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EU Certificate May Be U.S. Data Transfer Alternative Image [external link]
by, Stephen Gardner in Bloomberg BNA, 8/2016

Europe's privacy seal schemes gradually taking shape Image [external link]
by, David Meyer in The Privacy Advisor (IAPP), 5/2016.

First New EuroPriSe Website Certification Seal Awarded Image [external link]
by, Sam Pfeifle in The Privacy Advisor (IAPP), 9/2015.

German Website First to Gain EU Privacy Trust Mark Image [external link]
by, Jabeen Bhatti in Bloomberg BNA, 9/2015.

For Location-Tracking Startup, a Data-Privacy Odyssey Image [external link]
by, Amir Mizroch in The Wall Street Journal, 11/2014.

EuroPriSe's New Advisory Board Image [external link]
IAPP Europe Data Protection Digest, 10/2014.

EuroPriSe Seal To Change Hands January 1 Image [external link]
by, Sam Pfeifle in The Privacy Advisor (IAPP), 11/2013.


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The merits of data protection certification under the GDPR Image
by, Sebastian Meissner in Legimag no. 19, 10/2017, Legitech.

EuroPriSe 2.0: Neues vom europäischen Datenschutzgütesiegel Image
von Sebastian Meissner, veröffentlicht in: Datenschutz und Datensicherheit, DuD 3/2014, S. 153-158

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v1.5; service function as provided in 05/2018

Qualification: IT product and IT-based service (processor service)

View the REISSWOLF f.i.t. certificate

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24/05/2018 - 31/05/2020




Public Report

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Im Heegen 13
22113 Oststeinbek


Access policies can be used to restrict system usage to specific times of the day and/or IP addresses to reduce the attack vector for third-party access. A user session is controlled by means of a cross-tab synchronised session countdown.


Regarding the processing of personal data on third persons by means of f.i.t., it must be highlighted that the (usually) corporate users of the service qualify as controllers whereas REISSWOLF Systems GmbH acts as a processor on behalf of the users. Customers are advised that the legitimate use of the service may require the collection of the data subject's consent and/or declaration of release from confidentiality.


REISSWOLF f. i. t. is a web-based archiving system for data storage and access. It serves the purpose of uploading, storing, managing and exchanging data in the sense of a document management system. f.i.t. is a web application that can be used with common internet browsers. 


REISSWOLF f. i. t. is primarily designed for commercial use. It is distributed by REISSWOLF Systems GmbH and operated as Software as a Service (SaaS) in a data center in Germany.

The ToE includes

  • The web-based service REISSWOLF f.i.t. (for details, please cf. the short public report)

It does not include

  • REISSWOLF f.i.t. mobile app
  • REISSWOLF f.i.t. hotfolder
  • Office module
  • Teamviewer
  • Other alternative interfaces to clients

Technical + Legal Evaluator

Ann-Karina Wrede
Innungsstraße 7
21244 Buchholz

Initial Certification: 05/2018

REISSWOLF f.i.t. provides a web-based service that enables companies to upload, store, manage and exchange data in the sense of a document management system. Users of the service are controllers in respect of personal data on third persons that is processed by means of f.i.t.. The service is designed in a way that facilitates the users' compliance with EU data protection law.



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