The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European privacy law which has been in force since May 2018. It imposes rules on companies which process (collect, store, manage, analyse) personal data.
Read this article to discover how Yadera helps you to meet the GDPR requirements.
The GDPR makes a clear distinction between two roles:
Most importantly, we are processor in relation to the personal data of third parties (contacts) which you as a customer enter into our platform. Our platform facilitates the management of these contacts. However, the decision as to which personal data is entered into the Yadera account lies entirely with the customer/user. This means the Yadera customer is the data controller here. Yadera has the sole task of keeping the customer's data safe and available and will never use this data for its own (commercial) purposes. The customer decides at any time what happens to his/her data on the platform.
Wherever possible, Yadera provides tools and assistance enabling our customers to meet their own obligations under the GDPR:
Note: even though Yadera makes reasonable efforts to help its customers with GDPR compliance, it remains your final responsibility as data controller to meet your GDPR obligations. More information is available on https://gdpr-info.eu/.
If we can help with any Yadera-specific question on GDPR feel free to contact our Data Protection Officer (DPO).
Ensuring the security of your data and complying with data protection legislation is an important part of our mission. We continue to invest effort and resources to make improvements in this area.