It is a matter of course for us to respect your personal rights. Therefore, we act in accordance with the applicable data protection law. This also applies to the handling of personal data when you are in our office and enter areas that are under video surveillance. In the following you will learn how we handle your personal data and in particular which data we process for which purposes and which rights you are entitled to in this context.

1. Scope of application

1.1 This data protection declaration applies to the video surveillance of business premises of Insiders Technologies GmbH (hereinafter referred to as "video-monitored premises"). This data protection declaration does not apply to other data processing of Insiders Technologies GmbH.

1.2 The person responsible within the meaning of the EU Basic Data Protection Regulation (DSGVO) is

Insiders Technologies GmbH
Brüsseler Straße 1
67657 Kaiserslautern

2. Personal data

Personal data is any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. The basic personal date is your name. In addition, however, images of your person are also considered to be personal. Non-personal data, on the other hand, is data with which the determination of your actual identity is impossible or at least requires considerable effort.

3. Provision of personal data

For entering our business premises, the provision of personal data is neither required by law nor by contract and is also not necessary for the conclusion of a contract. As long as there is no corresponding legal basis, you are not obliged to provide us with personal data about yourself. Due to the round-the-clock video surveillance, however, you cannot enter our video-monitored rooms and thus our business premises in the regular way without the personal data described in section 4 being processed more closely by means of video surveillance. With the exception of video surveillance, we do not permit anyone unknown to enter our business premises.

4. More Information on Video Surveillance

4.1 Our video surveillance shall be limited to those business premises which are used as traffic areas (i.e. in particular as entrance areas and corridors) and as technical rooms in our branch office. It takes place for the purpose of exercising our domestic rights and to support the clarification of unauthorised access to our business premises. We refer to video surveillance in the video-monitored rooms by means of an appropriate marking.

4.2 Within the framework of video surveillance, we automatically collect and record the following data during each of your stays in our video-monitored rooms:

  • Video recordings of the people in the video-monitored rooms
  • Date and time of video recording

These data are stored on our file server by default. The storage period for the video recordings is 48 hours after the day of recording, after which they are automatically deleted. Weekends and public holidays are not included in the above deletion period. In such cases, the deletion period shall be extended accordingly so that we shall still have 48 hours after a weekend and after public holidays for the evaluation and, if necessary, for the preservation of evidence.

4.3 The legal basis for the video surveillance of our video-monitored rooms is our legitimate interest in being able to trace whether and when unauthorised persons have been present in our business premises, as well as our legitimate interest in being able to trace and clarify unauthorised access (Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. f DSGVO).

4.4  We use the video recordings recorded by us in the video-monitored rooms and the personal data recorded with them exclusively for the purposes stated in this data protection declaration.

4.5  We have engaged various service providers to assist us in the provision, operation and maintenance of our IT systems, including our video surveillance systems. These include, for example, hardware and software suppliers or computer centres. If such service providers act on our behalf, they may have access to your personal data as recipients. However, these service providers are then also contractually obligated to comply with data protection via a so-called order processing agreement; the statutory provisions on data protection also apply to our service providers anyway.

4.6 Your personal data resulting from our video surveillance will not be passed on, sold or otherwise transmitted to third parties. This does not apply unless it is necessary for the processing of the purposes communicated and is permitted by applicable data protection law without consent, you have expressly consented or we are legally obliged to do so. In particular, in the event of a burglary, the transmission of video recordings to criminal prosecution authorities may be considered. Section 4.5 shall of course remain unaffected and shall apply independently of this subsection 4.6.

4.7 The personal data collected by us through video surveillance will not be used for automated decision-making.

4.8 Apart from the video surveillance of our video-monitored rooms described in more detail above, we will only process personal data from you if you voluntarily provide it to us and this is permitted by law or you have given your consent.

5. Right of access, rectification, cancellation, limitation of processing, objection and transferability of data

You have the right within the scope of the legal regulations to receive information from us about your personal data processed by us, as well as the right to correction, deletion, restriction of processing, objection to processing and to data transfer. Please refer to Articles 15 to 21 of the German Data Protection Act (DSGVO) and §§ 34, 35 and 37 of the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) for the exact conditions under which you are entitled to the aforementioned rights. If you wish to exercise one or more of the aforementioned rights, please contact the person indicated in Section 7.

6. Right of appeal

You have the right, within the framework of the statutory provisions, to address complaints regarding data protection to a supervisory authority. For us in Rhineland-Palatinate, the responsible data protection and freedom of information officer for Rhineland-Palatinate is the State Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information, whom you can reach together with the supervisory authority via the website There you will also find further information on your rights in this regard and on the protection of your privacy.

7.  Contact details for data protection

Our data protection officer is at your disposal for all questions in connection with and relating to our data protection and your data stored with us.

Herr Rechtsanwalt          
Klaus-Christian Falkner

bei Insiders Technologies GmbH
Brüsseler Straße 1         
67657 Kaiserslautern

Tel.: +49 (0) 631 92081-1700       
Fax: +49 (0) 631 92081-1711