Management of personal data related to the compliance system (crime prevention, code of conduct, anti-corruption, conflict of interest, transparency)
Entity in charge
C/Velázquez, 132 - 28006 MADRID (Madrid)
[email protected]
Base de licitud
GDPR Article 6(1)(c) is the legal basis for processing: this processing is necessary to comply with a legal obligation applicable to the data controller:
Organic Law 10/1995, of 23 November, of the Spanish Criminal Code.
- Law 3/2015, of 30 March, governing the exercise of senior positions.
Spanish Law 19/2013, of 9 December, on transparency, access to information and good governance.
terms for data retention
Data will be stored for the time necessary to comply with the purpose for which they were collected and to determine the possible liabilities that could derive from that purpose and data processing. The provisions of the file and documentation regulations applicable to Navantia will apply. Organic Law
10/1995, of 23 November, of the Criminal Code (15 years) will apply
Affected groups
Employees and persons from third companies related to Navantia.
Data type - Infringement
Criminal records.
Data types - Special categories
Data not processed.
Data type - Identification data
Name and surname; tax identification number*; mailing address; telephone number; email; staff registration number, signature**.

(*) Foreigner identification number, passport number or residence card number
(**) Manual or electronic.
Data type - Other
Academic and professional details; employment details; profile data (social networks, financial solvency, psychological aspects);
Security measures
The security measures applied correspond to those in Schedule II (Security Measures) of Royal Decree 3/2010, of 8 January, regulating the National Security Scheme for Electronic Administration, and described in the documents forming part of Navantia's data protection and information security policy.
Security measures corresponding to Schedule A of UNE-EN/IEC 27001 - Information Security Management Systems.
Security measure
In addition, security measures are adopted on paper documentation based on the risks to which they are exposed to ensure the confidentiality of the data processed.
Communications are envisaged when data can be communicated in accordance with Article 6 GDPR, in relation to authorised processing of:
- Courts of Justice.
International transfers
Data transfers to third countries are envisaged, mainly to the United Kingdom.