Recording CCTV surveillance register description
The name of the register
Recording CCTV surveillance at Satamatie 13, 21200 Naantali, FINLAND.
Naantalin Satama Oy
Business ID 2644726-5
Person responsible for register
Traffic Manager, mrs. Liisa Majuri
Naantalin Satama Oy
tel. +358 50 339 0579
The purpose of the register and use of camera footage
CCTV cameras are used to monitor land and water areas stated in the port plan. The monitored areas are clearly marked with signs.
The purpose of the monitoring is to ensure the safety of persons visiting the port area, to protect the property and to help prevent unauthorised personnel or vehicles entering the area according to the international ISPS-regulations.
The real-time footage from the cameras is used to monitor the port area.
Data collected in the register
The surveillance cameras are digital and record 24/7. The footage is stored on a hard drive. The cameras do not record audio.
The data source is the recorded video footage from the CCTV cameras monitoring the area stated in the port plan.
Disclosing or transferring of customer data
The footage recorded by the cameras is not normally disclosed to outside of Naantalin Satama.
We may disclose the footage according to law or a mandatory stipulation from the authorities such as police, customs or border guard. According to an agreement camera footage may be disclosed to other port operatives.
We do not transfer camera footage outside of the EU or the EEA.
Safety and protection of registers
The CCTV camera control and hard drives are located in the port monitoring room with access only for selected authorised personnel. Recorded footage is handled automatically and monitoring of the footage is carried out on predefined computers, protected with passwords and firewalls. Camera footage is stored for 45 days after which it is deleted.
Right to check, modify and delete recorded data
Customers have the right to check the data collected in the register and to request deleting their data. The request can be submitted for free once in every 12 months. If a customer uses the right to check the data more often, we are entitled to charge a reasonable fee for the service.
The controller has the right to decline the request according to the clauses described in the law or rights and responsibilities of the controller.
Customers have the right to make a complaint to the supervisory authority if they think that the controller has not followed the legislation or common policies of the industry in handling of the data.
Contacting the person responsible for register
The request for checking or deleting of the data must be submitted in signed letter to the person responsible for the register. The checking of the data must be done personally at the office of the controller. The controller may ask the customer to clarify the request in writing and/or demand a proof of identity.