Information about GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) for Decision Trees
This is a European Union regulation, designed to improve the data security and privacy of European citizens. Find out more on Wikipedia or the GDPR main site. Although this is specific to European customers, we think it's a good idea for the entire world.
In essence, GDPR helps make sure your data is safe, and that you can access and control it.
As a company, we've enacted the following procedures and policies:
When you create a decision tree using the Zingtree platform, and you have customers residing in the EU, you should make sure of the following:
If you require a customized Data Processing Agreement, either send us your own copy, or download and complete this Word document, and send to Zingtree for signature.
Many of our servers and all the data are located in the USA. Fortunately, we can continue to use AWS to transfer data from the EU to USA without altering our architecture, and in compliance with present EU law.
This is possible because AWS has already obtained approval from EU data protection authorities (Article 29 Working Party) to enable transfer of personal data outside Europe, including to the USA. This means Zingtree can continue to run global operations using AWS in full compliance with the EU Data Protection Directive, even if your data was originally stored in the USA.
You can find further information at:
Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns about GDPR and our data protection policy.