Munich University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule München)
The University of Applied Sciences is a public institution that is legally represented by its President Prof. Dr Martin Leitner.
Value Added Tax Identification Number, in accordance with § 27 of the Value Added Tax Act (Umsatzsteuergesetz – UStG): DE 811335517
Regulating Governing Body
Bavarian State Ministry of Education, Sciences and the Arts
80333 Munich / Germany
Responsible for content and responsible editors for DECAMP are the DECAMP coordinators from
Munich University of Applied Sciences, Germany, Department 07:
Prof. Dr. Peter Mandl – Mandl[at]cs.hm.edu
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Alexandru Soceanu – Soceanu[at]cs.hm.edu
Prof. Dr. Gudrun Socher – Gudrun.Socher[at]hm.edu
The creation of the DECAMP online ICT security courses has been partially funded by the ERASMUS+ grant program of the European Union under grant no.2014-1-DE01-KA203-000695. Neither the European Commission nor the project’s national funding agency DAAD are responsible for the content or liable for any losses or damage resulting of the use of these resources.
Technical Implementation and Management of DECAMP
Alexandru Gradinaru Alex.Gradinaru[at]cs.pub.ro
Dr. Anca Morar Anca.Morar[at]cs.pub.ro
Header images: Fotolia.de, private
Siemens picture: Siemens AG Munich/Berlin, Germany
InfoWorld picture: InfoWorld slr, Bucharest, Romania
Pictures of the Academic Staff: private
Picture: 2 girls on stairs, courtesy of Munich University of Applied Sciences
All other pictures: Lila Hartig, Munich, Germany, www.lilaheart.com, info[at]lilaheart.com
The layout of the web page, text, images, graphics, audio and video documents, films, and other multimedia files on DECAMP website are protected by copyright. Duplication, processing, storing, altering, and playback of the files and content in the databases, any electronic media and systems that in whole or in part find use in commercial media, require the express consent of the DECAMP editors. Requests must be directed to them in writing and must be granted in writing.
All copyrights for files, text, images, films, audio/video recordings, and other multimedia files, executable programmes, and other publications of third parties are respected and are fully protected. All brands and trademarks on the DECAMP website are subject to the relevant trademark law and are protected by the rights of third parties.
Disclaimer for Content of Website
The content of the DECAMP website has been carefully researched and published. In addition, we strive to keep the content as current as possible. Since humans are not perfect and errors cannot always be avoided, we request that you send an email to the Anca Morar Anca.Morar[at]cs.pub.ro if you find a mistake of any kind. We will correct the error as quickly as possible.
In spite of the most careful editing and proofreading, we cannot assume liability for the accuracy, completeness, or relevance of our online content. This disclaimer applies to any illegal, erroneous, or incomplete content, and especially to damages or consequences arising from the direct or indirect use of the DECAMP web pages.
Disclaimer for External Links and Cross-References to Third-Party Websites
We do not assume any liability for the content of third-party publications and websites that can be accessed via cross-references and links on the web pages of the DECAMP. DECAMP does not have any influence regarding these sites’ content (including the accuracy and completeness, and the legality and morality, of the information) and only provides users access to these sites. DECAMP distances itself from the content of third parties and does not adopt their content. The liability for the content of third-party web pages must be solely assumed by the respective providers. This statement applies to all links displayed on this website and to the content of all websites to which the banners, buttons, and links on our website lead.
In establishing the initial link to third-party websites, the DECAMP responsible editors have reviewed the respective external content in order to determine whether the link entails possible civil or criminal responsibility. The responsible DECAMP editors determine, or if it is pointed out by others, that a specific website to which it is connected via a link entails civil or criminal responsibility, then they will immediately eliminate any link to said website, insofar as it this is technically possible and reasonable.
For illegal, erroneous, or incomplete content, and especially for damages resulting from the use of, or failure to use, such third-party information, the responsible DECAMP editors are in no way liable. The respective provider or author is solely responsible.
Advice for using social networks
The DECAMP responsible editors value the opportunities for communication offered by social media. They aware, however, that simply clicking on links to these social media sites can lead to your personal data being passed on, regardless of whether or not you are a member of the social network. This data can technically be used to create a profile for an individual.
DECAMP has no control over the consequences of this. Clicking on these links will take you away from the secure area for which DECAMP is responsible. Please bear in mind the data protection regulations and settings of the provider.
Data protection, web tracking, security
All content on the central websites of DECAMP is exclusively hosted, maintained and provided on internal servers.
Any access to DECAMP websites is logged and stored in a file. No personal data is stored, with the exception of anonymized IP address, required in order to report usage statistics.
Scope of application
DECAMP offers an extensive range of online platforms, providing a large number of sources of information and services, in particular to support research and teaching.
Personal data or data which might relate to individuals is generally collected and processed when the web platforms are used. The type and extent of the data depends on the individual platform providing the information or service.
In order to provide you with meaningful information, this document gives a general description of what data accumulates as standard via the use of the DECAMP web platforms and how this is processed.
In addition, you can find all the relevant information for contacting the regulatory agencies and on your rights in respect to data protection.
Where further data is compiled and processed by specific platforms, you will find the relevant information detailed alongside the relevant platform.
General information on the intended purpose and the legal basis
All data processing is covered by the principle of necessity and the linking of information to specific aims. It is also covered by the principles of data minimization and the protection of data in accordance with the relevant state of the art.
DECAMP only collects the amount of data necessary for fulfilling the task in question, uses it only for this purpose and saves it only for so long as the relevant laws allow.
The legal basis for the processing of personal data is always a lawful authority (e.g. higher education law, BayEGovG) or the consent of the person concerned. You can find the relevant information in detail alongside the relevant platform.
You have the right to information on your personal data we have stored.
Upon request, you will receive information about
- the aims of the processing,
- the categories of the personal data,
- the recipient (categories) to whom this data has been or will be made available in the future,
- the length of time the data will be saved or the criteria which this period is based upon,
- the source of the data, in so far as it has not been directly obtained from you.
Further, you have a right to the correction of your data. You can refuse the processing of your data, or restrict it and have your data deleted, in so far as the data, due to legal requirements (e.g. from university law, examination law, archive law), must, in individual cases, continue to be processed.
In case of contraventions, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent regulating authority.
Competent regulating authority
The competent regulating authority is:
Please speak initially to the data protection officer at Munich University of Applied Sciences. In most cases, questions can be answered and problems solved in this way.
General information on data acquisition on online platforms, forms and contacting us
When you contact us via email or by using a contact form, the data you communicate (your email address, perhaps your name and telephone number) will be saved by us in order to answer your questions. When saving it is no longer necessary, we delete the data accrued in this way or restrict its processing if there are statutory storage obligations.
Other information on our data protection policy
We reserve the right to make changes to this data protection policy so that it continues to conform to the current legal requirements or to implement changes to our services in the data protection policy, for example with the introduction of new services. When you visit our site again, the new data protection policy will then be valid.
On the centrally hosted websites of DECAMP, so-called cookies are used in order to compile access statistics, for example. Cookies are small text files stored on the website visitor’s computer by their browser. By amending the respective browser settings, storage of cookies can be deactivated and cookies that have already been stored can be deleted.
Web analytics and tracking
In this context, anonymous usage information is transmitted and stored for analysis purposes, including the date, time, browser type, browser capabilities and language, the operating system / type of device, session duration, visits per server and local time, as well as the number of page views, usage history and the source of traffic.
DECAMP will use the statistical data generated by a visit to the website for the sole purpose of improving its online presence and for ensuring the best possible use of resources.
Technical opt-outs for Google Analytics web statistics
We respect your choice for privacy. DECAMP supports the Tracking Preference Expression (http://www.w3.org/TR/tracking-dnt/), also known as “Do not Track” (DNT). If you have activated “Do not Track” in your browser, your visit to the DECAMP website will not be tracked.
Do Not Track is an HTTP header which indicates a person’s preference to opt out of tracking. Most browsers require the person to explicitly turn on this setting. Information on how you can activate this setting can be found, for example in Firefox under https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-do-i-turn-do-not-track-feature or for Chrome at https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/2790761?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en or for IE at https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/help/17288/windows-internet-explorer-11-use-do-not-track