This website is developed by POLISH PLATFORM FOR HOMELAND SECURITY who are part of the FORMOBILE consortium, and the controller for the data processing occurring here. You can contact us at:



And our Data Protection Officer is accessible at:

This policy applies to all FORMOBILE website users and its goal is to communicate how we collect and process your personal data.

How do we collect information and what kind of information do we collect?

  • We collect your e-mail address when you subscribe to our newsletter.
  • We may also collect your personal data (name, e-mail and the message itself) if you contact us via the contact form in our website. We will use it only to reply to your initial message, and not put you in any database or further contact you.

In both cases, you are providing your consent which is the legal basis on which we process your personal data.

Your consent is voluntary but necessary to receive the newsletter or communicate to us via the FORMOBILE website contact form.

You may withdraw your consent at any time. You can withdraw your consent at any time by sending an e-mail to or through the use of another specific method provided by us.

How do we use your data?

  • If you subscribed to the newsletter: to regularly send you the FORMOBILE newsletter until you unsubscribe. You may also receive email from us with questions and information about your subscription to our newsletter.
  • When you contact us through the contact form: to answer the questions received via the contact form.

We will use personal information only for the purpose it was originally collected for, and we will delete personal information if you withdraw your consent. 

Are we sharing your data?

The information collected from the website may, when necessary, be shared with the FORMOBILE consortium (i.e. if you ask a question relating to the role of a particular partner) and potentially also with the European Commission when reporting FORMOBILE results. We will only share your personal data when necessary. Where possible, data will be anonymized and/or aggregated.

We do not intend to send your personal data In case any transfer of personal data outside the EEA would occur, we assure you that we will only do so in accordance with either Art. 45 GDPR (on the basis of an adequacy decision) or Art 46 GDPR (appropriate safeguards in place).

We do have a consortium partner based in the UK. They may receive your data if necessary, e.g. to answer a specific question relating to you submitted by you through the contact form. Under the current situation, data flows between the EU and the UK are still legal without additional safeguards. Should this situation change and the UK become a third country, we assure you that we will only maintain any necessary transfers in accordance with either Art. 45 GDPR (on the basis of an adequacy decision) or Art 46 GDPR (appropriate safeguards in place).

What are your rights as a data subject?

As a user on the FORMOBILE website, you are entitled to the following set of rights:

  • To ask us whether we process personal data on you, and if so, to obtain access to your personal data processed by us.
  • To correct/ update your personal data
  • To request deletion – this right could be exercised in cases where the personal data is no longer necessary, the personal data processing in unlawful, or you withdraw your consent
  • To request restriction of the processing of your personal data, where applicable. This could for example be a temporary measure in the case where you contest the accuracy of the personal data of you object to the processing, pending our review of your request.
  • To receive the personal data, which you have provided on the website, in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and to transmit those data to another controller without hindrance from the Polish Platform for Homeland Security (data portability).
  • To withdraw your consent for the processing of personal data or for the use of the website cookies. The withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.

You can exercise these rights by sending an email to

In case you remain unsatisfied with our response you have the right to contact the supervisory authority of the Member State of your habitual residence, place of work or the place of the alleged infringement (Poland). In Poland, the supervisory authority is the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.

How long do we keep your data?

We process and store personal data as long as it necessary for the fulfilment of our contractual obligations under the Grant Agreement of the project, which is roughly 5 years after the project end. When this data is no longer necessary for the above purposes, it will be regularly deleted.