An new Data Protection Policy for hbits

Joeri Minnen 1 June 2021

Data protection laws require a Data Protection Policy (DPP) to be completed to assess proposed measures that pose particular risks relating to how personal data is used.

It is essential that each person, client, employee, supplier or other persons and/or organization that comes in contact with hbits has an oversight of the scope of the projects and researches that run within hbits.

Our updated DPP describes the minimum standards of how personal data must be processed, collected, handled and stored to meet hbits data protection standards.

This DPP incorporates the content for a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA), while the Privacy Policy MOTUS adds upon it.



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