Your Privacy & Data are safely Protected with us.

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What We Do To Protect Your Data

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We provide you clear and transparent information about how your data is being used. That’s one part of GDPR compliance.

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Reducing Risks

By implementing the right security measures, we reduce the risk of data breaches or cyberattacks.

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More Control

You are in control of your data! We store them in our Bavarian based data centers – and you decide what happens with it.

Highest Security with ISO certified Data Centers

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Data Security & Privacy: A Must!

Our two ISO27001-certified data centers are located in Nuremberg and run independently with their own infrastructure (Firewalls, Load Balancers, Switches and more).

“RZ01” and “RZ02” are redundantly connected to each other with 10,000 Mbit/s via fiber optics. That means, in case of a problematic event, a failover to the other location takes place.

Why GDPR Compliance Matters

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Trust & Loyalty

We’re commited to protect your data and privacy. And we believe that this is great foundation for trust and loyalty.

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In order to fulfill GDPR compliance, we’re making sure that your data is protected from unauthorized access, loss or destruction.

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Your Data Rights

We respect you and your rights. Of course, you may access, erase or restrict us from processing any more data of yours.

What Is Nice To Know

What is GDPR?
GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. It is a regulation of the European Union that aims to protect the privacy and personal data of EU citizens. The regulation sets strict rules and requirements for how businesses and organizations must collect, process, and store personal data. GDPR provides individuals with greater control over their personal data, including the right to access, correct, and delete it. Additionally, organizations that fail to comply with GDPR can face hefty fines and legal consequences. The regulation applies to all businesses that collect and process personal data of EU citizens, regardless of where the business is located.
Why is GDPR important?
GDPR is important because it strengthens the protection of individuals’ privacy and personal data in the digital age. In today’s world, personal data is often collected, processed, and shared by companies and organizations in various ways. GDPR ensures that individuals have greater control over their personal data, including the right to know how their data is being used, the right to have their data deleted, and the right to object to their data being processed in certain ways. GDPR also imposes significant fines and penalties for organizations that fail to comply, which helps to ensure that companies take data protection seriously. Overall, GDPR is important because it helps to establish a more transparent and accountable approach to handling personal data, which is essential for maintaining trust in the digital economy.
What is Compliance?
Compliance refers to the act of following rules, regulations, and laws that apply to a particular business, industry, or organization. It involves ensuring that all policies, procedures, and practices are in line with legal requirements, industry standards, and ethical principles. Compliance is important because it helps to minimize legal and financial risks for businesses and organizations, as well as protect the interests of stakeholders, customers, and employees. Examples of compliance requirements may include data protection regulations like GDPR, anti-money laundering laws, health and safety regulations, environmental regulations, and financial reporting standards. Compliance often involves developing and implementing policies, procedures, and training programs to ensure that all employees and stakeholders understand their obligations and responsibilities when it comes to following rules and regulations.
What is a data processing agreement?
A data processing agreement (DPA) is a legally binding contract between two parties, where one party (the data controller) shares personal data with another party (the data processor) for processing purposes. The DPA outlines the terms and conditions for the data processor to handle and process the personal data on behalf of the data controller. The agreement specifies the purpose and scope of data processing, the type of personal data to be processed, the security measures that must be taken to protect the data, and the obligations and responsibilities of both parties under the agreement. The DPA is an important tool for ensuring that personal data is handled in a lawful and secure manner, and that both parties understand their respective roles and obligations when it comes to data protection. The GDPR requires that a DPA be in place between a data controller and data processor when personal data is being processed on behalf of the data controller.
How to conclude a DPA with NWS?
Everything you need is available on our website. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any further questions.

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