The protection of your personal information is important to us. Therefore, we would hereby like to inform you about data protection at Zeppelin University.
Personal information is information that helps to identify a person, i.e. information that can be traced back to a person. These include in particular the name, contact details, but also application documents or information about user behavior (e.g. extent of website use).
It is a matter of course for us that the legal provisions of the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG), the Telemedia Act (TMG) and other data protection regulations will be respected to protect your data. All data collection carried out online is encrypted through digital security systems and transmitted to us. Our websites are protected by technical measures against damage, destruction or unauthorized access.
A collection of data on this website takes place concretely in six different cases: the application process, contact address, event registration, ordering of informational materials, newsletter subscription and in the context of the use of an analytical tool (Google Analytics).
Before we give you an insight into the individual data collection areas, we would like to present the general conditions applicable to all situations.
Your personal information will only be collected by us, used and passed on if permitted by law or you have given your consent to the data collection. The collection of data always takes place here for a specific purpose.
You have the right to receive information free of charge about the personal data stored about you upon request. You also have the right to correct inaccurate data, to block and delete such personal data, as long as there is no legal obligation to retain it. For such requests you may informally ask the data protection officer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Our staff and the service providers appointed by us are sworn to secrecy and are obliged to comply with data protection regulations.
The data is stored on servers at Zeppelin University or, in the case of contracted data processing, on the contractor's servers.