GDPR News Center News for 10-20-2018

Basecamp GDPR compliance

If you’re based in the EU or do business in the EU, yeah! GDPR has a long reach. If you have any EU personal data in your Basecamp account, such as names, email addresses, ID numbers, or anything personally identifiable, then GDPR applies. You are a Controller of personal data under GDPR, so you need to enter into GDPR-compliant data processing agreements with any online services and third party vendors you rely on, including Basecamp. These agreements are commonly called a Data Processing Addendum, or DPA. 

Data Processing Addendum. Contracts required! Processing EU personal data must be governed by a GDPR-compliant contract. We provide a standard Data Processing Addendum to extend GDPR privacy principles, rights, and obligations everywhere personal data is processed. Basecamp participates in the EU-US and Swiss-US Privacy Shield Framework to safeguard the transfer of personal data to the US, meeting the GDPR requirement for adequate data protection laws. 

Basecamp uses third party subprocessors, such as cloud computing providers and customer support software, to provide our services. We enter into GDPR-compliant data processing agreements with each subprocessor, and require the same of them. 

Keywords: [“data”,”processed”,”GDPR”]
Source: https://basecamp.com/about/policies/privacy/gdpr

Basecamp GDPR compliance

If you’re based in the EU or do business in the EU, yeah! GDPR has a long reach. If you have any EU personal data in your Basecamp account, such as names, email addresses, ID numbers, or anything personally identifiable, then GDPR applies. You are a Controller of personal data under GDPR, so you need to enter into GDPR-compliant data processing agreements with any online services and third party vendors you rely on, including Basecamp. These agreements are commonly called a Data Processing Addendum, or DPA. 

Data Processing Addendum. Contracts required! Processing EU personal data must be governed by a GDPR-compliant contract. We provide a standard Data Processing Addendum to extend GDPR privacy principles, rights, and obligations everywhere personal data is processed. Basecamp participates in the EU-US and Swiss-US Privacy Shield Framework to safeguard the transfer of personal data to the US, meeting the GDPR requirement for adequate data protection laws. 

Basecamp uses third party subprocessors, such as cloud computing providers and customer support software, to provide our services. We enter into GDPR-compliant data processing agreements with each subprocessor, and require the same of them. 

Keywords: [“data”,”processed”,”GDPR”]
Source: https://basecamp.com/about/policies/privacy/gdpr

WP GDPR Compliance

Release date: July 6th, 2018* Added the ability to add required ‘Consents’. These Consents will always be triggered on page load.* Added ‘Privacy’ column to the WooCommerce order overview. Added the ability to change the message of the required asterisk elements. Added the ability to remove ‘Consents’ via the admin panel. Added confirmation mails sent after processing a anonymise request. 

Added mail sent to the admin when a new request is created. Release date: May 8th, 2018* Added a button to retry creating database tables required by the request user data functionality. Release date: May 7th, 2018* Added the request user data page. Added countdown to GDPR deadline* Added ability to add custom error messages to Contact Form 7 and Gravity Forms. Added ability to add HTML tags to the texts and error messages. 

Added minimum supported version for Contact Form 7* Added minimum supported version for Gravity Forms* Added minimum supported version for WooCommerce* Delete all data created by the plugin after deactivating integrations or uninstalling the plugin. Release date: January 19th, 2018* Added default error message. 

Keywords: [“Added”,”2018″,”Release”]
Source: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-gdpr-compliance/

WP GDPR Compliance

Release date: July 6th, 2018* Added the ability to add required ‘Consents’. These Consents will always be triggered on page load.* Added ‘Privacy’ column to the WooCommerce order overview. Added the ability to change the message of the required asterisk elements. Added the ability to remove ‘Consents’ via the admin panel. Added confirmation mails sent after processing a anonymise request. 

Added mail sent to the admin when a new request is created. Release date: May 8th, 2018* Added a button to retry creating database tables required by the request user data functionality. Release date: May 7th, 2018* Added the request user data page. Added countdown to GDPR deadline* Added ability to add custom error messages to Contact Form 7 and Gravity Forms. Added ability to add HTML tags to the texts and error messages. 

Added minimum supported version for Contact Form 7* Added minimum supported version for Gravity Forms* Added minimum supported version for WooCommerce* Delete all data created by the plugin after deactivating integrations or uninstalling the plugin. Release date: January 19th, 2018* Added default error message. 

Keywords: [“Added”,”2018″,”Release”]
Source: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-gdpr-compliance/

GDPR Compliance – Nextcloud

Email or public cloud solutions do not provide much security for sensitive data. Encryption is complicated and cumbersome to use, reducing the real benefits due to employees working around them or making mistakes. Keeping data on your own infrastructure means you stay in control. Only then can you show your customers exactly where their sensitive documents are. Regulators can be certain that non-compliance with proper process is minimized. 

Most consumer-grade solutions like Dropbox or Office 365 were not designed with privacy regulations and security concerns in mind, mixing data from consumers and businesses, spread out in data centers across the globe. Rather than trying to work around their limitations, Nextcloud Files provides a security-first solution which puts you in complete control over the location and access policies of data with a private cloud solution. 

Keywords: [“data”,”solution”,”control”]
Source: https://nextcloud.com/gdpr/

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