With the entry into force of the Universal Data Protection Act of 25 May 2018 , new rules for the protection of personal data applied by Agram Bank in its business are being applied.
One of the fundamental rights of an individual is the protection of the processing of his personal data.
Agram banka dd , Zagreb, Ulica grada Vukovara 74, OIB: 70663193635 collects, processes and uses personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation.
Agram Bank is responsible for ensuring the adequate protection of the personal data processing of individuals and accordingly performs all appropriate organizational and technical measures.
Information provided by Agram Bank in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation to the physical person from which it collects and processes the personal data is contained in the Bank’s Information Processing Information (IOOP) form.
More privacy information can be found on the Privacy Statement at the Agram Bank website .
WHAT LAW IS FOR THE PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA?
GENERAL DATA PROTECTION AGREEMENT
Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (hereinafter: the Regulation) shall apply to the Republic of Croatia of 25 May 2018 . years.
The Regulation represents an important step forward in the area of personal data protection, which protects the rights and fundamental freedoms of individuals with regard to the processing of their personal data. Likewise, rules relating to the processing of personal data and the rules relating to the free movement of personal data are established. Furthermore, the General Regulation ensures a uniform and uniform treatment of the supervisory bodies for the protection of personal data, which will result in the simplest and equal protection of the rights of all individuals in the European Union. The Regulation prescribes the rights of the individual, the obligations of the Bank that process personal data as processing manager or executor.
The Regulation applies to all state institutions that are required to process personal data within its provisions, except in the case of processing personal data carried out by competent authorities for the purpose of preventing, investigating, detecting or prosecuting criminal offenses or carrying out criminal sanctions, including protection against public safety threats and their prevention.
WHAT IS PERSONAL DATA?
Personal data is all the information relating to an individual whose identity has been identified or can be identified. An individual whose identity can be identified is a person who can be identified directly or indirectly, in particular with the help of identifiers such as name, identification number, location information, network identifier, or with the help of one or more factors that are physical, physiological, genetic, , the economic, cultural or social identity of that individual. There is a wide range of personal information, namely: name and last name, email address, image, bank details, identification number, voice, address, phone number, IP address, social networking, history of illness, list of favorite literature or song, if such information can be made by a physical person whose identity can be identified, directly or indirectly identifying it with the help of an individual identifier. Immediately prior to the collection of personal data, the subject that collects them has the obligation to provide information for which purpose the data is collected, based on which legal basis, which information is disclosed, and the right of an individual to access their data, to require their correction or deletion.
WHAT IS PUBLICED BY PERSONAL DATA?
personal data processing includes activities such as collecting, capturing, storing, inspecting, detecting, transmitting or destroying. Any processing of personal data should be legitimate and fair. For individuals, it should be transparent how personal data relating to them can be collected, used, displayed or otherwise processed, and how the personal data processed or processed will be processed. The principle of transparency requires that any information and communication relating to the processing of such personal data is easily accessible and understandable and that a clear and simple language is used.