Is ZIPPYDOC making use of my uploaded data?Kate YarmiiNo, ZIPPYDOC neither uses user data nor does any ZIPPYDOC team member have access to it. Operations of ZIPPYDOC are fully outsourced to q.beyond, a trusted and leading operation provider. The user data is encrypted via SSL protocol and transmitted securely to the ZIPPYDOC backend, where it remains encrypted, and is only decrypted to run the task selected by the user. Depending on task run time, the time window in which the data exists in decrypted format can range from a few milliseconds to 6 minutes. Furthermore, the data in decrypted format only exists in the dedicated runtime environment, and is deleted immediately after task completion. This architecture ensures the highest level of data security and protection against data theft. This process is compliant with all data security and privacy features of Microsoft and runs on a Microsoft Azure cloud environment. Please view our data protection policy here.
Where does my data go when I use ZIPPYDOC?SupportThe ZIPPYDOC plattform has been designed to provide highest data security for the users of the plattform. If you upload data to the ZIPPYDOC plattform, your data is stored encrypted and only decrypted for the short period of time of a task run limited to the data feed of the respective task. Data is securely transferred via SSL protocol from and to the user's device. ZIPPYDOC neither uses the uploaded user data, not does any ZIPPYDOC team member have access to it. Operations of ZIPPYDOC are fully outsourced to q.beyond (www.qbeyond.de), a trusted and leading operation provider.
Is ZIPPYDOC GDPR compliant?SupportFor ZIPPYDOC, privacy and protection of our user’s data is the highest. ZIPPYDOC is compliant with all data security and privacy requirements of The General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679. However, without limiting the foregoing statement, GDPR regulations must also be observed by the users. For instance, the user must evaluate if he remains GDRP compliant, when storing or sharing data with other users. Also, if you use tasks that connect to other services or are published by third party users you need to check GDPR compliance of the tasks you intent to use.