This statement may be updated from time to time. Therefore, please make sure to consult this statement regularly to be aware of the most current version.
The security of the data we have from you and the data you process with ClockAssist is our top priority.
What does 'top priority' mean then? It means that we take appropriate measures to ensure that no one can access your data without authorization. We also require our partners and suppliers to take appropriate measures.
Below, we will explain the measures and methods we use and how your privacy is managed at ClockAssist. We would also like to explain some concepts that we use in this statement:
ClockAssist uses managed hosting on its own servers managed in a data center in Amsterdam. The following certifications and accreditations apply:
All connections to the server are encrypted in transit. The data processed in ClockAssist is securely stored in a data center in Amsterdam. Data from ClockAssist is not stored or processed outside the European Union and the European Economic Area.
ClockAssist does not store user passwords in plain text. We only store password hashes that are not decipherable, and we encrypt them with Bcrypt.
In addition to the measures we take to secure your data and account, it is advisable to choose a strong password (the longer the password, the more secure it is) when logging in and to set up two-factor authentication (2FA). Without your mobile phone, you cannot log in to your account.
ClockAssist has an uptime of 99.9%. This means that the software rarely has a malfunction or is otherwise unavailable. In the event of a malfunction, our Development department is automatically notified, and we do everything we can to make the platform available again.
The privacy you have within ClockAssist is of the utmost importance to us. ClockAssist has been developed according to the concept of privacy by design. This means that by definition, all data of a user can only be viewed by that user until the user gives permission to share certain data.
ClockAssist recognizes and records activity on your computer or phone. We are aware that passing on this data to someone other than yourself (whether it's a colleague, an application, or processing in a report that can be traced back to the user) is not ethical. We believe that this should not be allowed. That is why we have chosen to develop the software in such a way that the user has all the freedom to:
In summary, we can say the following about your privacy within ClockAssist:
ClockAssist does not process any personal data other than an email address, first and last name, and a business phone number. These data are only used for the proper functioning of the software, namely for logging in and linking the correct logs to the correct user.
We also use the email address to send you product-related information, such as instructions and tips for using ClockAssist. You can always unsubscribe from these emails.
Because you also process customer data with our software, we are obliged to enter into a processing agreement with all our customers. Within the software, you will find the option to read, sign, and download this agreement.
We do not process any special personal data.
ClockAssist does not transfer personal data to third parties. We also do not process or store data outside the European Economic Area. However, we use applications that allow us to communicate with our customers and store customer information.
These applications are:
These applications are of an international nature. According to the European Commission, the destination country provides an adequate level of protection or is certified under the EU-US Privacy Shield.
ClockAssist never retains your personal data longer than necessary, unless the law justifies or requires a longer retention period. By 'necessary,' we mean that we can guarantee the proper functioning of the software.
You always have the right to access the personal data we hold about you.
In addition, you have the right to rectify, complete, or update your personal data. You must make these changes yourself in your own account. You are responsible for ensuring that this data is always accurate.
You have the right to withdraw your consent for the processing of your personal data. By doing so, you also agree not to use ClockAssist anymore.
You also have the right to request your personal data and receive it in a commonly used format.
You can exercise your rights by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will comply with your request as soon as possible, but in any case within four weeks. To fulfill your request, we need confirmation of your identity. Therefore, always include a copy of your identification.