At Nostradamus, we think it is very important that your data is handled properly. That is why we explain in this privacy statement which data we collect and why we do this. You can also read what you can do if you do not agree.
All personal data that we collect within Nostradamus is stored securely and is only accessible to employees who need this data. We do this by applying technical, security and organizational measures.
Who are we?
Nostradamus ICT is located in Breda, Tramsingel 3, postcode 4814 AB and facilitates its customers with a SaaS solution called Nostradamus.
Wie is verantwoordelijk?
Personal data is stored, consulted and changed within the Nostradamus software.
In a legal sense, the employer of the employee whose data this concerns can be regarded as responsible for this processing: he or she determines the purpose of this processing and the means required for this.
Nostradamus ICT is engaged for the processing of this personal data and in a legal sense is the processor: Nostradamus processes the data on behalf of the employer.
Nostradamus ICT is engaged by the employer to facilitate the use of the application, Nostradamus.
Information for which we are responsible ourselves is discussed in the next paragraph.
What data do we collect and why?
We ourselves collect data from (potential) customers and potential employees who contact us by telephone, e-mail or via our website. This concerns contact details. We keep this information in order to provide you with the best possible service.
We may collect the following information from (potential) customers:
- First and last name. This way we can address you properly.
- Company name and possibly departments or teams.
- Phone number. This allows us to contact you if necessary.
- E-mail address. This is also a means of contacting you.
We may collect the following information from (potential) employees:
- Name and address details; email addresses and other contact details. We can contact them and, if necessary, form a file.
- Age and gender.
- Curriculum Vitae (CV); information about education, internships and work experience. This way we can assess whether you, as a potential employee, are eligible for the open position.
- Other data that (may) be important in the context of the assessment of suitability. Think, for example, of references or certificates.
- Passport photo and/or video (introduction) on a voluntary basis.
How long do we keep your personal data?
The retention periods that we use depend on the applicable legal retention periods set by the GDPR. We do not store data longer than necessary.
Rights of data subjects
Data subjects, the natural persons to whom the personal data relate, can request an overview of the personal data that the controller processes about them.
The employer, also known as the controller, is responsible for the personal data that Nostradamus processes as a processor. Requests for inspection and any amendment, blocking or removal of this data can therefore be addressed to the employer. If Nostradamus receives such requests, they will be forwarded to the responsible employer.
Requests for inspection and possible modification, protection or removal of personal data for which Nostradamus itself is responsible can be addressed to Nostradamus ICT, Houtse hill 63a, 4911AV in Den Hout, for the attention of the privacy department or via the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do everything we can to process incoming requests as soon as possible.
Questions, comments, complaints or (suspected) data breach
If you have any questions, comments or complaints about the protection of your personal data by Nostradamus ICT, you can contact us via the following email address email@example.com.
Nostradamus ICT would also like to point out that you have the option to file a complaint with the national supervisory authority, the Dutch Data Protection Authority. You can do that via the following link: https://autoriteitpersoonsgegevens.nl/nl/contact-met-de-autoriteit-persoonsgegevens/tip-ons
Nostradamus may change its privacy statement from time to time for various reasons. The most current privacy statement can be viewed at all times on the Nostradamus website. This version was prepared in May 2018.
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