From whom do we process data?
We only process data from people who have registered for an event of the Heart for Women Foundation or the newsletter.
Who is responsible for my data?
The Heart for Women Foundation is the so-called controller within the meaning of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This means that the Heart for Women Foundation is responsible for the processing of your data. The Heart for Women Foundation decides:
• Which personal data are processed;
• Why the data is being processed;
• How the data is processed.
The Heart for Women Foundation bears responsibility for this and is approachable.
What do we use your data for?
Your personal data is used within the Heart for Women Foundation to:
• To be able to inform and invite you to a webinar
• To be able to send you presentations and images after the webinar you followed
• If you have given permission for this, the newsletter of the Heart for Women Foundation
For what reasons do we process your data?
The Heart for Women Foundation processes your personal data on the basis of your consent.
How do we get your data?
You fill in your e-mail address when registering for a webinar, or to receive the newsletter.
Which personal data do we process?
We do not process more data than we need from you.
The personal data that we process about you are:
• First and last name
• E-mail address
• Phone number
• Organization, company, foundation, institution.
How do we protect your data?
All employees who see your data have a duty of confidentiality.
It is our job to protect your data. We take appropriate technical and organizational measures for this. The Heart for Women Foundation ensures that the computers are properly secured. We work according to nationally established security standards and are certified for this.
How long do we keep your data?
We store your e-mail address in a database, so that we can invite you to a next webinar.
You always have the right to inspect the personal data that we hold about you. Is your data incorrect? Then it is important that you have it changed. This only concerns objective data, for example your e-mail address. You also have the right to request that your personal data be removed or that your personal data be made available to you on a data carrier. You can request this via email@example.com.
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Questions and complaints
We do our best to handle your data with care. But you may have questions or are dissatisfied with how the Heart for Women Foundation handles your privacy.
• You can report your questions and/or dissatisfaction via firstname.lastname@example.org
• You can also contact the Data Protection Officer. This is someone who supervises the application and compliance with privacy legislation within Radboudumc. The contact details can be found below.
• Hopefully you can submit your questions and/or comments in these ways. But you also always have the right to submit a complaint to Radboudumc via this link.
• It is also possible to report a complaint to the privacy regulator, the Dutch Data Protection Authority.
Contact details Data Protection Officer
Radboudumc Heart for Women Foundation
348 Complaints Mediation Department
Reply number 540
6500 BC Nijmegen
T. (024) 361 31 91
Available by phone from Monday to Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM.