Data Privacy Policy

Information for our business partners concerning the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

On May 25, 2018, the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect in all Member States of the European Union. For the first time, a harmonized set of provisions is thus in existence in Europe, superseding previous national laws that will play only a complementary role from now on.

What does this mean for you?

The GDPR lays down rules relating to the protection of personal data. This includes address data, in particular, but also people’s bank account details, their vehicle license plate numbers and anything else that can ultimately lead to identification of a specific person. All this data was protected in the past as well, by the German Federal Data Protection Act, which guaranteed a comparatively high level of privacy to the party concerned, in Germany. Not everything has changed, therefore. The obligations of businesses who process data of this kind have been tightened, however, while the rights of people affected by processing have been extended.

What is LANCOM doing?

Protecting personal data that we require and process to provide our services to our business partners in their interests, has always been an important subject for us. It goes without saying that we also fulfill the new legal regulations that have come into force. So you can rest assured that we process personal data only if there is a legal basis for this, and only for the purpose for which the data was given to us.

Where can you find more information?

Legal information on how data is processed at LANCOM can be found in our Data Privacy Policy, available at:


If you have concrete questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Data Protection Officer. Simply send an e-mail to:

Your LANCOM Data Protection Team