Data protection is an important fundamental right of our society and affects all areas of our lives - both private and professional.
At REISSWOLF we work with personal and particularly sensitive data on a daily basis. We are very conscious of the trust our customers place in us and do everything to justify it.
Whether it concerns archiving, digitisation or document and data carrier destruction – REISSWOLF considers compliance with the highest quality standards at every processing point to be a given. This is why we have had the various different areas of our business certified.
Please understand that some of our certifications are only available in German.
By using state-of-the-art shredding systems, REISSWOLF guarantees that your documents and data carriers will be destroyed in line with DIN 66399. We also confirm to our clients that their data have been disposed of in line with data protection legislation by providing them with a certificate.
As a certified specialist waste management company in the sense of the EfbV (Entsorgungsfachbetriebe-Verordnung - Waste Disposal Companies Ordinance), REISSWOLF is committed to the recycling of raw materials that have already been used and thus promotes the recycling economy. Collecting, transporting, storing, treating as well as trading or brokering of waste is organized, carried out and monitored by our employees, both technically and professionally.
Established by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and internationally established, the Principles of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) serve as a quality assurance system for the organisational process and framework of non-clinical health and environmental safety testing.
For REISSWOLF, it is an overarching goal to implement the data protection requirements of the GDPR in accordance with the regulation. The voluntary audit of our archiving software, REISSWOLF archive. manager., by Bitkom Servicegesellschaft mbH (wholly owned subsidiaries of BITKOM Bundesverband Informationswirtschaft, Telekommunikation und neue Medien e. V.) once again confirmed the successful implementation of the GDPR requirements. In addition, the association confirmed that REISSWOLF comprehensively protects the rights of its users.
For REISSWOLF, data protection and the security of processing have top priority. As certification in accordance with the GDPR is not yet possible, the information security and quality management officers were asked to carry out a review of the effectiveness of the implementation of the principles, procedures and measures in accordance with the requirements of the GDPR and the German Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) in the form of self-monitoring. The review was carried out on the basis of several on-site audits at different locations with the final assessment that the procedures and measures used for file and data destruction, digitisation and archiving are suitable and in compliance with data protection.