Privacy statement


NewCompliance Group B.V. (“NewCompliance”) provides services and software to hospitals.

Processing hospital, healthcare provider and patient-related data
The COMSENS system from NewCompliance records the number of door movements of the operating rooms in a healthcare institution. In addition, this information is linked to a specific operation in the software, so that the number of door movements per operator and per operation also becomes clear. The COMSENS system is installed locally in a hospital. New activities in the database are copied to the NewCompliance web server every few minutes. Therefore, all collected data is not only stored on the local server, but also on the NewCompliance web server. The reason for copying the database is as follows:

All data is automatically guaranteed
The results can be reached from any location (inside and outside the hospital) by logging in to the NewCompliance web server (Note: only with a personal username and password).
NewCompliance can remotely monitor the functioning of the system, and therefore determine itself when corrective maintenance is required.

This Privacy Statement applies to the processing of Personal Data by NewCompliance as Responsible for data processing. In this situation, NewCompliance manages its own database with Personal Data for its own purposes. This is the case with the processing of data for the implementation of our software and the collection of Personal Data for its own CRM and marketing purposes. This Privacy Statement does not cover services where NewCompliance exclusively acts as a Processor within the meaning of the General Data Protection Regulation.

Collect and process Personal Data

Below you can read in which situations NewCompliance processes personal data for its own purposes.

NewCompliance CRM
NewCompliance collects contact details of (potential) clients and interested parties to implement an agreement and to keep them informed of news, activities, products and services from NewCompliance through various channels. Data is collected when entering into an agreement, subscribing to the e-mail newsletter, asking a question to one of our employees, downloading the white papers, inquiring about activities, responding to the website or when you respond to another comes into contact with NewCompliance.

NewCompliance collects company and contact details, bank details, contact and purchase history. NewCompliance also records derived data about the use of our website (s) and Apps, such as a unique device ID, the version of the operating system and settings of the device used to visit our website and App, as well as data about the use of our services. The response (open and clicks) to our e-mails is also recorded on an individual level.
NewCompliance does not provide Personal Data to third parties.

Website and Cookies
Visitor information is kept on the website, such as the pages most frequently requested by a visitor. The purpose of this is to optimize the layout of the website. This data can also be used to place relevant information on the pages you visit, for example special messages in your interests or promotions from advertisers. In this way our service to you can be further optimized.

In addition, we use cookies when offering services. A cookie is a small text file that, when you visit the website, is placed on the hard drive of your computer. A cookie contains data so that you can be recognized as a visitor every time you visit the website. It is then possible to set the website especially for you and / or to facilitate logging in.

You can disable cookies in your browser without this having far-reaching consequences for your use of the website. However, the result may be that certain parts are less or no longer accessible to you.

NewCompliance has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures and monitors and protects all its services (in)visibly against abuse and fraud. Moreover, personal data is not stored any longer than necessary in the light of the GDPR and applicable legal retention periods.
NewCompliance uses systems or services from third-party suppliers, whereby it is possible that suppliers also have access to data from our customers. Some of our suppliers are based in the US. These parties are certified under the EU-US Privacy Shield or there are contractual agreements on an appropriate level of security.

If you have any comments or questions, we would be happy to hear from you. You can address this to NewCompliance, via (+31)79 737 0000 or by e-mail at

Changes in the Privacy Statement
NewCompliance reserves the right to make changes to this Privacy Statement.

The Hague, November 2020
This is the Privacy Statement of NewCompliance Group BV, having its registered office in (2596 BC) The Hague at Benoordenhoutseweg 46, registered in the trade register of the Chamber of Commerce number: 60272953.

Cookie statement

NewCompliance Group B.V. (“NewCompliance”) uses cookies and similar techniques. We do this to analyze our website and to make it function optimally, to improve our services and to display relevant advertisements on other websites and LinkedIn.

Cookies are small text files that are temporarily stored on the hard disk or placed in the memory of your PC, tablet or mobile phone. Below you can read which types of cookies are placed by NewCompliance and for what purposes these cookies are used.

Functional cookies
Functional cookies are necessary for the NewCompliance website to function. These cookies enable all web forms to work correctly.

Analytical cookies
NewCompliance uses analytical cookies to investigate the use of the websites and to gain insight into how and how often the website and pages are visited. On the basis of this information, NewCompliance can make adjustments and improvements and NewCompliance ensures that the websites continue to function optimally.

Used to measure the speed of the request

Used to distinguish between users

Measures website visits and used to distinguish between users (anonymous)

Google Analytics provides, among other things, insight into how visitors came to the website, which web pages visitors have visited and how much time visitors spend on the website on average. The cookies make it possible, among other things, that NewCompliance knows whether you have given permission to receive our newsletter.

Social Media share buttons
On our websites we display buttons with links to the social networks Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn so that you can easily share NewCompliance campaigns and NewCompliance news with friends. These share buttons are not pieces of code from the social media itself and do not use cookies.

YouTube videos
We show videos from YouTube on our websites. These videos are pieces of code (embeds) from YouTube itself and use cookies. The number of views of these videos is also registered with these cookies. NewCompliance has no influence on these cookies and refers to the privacy guidelines of YouTube for more information.

Personalizing advertisements
NewCompliance uses retargeting for its websites. We use this technique to make the internet offer even more interesting for you. For example, we can offer internet users who have previously shown interest in NewCompliance campaigns or products on other websites with relevant advertisements. NewCompliance is convinced that displaying personalized advertisements is more interesting for the internet user than advertisements that are not relevant to the user. The display of these advertisements on the pages of partners is done with the help of cookies and the analysis of previous usage behavior.


Features: This cookie comes from Google and will be deleted after a maximum of 18 months.

Sharing: Google shares this data with third parties.

Ads on social media
NewCompliance uses the so-called Facebook Pixel, Twitter Pixel and the LinkedIn Insight Tag for remarketing and conversion tracking.

These are pieces of JavaScript code that can keep track of which pages visitors view NewCompliance. This allows NewCompliance to measure the use of its website (s) and get to know its target groups. For example, visitors who have previously visited our website can be shown an advertisement on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn. Our advertisements can also be shown to similar target groups who have not yet visited our website.

In addition, the conversion from Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn can be tracked. Based on this, NewCompliance can measure and fine-tune its advertising campaigns. This enables NewCompliance to advertise more effectively and more specifically on social media.

Facebook Pixel ID: 2322494154652786
Properties: NewCompliance can no longer use the data after 180 days. Facebook links your data to your own Facebook account and stores this data until you delete your account, unless Facebook no longer needs this data. You can read how Facebook handles your data in Facebook’s privacy statement.

LinkedIn Insight Tag ID: 920002
Properties: The cookie expires six months after the last time the Insight Tag was loaded in your browser. LinkedIn links your data to your own LinkedIn account and stores this data until you delete your account, unless LinkedIn no longer needs this data. You can read how LinkedIn handles your data in LinkedIn’s privacy statement.

Facebook, but also other social media, are regularly in the negative in the news regarding the protection of the data of their users. As an organization committed to privacy, NewCompliance is aware like no other of the potential violation of the privacy of users of social media. In addition, Facebook’s policy changes often, with implications for privacy. That is why we continuously consider our presence on social media. We are currently choosing to continue using Facebook as it will allow us to use our resources in the most efficient way. An example: with Facebook advertisements we can approach people in a very targeted way, people who we know are interested in our work in principle.

Twitter Pixel ID: o1lbu
Properties: NewCompliance can no longer use the data after 18 months. You can read how Twitter handles your data in Twitter’s privacy statement.

Change cookie settings
You can easily delete the placed cookies via your browser settings. Please note that you must adjust the settings separately for each browser and computer you use. Also keep in mind that the websites may not work optimally without cookies. How you can adjust your settings differs per browser. If necessary, consult the help function of your browser, or click on one of the links below to go directly to the manual of your browser:

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