?

CFAST keeps the personal data of the users of its site within the European Union. It is not processed outside this territory.

Your rights

Any person whose Personal Data is collected and processed by CFAST has the following rights, under the conditions and within the limits provided for by the regulations:

The right to withdraw consent: where processing is based on the consent of the data subject, the data subject has the right to withdraw consent at any time, without prejudice to the lawfulness of the processing carried out prior to withdrawal.

The right of access: the data subject has the right to obtain from CFAST confirmation as to whether or not personal data relating to him or her are being processed and, where they are, access to such personal data and the information referred to in Article 15 of the General Data Protection Regulation.

The right to rectification: the data subject has the right to obtain from CFAST, as soon as possible, the rectification of personal data concerning him/her that are inaccurate or complete.

The right to erasure: in the cases provided for by the regulations, the data subject has the right to obtain from CFAST the erasure of personal data concerning him/her.

The right to limitation of processing: the data subject has the right to obtain from CFAST the limitation of processing in the cases provided for by the regulations.

The right to portability: in the cases provided for by the regulations, the data subject has the right to receive personal data concerning him or her in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format.

The right to object: in the cases provided for by the regulation, the data subject has the right to object at any time, on grounds relating to his or her particular situation, to the processing of personal data concerning him or her based on the legitimate interest of CFAST. With regard to the processing of personal data for canvassing purposes, the data subject shall have the right to object at any time to such processing.

The right to give instructions concerning the use of data after death: the data subject has the right to define instructions concerning the conservation, erasure and communication of his/her personal data after his/her death. To exercise one of these rights, the person concerned may send a request by email: or by post: CFAST, 11 rue François Mitterrand 21850 Saint-Apollinaire France.

Finally, the person concerned by a processing operation carried out by CFAST has the right to lodge a complaint with the competent authority. In France, this is the Commission Nationale Informatiques et Libertés (3, Place de Fontenoy, 75007 PARIS).

Cookie management policy

The purpose of this section is to inform you about the use of cookies linked to your use of the site. participates in and complies with all the Specifications and Policies of the Transparency & Consent Framework of the IAB Europe. uses the Consent Management Platform n°92.

You can change your choices at any time by clicking on the Cookies Settings button at the bottom of the window.


Cookies are computer files deposited in the user’s terminal when browsing a website. The cookies used on the site are intended to ensure its operation, security, measure its audience and thus improve its performance and interest. These purposes are presented in detail below.

reCAPTCHA: This cookie detects attempts to complete our forms by robots or similar technologies – it protects the site against automatic software and risks of intrusion

YouTube: Stores the user’s video playback preferences for embedded YouTube videos

Sendinblue: This cookie keeps a history for the website chat. : These cookies allow to measure the audience of the website (user visits, pages consulted)

Polylang : This cookie allows to keep your language preferences on the website.

Accepting or refusing cookies / How to oppose the use of cookies?
In accordance with the regulations, the installation of technical and functional cookies used by our site is not subject to your consent. Our audience measurement cookies, which require your consent, are implemented by You can read their privacy policy here: When you first visit our site, a banner informs you of the use of cookies and offers you the opportunity to accept or refuse those subject to your consent. You can modify your choices at any time from the cookie management interface. You can also choose to delete or deactivate cookies directly from your browser. Each browser offers different settings. CFAST invites users to consult the dedicated pages of each browser:

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Period of validity of consent to the use of cookies

All of our cookies are stored by your browser for a maximum of 13 months from their installation. The information collected through them is kept for a maximum of 25 months. For more information on how cookies work and their regulations, you can consult the pages of the CNIL website dedicated to websites, cookies and other tracers at the following address:

Protection of intellectual property rights

The Web Site and each of the elements that make it up, and in particular the texts, articles, newsletters, press releases, presentations, brochures, illustrations, photographs, and all other constituent elements are the exclusive intellectual property of CFAST, with the exception of third party brands that may be cited. The user is not authorised to reproduce, represent, modify, translate and/or adapt, partially or totally, for a fee or free of charge, the website and each of the elements that make it up, nor to reproduce or represent such translations, adaptations and modifications, partially or totally, for a fee or free of charge, without the prior written consent of CFAST. Any short quotation must indicate the name of its author and, if applicable, the date and publication number of the document quoted.

Cookies deposit by Sirdata

Sirdata is a data marketing company that allows its Clients to send relevant offers to Users according to their interests.
The Data collected by Sirdata is kept for a maximum of 365 days, depending on the purpose of the processing, in accordance with the laws in force and the principle of minimisation.
For more information:
You wish to deactivate the collection of your data by Sirdata: