Mobility software requires confidential processing of sensitive user data
Sint-Truiden-based company InTouch specialises in digital services for smart cities. The purpose of these services is to improve the quality of public services in cities and municipalities and make life easier for citizens. The latest products include solutions for issuing digital resident cards and transit permits for car-free zones that have been created in towns and cities. But also for monitoring enforcement of these permits.
These mobility solutions require a connection to the National Register. Because InTouch needs the address of the citizens to establish the price of each permit. Enforcement is based on number plates, which means the citizen's personal details must once again be retrieved from the National Register. The retrieved information must therefore be stored securely. In concrete terms, the company was looking for: