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Privacy and data protection

We are all responsible for data protection. To keep (personal) data as secure as possible, the university has established an information security policy.

The information security policy (Dutch only) sets out how the university supports you so you can work in a privacy-proof way.

Tips for working securely online

As a university employee, you probably work with personal data. How can you make sure this information doesn’t fall into unauthorised hands?

Know when you’re working with personal data

As a university employee, you probably work with personal data. That’s not just names and telephone numbers – it can also include things like cookies. How can you make sure you’re working in a privacy-proof way?

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force. Whenever you work with personal data, you must record what happens to this data.

Archive management

The Public Records Act and the Public Records Provision contain rules for recording information in formats such as (digitised) documents, information systems and websites.

Do you have a question about privacy?

If you need more information about privacy and data protection, please contact the privacy officers (POs).

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