Privacy Policy

1. Who are we and why are we submitting this document?

1.1. MangustaRisk Limited is a company that pays close attention to the protection of personal data of its clients, visitors and users. The company guarantees that the processing of this data occurs in full respect of the protection and rights envisaged by EU Regulation n. 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data (hereinafter the “Regulation”) and by the Italian Personal Data Protection Code (Legislative Decree n. 196/2003 as amended by Legislative Decree n. 101/2018).

1.2. This Privacy Policy is intended to inform you on how you data will be processed during navigation of this website, in accordance with Articles 13 and 14 of the Regulation.

1.3. This information is valid for MangustaRisk Limited alone.

2. Who is the Proprietor of personal data?

2.1. The Proprietor of data processing (hereinafter “Proprietor”) is MangustaRisk Limited, C.F. and  P. Iva 13465971003, with headquarters in Via Atanasio Kircher, 7 – 00197 Rome (Italy), in the person of its legal representative Dott. Davide Cipparrone, domiciled in this function at the company headquarters.

2.2. You may contact the Processor at any time by:
a) Sending an e-mail to:

b) Mailing a letter to: in Via Atanasio Kircher, 7 – 00197 Rome (Italy), to the attention of the Privacy Office.

3. What categories of data do we process? For what purpose?

3.1. Navigation data

3.1.1. During their normal activity, information systems and software which perform the functions of this website acquire certain digital personal data whose transmission occurs automatically every time the Internet is used.

3.1.2. The data is not collected in order to be associated with specific individuals but, rather, for their very nature, through processing and matching with data held by third parties, allowing users of the site to be identified.

3.1.3. This data includes: IP address, the browser used by the user, user domain name, connection and/or request date and time.

3.1.4. This data is used by MangustaRisk Limited only to obtain anonymous statistical information regarding the site and to check its correct functioning.

3.2. Data provided voluntarily by the User

3.2.1. A User that decides to get in touch with the Proprietor by using one of the methods mentioned on the website or by filling in the contact forms available on this website voluntarily transmits certain data (eg. first name, last name, contact details) that will be used by MangustaRisk Limited to reply to any request.

3.2.2. The data you voluntarily transmit may be used for the following purposes:

a) to send marketing communications;

b) to carry out market research and studies;

3.2.3. The categories of data processed are easily determined based on the boxes you fill out. For example: first name, last name, contact details, payment details.

4. What happens if I don’t transmit the data requested?

4.1. In order to fill out the forms and access the services offered on the website, you must give consent the transfer of data marked with an asterisk. This is not mandatory, but failure to transmit all mandatory data will prevent you from participating in events and, in any case, receiving a reply. Boxes that are not marked with an asterisk are not mandatory. If you decide not to fill them out, you will still be able to access the services requested.

5. On what legal basis is personal data processed?

5.1. The legal basis for the processing of personal data is, depending on the circumstances:

a) your consent;

b) the need to reply to your question and/or request;

c) the need to execute a contract or pre-contractual measure requested by you;

d) the need to allow you to use this website.

Do not hesitate to contact us at to request additional information on the legal basis for data processing.

6. How is personal data processed?

6.1. Your data is processed in full compliance of the privacy laws in force. MangustaRisk Limited commits to handling your data, in paper or digital form, using tools and modalities that guarantee their security, in accordance with Article 32 of the Regulation as well as in full compliance with the Data Protection Authority guidelines.

7. Where is personal data processed?

7.1. Your data is processed within the European Union and is stored in dedicated digital and/or paper registers located within the European Union.

8. How long will personal data be processed for?

8.1. The data you submit is processed only for the time strictly necessary to complete the activities listed in point 3 and for the time prescribed by civil and fiscal laws in force.

8.2. In particular, we will process your data for marketing communication purposes until you inform us that you no longer wish to receive these communications. You may do this at any time by sending an email to: .

9. To whom can data be disclosed?

9.1. Your data can be disclosed to any of the following categories of subjects:

a) Data Processor: a company offering data storage services, web consulting services, database services to the Proprietor and to companies of the Group. To receive a full and updated list of Data Processors who can receive your information, do not hesitate to write us at:

b) Proprietor’s employees and people authorized to process data, who are trained and required to process data confidentially and in compliance with the privacy laws in force.

c) Judicial authorities or law enforcement agencies, upon request.

d) Public and private subjects who access the data by virtue of provisions laid down by the law, the Regulation or Community legislation or by the judiciary, within the limits foreseen by such norms.

10. What are my rights and how can I exert them?

10.1. We hereby inform you that you may exert the following rights:

a) right of access: at any time, you have the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not your personal data is being processed, obtain access to data processed and to the following information: purpose of the processing operation; categories of data concerned; recipients or categories of recipients to whom the data is disclosed. In particular, you may request to know whether said recipients are third countries or international organizations; storage period for your data or, if not possible, specific criteria used to determine such period; if the personal data is not collected before you, all available information on its origin; the involvement in any automated decision processes, including profiling. In such cases, you may request to obtain important information on the logic used, on its importance and on the consequences that processing may have on you. You may request to obtain the above-mentioned information in this Policy. For any further questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact us.

b) right to correction and/or integration: you have the right to correct your personal data if it is incorrect. Considering the purposes of the processing, you may also request to integrate your data if it is incomplete.

c) right to erasure: you have the right to request and obtain erasure of your personal data without undue delay and the Proprietor must erase all your data if even only one of these reasons applies: (i) your personal data is no longer necessary for the purposes indicated during data collection; (ii) you withdrew your consent to such processing and there is no legal basis for further processing; (iii) you objected to processing and there is no legitimate reason for processing; (iv) your personal data was unlawfully processed; (vi) your personal data must be deleted for legal reasons envisaged by a Community or National law.

d) right to processing limitation: you have the right to request and obtain processing limitation in the following cases: (i) you contested the accuracy of your data (the limitation will continue for the time necessary for the Proprietor to verify the accuracy of the data); (ii) the processing is unlawful but you contested the erasure of your personal data and, instead, asked that its use be limited; (iii) even if the Proprietor no longer needs your data for processing purposes, your personal data is needed to establish, exercise or defend a right before a court; (iv) you contested processing of data in accordance with Article 21 paragraph 1 of the Regulation and you are awaiting confirmation that the Proprietor’s legitimate reasons come before yours. In the event of processing limitation, your personal data shall be processed but not stored with your explicit consent, or used to establish, exercise or defend a right before a court, or to protect the rights of another natural or legal person, or for other reasons of substantial public interest. We shall inform your, in any case, before limitation is revoked.

e) right to oppose: you have the right to oppose the processing of your personal data at any time if (i) it is processed for direct marketing purposes, including profiling to the extent that such processing is linked to said marketing; (ii) the legal basis of the processing is intended to pursue a legitimate interest of the Proprietor.

f) right to data portability: you have the right to request and obtain all your personal data processed by the Proprietor in a structured and commonly used format, or request that the data be transferred to another Data Processor without hindrance. In this case, you will be in charge of providing the exact details of the new Processor to whom your data will be transferred, including your specific written authorization.

g) right to withdraw consent: if the legal basis of the processing is your consent, you have the right to withdraw it at any time without affecting the lawfulness of the processing carried out based on your previously-given consent. In this case, with immediate effect, your data will no longer be processed with the exception of its storage for the time imposed by civil and tax norms in force.

10.2. To exercise these rights, you may contact the Proprietor at any time by writing to:

10.3. We hereby remind you that you also have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority at any time, more specifically the Authority for the Protection of Personal Data or, alternatively, file a complaint before the judicial authority, pursuant to Articles 140-bis et seq. of the Italian Personal Data Protection Code (Legislative Decree n. 196/2003 as amended by Legislative Decree n. 101/2018).

MangustaRisk Limited reserves the right to amend or update this document, partly or completely, following changes to applicable legislation and/or indications by competent authorities.