Social institutions naturally process special categories of personal data, such as health data or data relating to religious or philosophical beliefs. But also the processing of other sensitive data of children or of the social environment of data subjects is part of the daily business. This data is particularly in need of protection in order that such institutions must not only consider and implement privacy provisions, but especially focus on IT security.
Due to different legal provisions and the main activity of social work, which is in the foreground, such institutions are always in the area of conflict between legal ability and permission. In addition, competition is becoming stronger.
MORGENSTERN maintains an overview of the different conditions for institutions and finds economic and practical solutions that ensure a performance-oriented way of working in compliance with privacy provisions.