What is GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a legal framework that sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information of individuals within the European Union (EU).

ClickCease takes GDPR seriously and does anything needed to comply.

This article explains in detail the steps we take and how it will affect our activity in the EU.

What Steps is ClickCease taking towards being GDPR compliant?

  • A thorough investigation of the technical and business aspects of ClickCease. Audit the gaps between the GDPR requirements and our current processes. This includes mapping the data we collect, process and identifying which collected data falls under a 'personal identifiable information'.
    Completed (February 2018).

  • Construct a detailed plan of how to implement the changes have to be taken.
    Completed (March 2018)

  • Rewrite the ClickCease terms of service and privacy statements.
    Completed (March 2018)

  • Apply changes to the ClickCease dashboard (i.e support for the 'right to be forgotten').
    Completed. (May 2018)

  • Apply changes to the ClickCease signup flow (i.e support for 'collecting only the data we need').
    Completed. (May 2018)

  • Apply changes to the ClickCease internal technical processes (i.e applying the changes for our data retention policy).
    Completed (April 2018)

  • Finalize our DPA and publish it.
    Completed. Feel free to ask for it here: privacy@clickcease.com

  • Apply changes to our internal business flows
    Completed. (May 2018)

  • Making sure all 3rd parties we use are GDPR compliant. We use well known providers like Azure, Intercom, Stripe, Paypal and more. We use only GDPR compliant vendors.
    Completed. (May 2018)

  • Appoint a data protection officer
    Completed (May 2018). Our data protection officer can be reached at privacy@clickcease.com.

  • Announce our beloved customers that we have completed all steps towards GDPR compliance.

  • Completed. (May 2018)

On Sept 1st 2020, Clickcease merged with Cheq.AI Technologies (2018) Ltd.

Our product, including our privacy and data security practices have not changed, and we continue to maintain the same level of security and compliance as before the merger.

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