If you’re an owner or employee in your organization who handles data, this is you. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the toughest privacy and security law in the world. Though it was drafted and passed by the European Union (EU), it imposes obligations onto organizations anywhere, so long as they target or collect data related to people in the EU. The GDPR will levy harsh fines against those who violate its privacy and security standards, with penalties reaching into the tens of millions of euros. Tresorit is a Switzerland-based cloud storage service used by over 10,000 organizations.

There are also rules on how we must provide it to you and when we should do so. You have the right to request that your information is not used in certain ways. A circumstance in which you may wish to make this request could be that HFRS no longer need the personal data but you need us to retain it so you can establish, exercise or defend a legal claim.

To get started with DPOaaS, simply reach out to our team through the contact form or contact information provided on the DPOaaS service page. We will schedule a consultation to discuss your organization’s requirements, provide you with a tailored solution, and guide you through the implementation process. Churches and ministries are the heart of what we do at Planning Center…As their data management providers, trust is our number one most valuable asset. By working with Calligo, we’ve greatly increased the trust our churches have with us and the trust their congregations have with them, empowering them to do their jobs even better.

How Do We Keep Your Personal Data Secure?

Some of the rights listed above apply only in certain situations, and some have a limited effect. Your rights are explained further in the Subject Rights Procedure on our website, as is how to make a request under one or more of them. Linked to the Single Customer Account, My Doncaster is your unique account on our website. By registering and signing in, you are able to do things like keeping track of any requests you’ve made with us for service, get email updates on them and bookmark pages. Some of these rights depend on why the information is being used and considerations can be complex, please see the Policy for full details.

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Granicus and govDelivery does not use your email addresses or preferences for anything other than providing the service to the Council and will not pass on your email address for promotional purposes to any other person or organisation (third parties). We know that the personal and financial circumstances of people who refer complaints to us can be very sensitive, and we handle people’s information with care and discretion. itservice-datenschutz in the public register of data controllers can be seen online on the Information Commissioner’s website.

Your Data Matters

Everyone working for NWAS must comply with data protection legislation and the Common Law Duty of Confidentiality. Information provided to us will be used in confidence and only for the purposes explained to you and to which you consented, unless there are other circumstances covered by the law. We also help companies ensure that specific technology-based products and services meet legal requirements at all stages of development. We have an impressive understanding of how technology works at a data level and are regularly asked to advise on issues such as AI and machine learning, adtech, facial recognition, digital health, app development and cloud computing. We live in a digital age and people need to have control over their personal data. Information about the data protection law and what it means can be found on the website of the Information Commissioner.

If we need to collect and process Personal Data by law, or under a contract we have entered into with you, and you fail to provide the required Personal Data when requested, we may not be able to perform our contract with you. Your Personal Data may be collected, transferred to and stored by us in the United States and by our affiliates and third parties (as disclosed in the full Privacy Statement) in other countries. Therefore, your Personal Data may be processed outside your  country or jurisdiction, including in places that may not provide the same level of protection.

The request should include details and provide evidence of who you are (e.g. driving licence, passport, birth certificate, utility bills). You should also provide as much detail as possible regarding the information you wish to access (e.g. where and by whom information is believed to be held, specific details of information required). Processing personal data is the name given to anything that we do with your personal data that we hold. Whether you’re looking to process and/or transfer your data from the European Economic Area (EEA) or the United Kingdom (U.K.), we’re here to help you with your data protection obligations. We pair our seamless end-user experience with an unmatched level of frictionless security, enhanced visibility, and meticulous control.

Having your data in order also reduces the risk of personal information getting lost, stolen or used in ways your customers wouldn’t expect. This means that being certified through an ICO approved certification scheme can assist you in showing how you are complying with, and implementing, data protection by design and by default. The Accountability Framework looks at the ICO’s expectations in relation to data protection by design. Keep the interest of individuals paramount in the design and implementation of any system or service, eg by offering strong privacy defaults, providing individuals with controls, and ensuring appropriate notice is given.

Requests made on your behalf (for example, by a solicitor, relative or friend) will require written evidence of their authority to make such a request and must satisfy us that they are entitled to do so. Any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person, whereby the person can be identified, directly or indirectly. Under the UK GDPR, consent needs to be freely given, informed, unambiguous, specific (granular) and a clear affirmative action. Consent cannot be inferred from silence, from pre-ticked boxes or from inactivity.