evenito's Input to GDPR
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) goes into effect on May 25th, 2018 - And evenito will have all necessary processes in place until then to be GDPR compliant.
What is the GDPR?
The GDPR is the new European legislation meant to replace the 1995 Data Protection Directive.
This regulation, which can be read in full on the CNIL website, is the new Europe-wide law governing the use and handling of individuals’ personal data.
It has three main objectives:
1. To standardize European data protection regulations.
2. To give citizens control over how their personal data is used
3. To make sure that companies are aware of their responsibilities regarding personal data.
Does the GDPR apply to you?
If you collect or process the personal data of any European citizen, regardless of the country in which your company is based, the GDPR will affect your business.
Rights coming with the GDPR
The GDPR gives new protection rights and assures better access to your personal data to all participants registering or interacting with evenito. As an evenito client, the GDPR will affect the usage of evenito and the data you (evenito client) will collect:
Right to rectification
Right to be forgotten
If one of your contacts wishes to exercise their right to be forgotten, you can simply delete them from your lists in evenito. This will also erase all their personal data. If one of your contacts sends a valid request directly to us, we will inform you and remove their personal data from your account, as well as from any other evenito accounts who have personal data on this contact, when applicable (matched over email).
You can contact us at any time to get your data.
Right to portability
Right of access
Unsubscribe at any time to any specific use of your information (invitation, participant list, etc. ). Which will however lead to the fact that certain services of evenito cannot be used by participants.
Right to object
If a security breach that is likely to “result in a risk to the rights and freedom of individuals” occurs, we will both inform users/participants and authorities if necessary