With regard to the processing of personal data, the data subject must be provided with the information specified in the GDPR in a concise, comprehensible and easily accessible form. This is often done in the form of privacy statements, which are published, for example, on the organisation's website.
Where personal data have not been collected from the data subject himself, the descriptions shall state, in addition to the basic content:
All security incidents are addressed in a consistent manner to improve security based on what has happened.
In the incident treatment process:
The data in a data store are, in principle, only available to that controller and under the same responsibility. If you pass data on to another organization for other use, you must clearly inform about it and state e.g. the recipient of the transfer and the legal basis.
Privacy communications should be concise, easy to understand and easily accessible. To develop privacy communications, we test our communications for different uses by providing a snapshot of the privacy communications to a test group selected from among data subjects, and modifying the communications based on their feedback.
The purposes of the processing of personal data will change as the business develops. Privacy communications should stay up-to-date and reflect the actual state of processing.
We regularly make sure that all processing purposes are mentioned in communications (e.g. privacy statements), that the processing is accurately described, and that communications are provided to data subjects within the required time limits.