GDPR Compliance

CourtesyMasters complies to the Dutch and EU laws regarding to privacy called GDPR (General Data Policy Regulation).

We are leading in personal & inspiring hospitality career management and -consultancy. We are discrete professionals and we secure our processes and ICT systems to the outmost. Since our incorporation in 1999, confidentiality is one of our key values. As firm part of this key value, we highly respect and protect your privacy and we take your private domain very serious.

Permission

According to our policy, we strive to have contact on a regular basis and to comply with applicable laws at all times. Therefore we kindly ask professionals on a regular basis for explicit and personal permission to securely store personal data.

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Background of GDPR

The principle of accountability is a cornerstone of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). According to the GDPR, a business/organisation is  responsible for complying with all data protection principles and is also  responsible for demonstrating compliance. The GDPR provides businesses/organisations with a set of tools to help demonstrate accountability, some of which have to be mandatorily put in place.

For example, in specific cases the establishment of a DPO or conducting data protection impact assessments (DPIA) may be mandatory. Data controllers can choose to use other tools such as codes of conduct and certification mechanisms to demonstrate compliance with data protection principles.

Contact Data Protection Officer

Should you have any questions or complaints, please don’t hesitate and contact Mrs. Larissa Zwart (CEO and DPO, Data Protection Officer) at +31-70-3227630 or use this contact form.