CoachZippy GDPR Compliance

CoachZippy is committed to assisting customers to prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR is a series of rules governing organizations that handle EU citizens’ private data, regardless of where the companies themselves are located.
Let us explain our ways and plans to achieve GDPR compliance, both for our company and our clients. GDPR will go into effect on January 24, 2020.

Our company has made CoachZippy, software products and services in line with GDPR so our customers can have the necessary means to stay GDPR compliant.

Steps to achieve are described below:
We have encrypted our database to be particularly compliant to GDPR
We take consent from our customers personally and about how we encrypt
We enable our customers to allow GDPR approval for their application sites
We save approval for each participant and engage in our Privacy Shield and implement our Data Processing Addendum
We also continue to monitor the guidance around GDPR compliance from privacy-related regulatory bodies, and will adjust our plans accordingly should the situation change.

Your Liability Under GDPR

If you're a CoachZippy customer, you're likely a company proprietor using the CoachZippy products to sell your client's goods and facilities. With regard to the customer data you provide to CoachZippy, CoachZippy will fulfill its GDPR obligations; but with regard to your customers, you are probably a data controller and, if any of your customers are a citizen or a resident of a country in the European Union, you must ensure that you fulfill your GDPR obligations as a data controller; CoachZippy offers software products ; it does not provide legal or legal advice, nor does it offer a GDPR enforcement bundle "done-for-you." In order to conform with GDPR, please advise your legal counsel.

EU-U.S. Privacy Shield

We are committed to the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield values of collecting, using and retaining EU nations private data. When handling EU private data in the U.S., we will conform to the Privacy Shield Principles of Notice, Choice, Accountability for Transfer, Security, and Data Integrity & Purpose Limitation.
European Union residents who think their data has not been handled according to the Privacy Shield rules may, by emailing us, increase their request.
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