Wakayama University, as a national university corporation, maintains various laws, ordinances, and internal regulations regarding the protection and appropriate management of personal information.
1. Acquisition of personal information
The university obtains personal information by lawful and legitimate means.
2. Use and provision of personal information
Personal information collected will be used within the scope necessary to achieve the purposes of use.
The university will not provide personal information to a third party without obtaining prior consent from the person involved, except when indicated under laws or regulations or provided to a service contractor to achieve the purpose of its collection.
When providing personal information to a third party based on laws or regulations or entrusting services related to the handling of personal information to a third party, the university will investigate and appropriately supervise the third party's ability to manage personal information and ensure its security.
3. Management of personal information
The university will take the necessary measures to maintain the accuracy and management of personal information to prevent leaks, losses, or damage. Furthermore, the university will take information security measures against unauthorized external access and cyber threats.
4. Disclosure, correction, and suspension of the use of personal information
The university will, as required by law, promptly respond to any request from the person involved for correction (including addition or deletion) of personal information and/or suspension of use, deletion, or suspension of provision of personal information held by the university.