Under the French law no. 2004-575 dated June 21, 2004 related to trust in the digital economy, the various stakeholders who worked on building and maintaining the website are stated below.


Owner : SAS RISC – Share capital : 5000€ – VAT number : FR48853635514 – Adress : 66 avenue des Champs Elysées 75008 Paris – Phone : +33 1 83 64 22 83

Publishing manager : Protto François – 

Webmaster : Baudu Lucie – –

Host : ovh – 2 rue Kellermann 59100 Roubaix 1007


This Website is intellectual work and as such is protected by the French Intellectual Property Code and applicable international regulations.

Reusing, assigning or leveraging any of the Website’s parts or works by the User on their own account is strictly prohibited.

By using the Risc website, the User fully agrees to and complies with the terms of service described below.

As these terms may be amended from time to time, the User should review them on a regular basis.

Under normal conditions, this Website can be accessed at any time. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Risc can decide to put it down temporarily for maintenance purposes, in which case the company will do its best to notify the planned downtime in advance.

The Risc Website is updated on a regular basis.

Similarly, the legal notice can be modified from time to time. Since they are binding, Users should review them as often as possible to ensure they are familiar with any changes.


The purpose of the Risc website is to provide information about the company’s various operations. Risc strives to provide on its Website information that is as accurate as possible.

However, the company cannot be held responsible for any omissions, inaccuracies or lack of updating, whether caused by itself or by third-party partners providing this information. The details given on the Risc website are for information only and subject to change. Furthermore, they are not comprehensive. They are provided subject to potential changes made after they were published online.


Risc owns the intellectual property rights and holds the rights to use any element available on the Website, including, but not limited to, text, images, graphics, logos, audio/video clips and icons. Reproduction, representation, amendment, publishing or adapting of any part of the Website, whatever the means or process used, is forbidden without prior written approval from Risc. Unauthorized use of the Website or any of its parts will be deemed an infringement and lead to prosecution according to the provisions of articles L.335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code.


Risc acts as the Website publisher. Risc is responsible for the quality and accuracy of the content published on its Website. Risc cannot be held responsible for direct or indirect damage caused to the User’s hardware when accessing the website.


We hereby inform our Users of the regulations governing marketing communications, the French law dated June 21, 2004 related to trust in the digital economy, the French Freedom of Information Act of August 06, 2004 as well as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR: no. 2016-679).

6.1 Responsables de la collecte des données personnelles

Pour les Données Personnelles collectées dans le cadre de l’utilisation du formulaire de contact et du formulaire de candidature par l’Utilisateur et de sa navigation sur le Site, le responsable du traitement des Données Personnelles est Risc, représenté par Protto François, son représentant légal.

En tant que responsable du traitement des données qu’il collecte, Risc s’engage à respecter le cadre des dispositions légales en vigueur. Il lui appartient d’établir les finalités de ses traitements de données, de fournir à ses prospects et clients, à partir de la collecte de leurs consentements, une information complète sur le traitement de leurs données personnelles et de maintenir un registre des traitements conforme à la réalité.

6.2 Purpose of collected data

Risc only collects information related to filled and submitted contact or application forms (surname, first name, email address, phone number, attached documents, etc.).

This data is used solely for contacting purposes and will not be used for advertising or marketing purposes, nor otherwise distributed other than for recruitment purposes, unless explicitly agreed in writing by the applicant afterwards.

Risc will not sell your personal data, which is only used if needed.

6.3 Right to access, correct and refuse

Under the applicable EU regulations, users of the Risc Website have the following rights:

  • Right to access (Article 15 GDPR), correct (Article 16 GDPR), update, complete their data; right to block or delete their personal data (Article 17 GDPR) when inaccurate, incomplete, unreliable or outdated, or whose collection, use, disclosure or storage is prohibited
  • Right to withdraw consent at any time (Article 13-2c GDPR)
  • Right to limit Users’ data processing (article 18 GDPR)
  • Right to refuse Users’ data processing (article 21 GDPR)
  • Right to Users’ data portability when such data is subject to automated processing based on their consent or a contract (Article 20 GDPR)
  • Right to decide what to do with their data after the User’s decease as well as designate the third party to whom Risc shall disclose (or not) their data

As soon as Risc becomes aware of a User’s decease and in the absence of instructions from the latter, Risc shall destroy the User’s data, unless it must be retained for evidence or legal purposes. In order to ask Risc about the way their personal data is used or exercise their right to correct or refuse, Users can contact Risc in writing at the following address:


66 avenue des Champs Elysées, 75008 Paris, France

In such cases, Users must state which personal data should be corrected, updated or deleted by Risc and join a copy of a valid government ID (identity card or passport) to their request. Personal data deletion requests are subject to Risc’s legal requirements, in particular those related to retaining or storing documents.

Lastly, Users of the Risc Website may file a complaint with supervisory authorities, in particular the CNIL (

6.4 Non-disclosure of personal data


Risc shall not process, host or transfer any collected personal information to a country located outside the European Union or identified as “non-adequate” by the European Commission without giving prior notice to Users.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, Risc can freely choose its technical and commercial subcontractors, provided they offer sufficient warranties under the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR: no. 2016-679).

Risc shall take all reasonable precautions to protect personal data, in particular to prevent their disclosure to unauthorized third parties.

However, in case RISC becomes aware of an incident affecting the integrity or confidentiality of personal data, the Company shall promptly notify Users of the event and of corrective measures taken.

Moreover, Risc shall not collect any “sensitive data”.

Within the limits of their respective responsibilities and for the aforementioned purposes, Risc’s customer service agents are the ones who are most likely to have access to the Website Users’ data.


Despite our best efforts, no means of online electronic transmission or electronic storage is totally safe.

As a result, we cannot guarantee absolute security.

If we become aware of a security breach, we will notify the affected Users so that they can take appropriate action.

Our incident notification processes comply with every legal requirement, whether national or European.

We shall keep our Users fully informed of any matter related to the security of their account, and provide them with all the information needed to help them comply with their own regulatory reporting requirements.


The Risc Website contains a number of hypertext links redirecting to other websites. These links have been added with Risc’s permission.

Risc cannot review the content of such websites, and therefore cannot be held responsible for their content.


Any dispute arising from using the Risc Website shall be governed by French law.

Unless prohibited by law, such disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent courts of Paris, France.