DB Systel GmbH takes your personal data very seriously and strictly observes data protection rules. Personal data will be collected on this website only to the extent required for technical purposes. Under no circumstances will the collected data be sold or passed on to third parties for other reasons.
Since the protection of your personal data is important to us, particularly in terms of the protection of personal privacy when processing and utilizing this information, we will give you an overview as to how we ensure this protection and what type of data is collected and for what purpose.
1. General information relating to data protection and data security
As part of our duty as an ICT service provider, there may be a need to collect, process or otherwise use personal and personally-identifiable data for various purposes. Your personal data will not be given to third parties outside the DB Group. External service providers who process data on our behalf are contractually obliged to strictly observe the provisions of the Federal Data Protection Act, and are therefore not regarded as “third parties” as far as data protection law is concerned.
2. Data processing on this website
Each time this website is visited, for technical purposes access data or visitor data is collected and stored in a logfile, the web server. The stored data record contains the following data:
- the time of the server request
- the status of the request that your browser has sent to the server
- if appl. the website from which you have been referred to our website (so-called referrer URL)
- as well as the type and version of the browser you have used.
For this purpose we use the standard logfile format of the web server used. However, after visiting this website your IP address will be stored in anonymised form for statistical purposes. When anonymised, the IP addresses are changed to such an extent that individual details concerning personal or material circumstances are no longer assignable.
Furthermore, DB Systel GmbH stores personal data as part of our customer service so that it is possible to process your requests. This data will not be passed on to third parties and will only be used to process your request.
If you register with us for a newsletter, your email address may be used for our own advertising purposes. You can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time, using the unsubscribe link contained in the newsletter.
3. How secure is your data when it is stored in our database system?
The operation of complex technological infrastructures is our key area of expertise and a fundamental element of our service. Our top priority is therefore to ensure that our data processing centres as well as those of our service providers are always operated in compliance with the current safety standards. This includes state-of-the-art firewall technologies as well as extensive physical checks and access restrictions to our data processing centres. Modern authentication methods for user and administrator rights are carried out at application level alongside the daily backup and archiving of data.
We handle your data in accordance with the Federal Data Protection Act, i.e. your data is neither further processed (except to the cases mentioned here) nor passed on to third parties outside the DB Group.
Cookies are very small files that can be stored on your PC or other end device. They are used to automatically display frequently used data in the case of information that is repeatedly accessed. Cookies are not harmful to your computer. This means you can confidently configure your browser to accept our cookies. In principle, they don’t store anything; they just allow a user to be recognized and any required session information on the server to be assigned. However, you can make full use of this website without the cookies function.
You can block the storage of cookies in your browser, restrict it to specific websites or configure your browser so that you are notified as soon as a cookie is sent. You can also delete cookies from the hard drive of your PC.
5. External links
DB Systel GmbH accepts no liability for the contents of other providers who can be contacted via the hyperlinks on its site. Some links on our site refer to contents that are not stored on our own servers. When setting links, external contents are checked to ensure that they are not illegal or of a criminal nature. It cannot however be excluded that contents are subsequently changed by providers. DB Systel GmbH is under no obligation to carry out regular checks and therefore rejects any liability.
6. Web analytics service
Data is collected, anonymised and stored for optimisation purposes on this website using technologies from the Piwik analytics service (http://piwik.org/).
This data can be used to create anonymous usage profiles. Additional cookies can be used for this purpose. Data collection and storage can be revoked at any time with future effect:
7. Implementation of and compliance with these data protection declarations
Your trust is important to us. DB Systel GmbH therefore undertakes to comply with the points mentioned above with regard to data protection as described. This is monitored by the data protection officer.
Should you have any queries, suggestions and/or criticisms relating to data protection on this website, then please contact DB Systel GmbH’s data protection officer:
Data Protection Officer DB Systel
DB Systel GmbH
60329 Frankfurt am Main