Privacystatement ICT Institute
This is the old privacy statement of ICT Institute (trade name of ICTI BV), hereinafter referred to as ICT Institute. ICT Institute takes privacy very seriously and the people of ICT Institute do their best to respect everyone’s privacy, to process as little personal data as possible and to protect all personal data as well as possible. Our latest privacy and cookiestatement can be found here.
As an example of a short privacy statement, we have kept this page. A privacystatement must cover the following items:
- The data processing activies in which personal data is processed. Below we have listed two activities: the website and our other services provisioning. Per activity you should list the legal basis, type of data processed, subprocessors and data retention.
- What rights people have, including right to access their inforation, correction, erasure and portability
- Contact details
- The right to complain to the data protection authority (The Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens since we are based in The Netherlands).
Privacy on the ictinstitute.nl website
The newsletter of ICT Institute is a service of Getrevue. Everyone can register and deregister directly from Getrevue itself. The email address that you enter on our website is only used for registration with the newsletter and otherwise not processed by us. You can find the privacy statement here: https://www.getrevue.co/privacy
The contact form on the website is used to create an email that is sent to an employee of SoftwareZaken / ICT Institute. The data are not further processed and saved.
Privacy in our other service provisions
The services of ICT Institute consist of giving advice and sharing knowledge. We do this in tailor-made projects and also in workshops. We do not have the goal to collect personal data. Before/during a project we communicate with you by phone/email, after projects we send an invoice, and it could happen that we receive personal data during the project itself. In that case we ensure that your personal data are processed in accordance with the GDPR and in a proper and careful manner.
Exchange and processors
We pay for the use of Dropbox as central cloud storage for documents. The Dropbox privacy statement contains information about Dropbox security (https://www.dropbox.com/privacy). Dropbox is not established in the EU, but complies with the Privacy-Shield agreement (https://www.privacyshield.gov).
Partial use is made of email functions offered by Google. More information about privacy by Google can be found here: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en. Google is not based in the EU, but complies with the Privacy-Shield agreement (https://www.privacyshield.gov).
Your privacy rights
If you want to know what personal data is processed by ICT Institute, you can send a written request for access to the postal address mentioned in the footer. ICT Institute will handle your request within three weeks. We may ask you to identify yourself.
Should your information appear to be incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant? Then you can make an additional request to have your details changed or supplemented. You can also ask for deletion of your data. You can also request to limit the processing of your data or object to it.
In theory, you may invoke your right to data portability. This means that you will receive your information in a form in which you can easily pass it on to another organization if you wish. In practice, however, we have little to no personal data and there is little or nothing to transfer.
Should you have a complaint about our processing of personal data, you can lodge a complaint with the Dutch supervisory authority Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens.
Within our organization, we apply security measures to ensure an appropriate level of security. See more about our information security policy here.
Storage term personal data
ICT Institute does not store personal data it processes for longer than is necessary for the purpose of the data processing. Or as long as required by the Dutch Archives Act.