PRIVACY STATEMENT FAST
This is the privacy statement of FAST (Future Affordable Sustainable Therapies). In this we explain, among other things, why we collect and use personal data, what data this is and what rights you have when we process your personal data.
WHO ARE WE??
FAST, Future Affordable Sustainable Therapies, is an independent coordinating organization that streamlines public investments around therapy development in the ecosystem of innovative therapy development in the Netherlands.
We process your personal data. You can read here how we protect your privacy. Do you have questions about this privacy statement? Or about the use of your personal data by FAST?
Please contact FAST’s Communication department via email@example.com.
If you visit our website, we will process your personal data with cookies. We use technical cookies to make the website function. We also use a program for website statistics, but we anonymize your data as much as possible. Read more in our Cookie Statement.
WHAT IS PERSONAL DATA?
Personal data is information that can be traced back to you as a person. For example, your name, your home address or e-mail address are personal data. You will find more information about personal data and privacy legislation on the website of the Dutch Data Protection Authority (AP).
WHY DOES FAST USE YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
If you would like to receive information from FAST, we need your address details to send you this information. FAST also stores the information you provide when requesting a brochure or annual report, for example. In addition, FAST processes your personal data for sending the online newsletter and digital press releases. FAST then uses your personal data on the basis of your permission.
MAY WE PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
As FAST, we are only allowed to use personal data for a reason stated in the privacy legislation. Such a reason is called a basis. The possible bases can be found in Article 6 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The main basis on which we process personal data is the consent of the data subject (Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR).
HOW LONG DO WE KEEP YOUR DATA?
We do not store your personal data for longer than is necessary for the purpose for which we process your data. If you have signed up to receive information from FAST and have unsubscribed, FAST will delete your data.
Do we process your personal data on the basis of your consent? Then you can withdraw your consent at any time. From that moment on, we no longer process your personal data.
HOW DO WE SECURE YOUR DATA?
We take both technical and organizational measures to secure the personal data that we process. In order to prevent this data from getting lost, for example. We do this in accordance with the applicable legal requirements and guidelines.
An example of a technical measure is that your data is sent via a secure connection when you use an online form on the FAST website. Your data is also encrypted during transmission. This means that your data will be unreadable should it fall into the wrong hands.
An example of an organizational measure is that only authorized FAST employees may view your data. And these employees only have access to your personal data to the extent necessary to perform their duties.
IP addresses are not used to track visitors. IP addresses are logged and can be used to resolve security incidents and/or technical failures. IP blocks can be used for statistical analyses.
The above rules apply to both hosting on your own infrastructure and hosting at a supplier. If hosting is used by a supplier, this supplier must comply with the conditions set by ZonMw for SaaS services (ZonMw hosts the organization FAST) and a processing agreement must be completed and signed.
DO WE SHARE YOUR DATA WITH THIRD PARTIES?
Het uitgangspunt is dat FAST uw gegevens niet met andere deelt. In geen geval zullen uw gegevens worden verkocht. Er zijn echter ook uitzonderingen waarbij FAST verplicht is om persoonsgegevens wel aan anderen te geven. Het gaat dan altijd om bijzondere omstandigheden zoals bijvoorbeeld bij een gerechtelijke procedure of ter voorkoming van misdrijven.
WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS?
Based on privacy legislation, you have various rights to control the personal data that an organization collects and uses about you. You also have the right to inspect the personal data that FAST has about you. This right of access is intended to allow you to check whether the data is correct and to pass on any improvements. You can also check whether FAST has used the data lawfully. In addition to the right of access, you also have the right to object to the use of your data by FAST. Finally, you can object to the processing of your data. Do you disagree with how we process your data? In that case you can report a privacy complaint to us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
INCIDENTS (DATA LEAKS)
Despite our precautions to protect personal data as well as possible, it is still possible that incidents occur involving personal data. These types of incidents are called data breaches. Do you think there is a data breach at FAST? Please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com.
The following information must be provided when reporting a data breach:
• your name and contact details;
• what the incident is;
• which personal data are involved;
• which systems are involved in the incident; and
• when and how you discovered the incident.
QUESTIONS AND COMPLAINTS
For questions about this privacy statement, the exercise of your rights and FAST’s activities in the field of personal data, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This privacy statement can be changed by FAST at any time, without prior notice. Changes take effect from the moment they are published on this website.