64 Division St, Bangor, ME 04401, USA
The Controller appointed a person with the protection of personal data who can be contacted by means of email@example.com
Persons who have access to data subjects' personal data.
Presumed deadlines for erasure of data subjects' personal data.
Information about who is authorized to process data subjects' personal data.
These are ways of securing a subject's personal data. Pseudonymization makes it impossible to match the subject's identity to the subject's personal data. Encryption makes the data unreadable to other parties.
Transfer between cameras and servers is encrypted
Servers are located in a locked room
A specific way or ways to secure a subject's personal data.
The data specify how the service or system processing a subject's personal data is resilient to an outage and how quickly after such incident the service or system renews its operation.
Regular assessment of possible security incidents and adjustment of safety measures
Reviewing the course of processing of a subject's personal data, updating of information about the processing and of the personal data as such.
Persons who determine the means and purposes of processing personal data.
Parts of the organization where personal data are processed.
Legitimate interests of the controller, data subjects' consent
Legal facts giving ground to to processing of the personal data.
From persons present in the monitored area
Information whether the processed personal data comes from the data subjects, the organization's own activities or other sources.
1)Arises from the law, it is obligatory
2)If the processing is based on consent, it is not obligatory
If personal data are provided by the data subjects, this states the reason why the organization needs the data and whether their provision is obligatory.
This entry states whether automated decisions (without human interventions), including profiling (forecasting future behaviour), take place in the organization based on a subject's personal data.
In paper, in a locked cabinet found in the HR Department
The place where the organization stores the subject's consent to processing of personal data.
Information about the way and time when the organization informed the data subjects about processing of their personal data.
The location and means of storing the data subject's perosnal data if stored in their physical form.
Own server running on Linux, data stored in the file system
Location and means of storing a data subject's personal data if the organization stores them in an electronic form.
This field states information about the processor(s) of personal data whom the company engaged in the processing of the data subject's personal data.