Use of personal data
The NKC processes personal data for its services. Personal data are all kinds of information about persons with whom they can be identified. Examples are name and address details, e-mail and IP addresses and passport photos.
In addition, the law distinguishes special personal data, such as information about race, religion or health. This is information that can seriously affect someone's privacy. Therefore, this information may only be processed under strict conditions.
In addition to the information that the parties themselves provide, the NKC may collect information from third parties. This involves checking fraud data and creditworthiness. This information can be requested both during and during the provision of the services of the NKC. In these cases, the NKC has a legitimate interest in the processing of data in the context of its business operations.
The information is stored at the NKC on both internal and external systems, such as applications for relationship management. Through these systems, authorized NKC employees have access to this data and may only use them for the purposes for which the NKC processes the data.