This data protection guideline is applicable to all companies of Internorm Bauelemente GmbH, for short Internorm. These guidelines comes into effect with 25.5.2018 and is valid as minimum standard for the processing of person-specific data.
PURPOSE OF DATA PROCESSING
Internorm only processes person-specific data of partners, customers and suppliers for the sole purpose of performing business activities and the fulfilment of legal or contractual requirements connected with it or with legitimate interest.
RULES OF PROCESSING PERSON-SPECIFIC DATA
Processing of person-specific data at Internorm is based upon strict principles which regard protection and security of data as well as the rights of the affected person as one of the highest priorities.
LAWFULNESS & TRANSPARENCY
Data processing is carried out in a legal way, in good faith. The person concerned is informed of the planned processing (purpose) and the handling of data during the collecting of data.
Data is collected and processed at defined, explicit and legal purpose. Processing of data is not carried out in a way which has not been agreed on for one of these purposes.
Only such data is collected and processed which is mandatory for the stated purposes.
MEMORY LIMITATION AND DELETION
Person-specific data will be deleted as soon as the purpose for which they were originally collected, expires and legal retention periods do not prevent from deletion.
Data secrecy applies to person-specific data. Data has to be handled as confidential and is protected from unauthorised access, unlawful manipulation or transfer as well as loss and damage through appropriate organisational and technical measures.
Person-specific data will be kept correct, complete and up to date. Appropriate measures are taken to correct incorrect or incomplete data if necessary (e.g. when affected persons enquire).
REQUIREMENT FOR DATA SECRECY
All employees of the Internorm group of companies and employees of the distribution partners are required by contract to confidentiality and are regularly reminded of safe handling of person-specific and other sensitive data and trained if necessary.
Protection of confidentiality, availability and integrity of data is a significant task of Internorm. This applies equally to trade and business secrets, customer data, person-specific data and other sensitive information.
To this end, technical and organisational state of the art security measures and internationally recognised best practices as well as security standards are established and continually improved.
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Cookies are little text files which are placed on your computer and saved by your browser. Cookies do not damage your computer and do not contain any viruses. We do not collect any personal data from you. You can deactivate cookies on your browser. Thus cookies can no longer be saved on your computer.
If you send us an email, your email address will only be used in correspondence with you. Please note that there can be security loopholes with data Transmission on the internet. Complete data protection without access by third parties is not possible.
Data protection coordination
In accordance with the importance of data protection, Internorm has decided to nominate a data protection committee. This will be available as point of contact for affected parties and for the data protection authority and will look after data protection issues within the business group.
You are welcome to get in touch with questions and to exercise your rights as an individual via firstname.lastname@example.org.