Empresa Nacional de Innovación, S.A., hereafter ENISA, will observe the provisions of the Constitutional Act 15/1999 (13th December) on Personal Data Protection, as provided in its regulation, approved by Royal Decree 1720/2007, (21st December), and in its supplementary rules on personal data protection with regards to maintaining confidentiality and the automatic processing of personal data voluntarily submitted by the users of this website.

As a potential recipient of electronic messages sent by ENISA, you are hereby informed that neither the confidentiality nor the integrity or faultess delivery of the messages sent by electronic mail or other Internet channels can be guaranteed. Consequently, ENISA assumes no responsibility for such circumstances. If you do not consent to the use of e-mail or other Internet communications, please let us know immediately by writing to Empresa Nacional de Innovación, S.A., Data Protection Manager, calle José Abascal, 4 planta 5, 28003 Madrid, Spain, or send an e-mail to: calidad@enisa.es.

The information contained in any electronic message sent by ENISA is confidential and is intended solely for the designated recipient whose data forms part of a file for which ENISA, whose headquarters is at the address shown below, is responsible. This data shall be used to contact and inform such recipients of our activities.

ENISA guarantees recipients of its electronic mails and all other Internet communications the right to access, rectify, cancel or challenge the processing and use of their data, via written notice sent to the aforementioned address.

Individuals receiving a message not addressed to them are requested to inform us immediately and also destroy both the message itself and any attached documents. Unauthorised disclosure, reproduction, distribution or use of the information contained in such messages constitutes a violation of existing legislation.


The purpose for which data is requested and the processing to which such information will be subjected are specified on each and every form to be completed by users in order to obtain their informed consent to both.

You are urged to read through all the terms and conditions indicated in the forms before sending them.

In the event data is to be transferred to other companies, ENISA shall request relevant authorisation from the affected party in advance, informing them of the identity of the recipient and the reason for transferring the data.

Commercial messages may be sent to consenting users to keep them informed about ENISA’s products and services. Users may cancel this service at any time, either via the messages themselves or by e-mailing: calidad@enisa.es, specifying “Cancellation" in the subject box.

ENISA has adopted the technical and organisational measures needed to prevent the loss, misuse, alteration, unauthorised access or theft of the personal data processed in the company’s files.

The company applies the security measures cited in the Constitutional Act on Data Protection and the respective Regulations in accordance with the type of personal data processed in its files.

Cookies are alphanumeric identifiers saved on a computer's hard disk through web browsers in order to allow ENISA systems to identify the user in subsequent visits and make navigation on its website easier.

Cookies enable users to access personalised website functions. We therefore recommend that you keep them enabled.

However, users may prefer to set their computers to reject cookies.  Most browsers offer information on how to prevent computers from accepting new cookies, how to receive notification of new cookies and how to disable cookies completely.

This information can be obtained by pressing the "help” key on the browser toolbar.

As provided for in the Constitutional Act on Personal Data Protection and its regulations, all personal data owners may exercise their right to access, rectify, cancel or challenge the data in ENISA's possession.

To that effect, users may contact Empresa Nacional de Innovación, S.A., Data Protection Manager, Paseo de la Castellana, 216, planta 16, Edificio Puerta de Europa, Madrid, Spain, by any means proving submission and receipt, or email: calidad@enisa.es.

This privacy policy was updated in September 2013.

ENISA reserves the right to amend its data protection policy in the event of amendments to existing legislation or case law, or in accordance with its own business criteria.  Any changes to this policy will be published at this same address.