GDPR Compliance? No Sweat, TrustCall is Private by Design
The daily headlines are increasingly filled with reports and disclosures of data breaches and other assorted leaks of individuals’ personally identifiable information (PII). Vulnerabilities and other bugs are discovered regularly across a broad range of products including, alarmingly, those explicitly intended to protect user data and information, such as we saw with the recent discovery of a vulnerability in PGP-encrypted e-mail.
GDPR – Europe Focuses On Privacy By Design
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a European Union (EU) mandate, places new requirements on organizations worldwide that are intended to protect the rights of EU citizens and the integrity of their personal information. GDPR encourages organizations to adopt a ‘Culture of Privacy by Design’ when building or improving services for their users – putting security and privacy first, ahead of functionality and design. While individuals must remain proactive in protecting their own data, organizations are now responsible for prioritizing the protection of user data while also minimizing the collection, processing and storage of that data.
KoolSpan Commitment to Always Put User Privacy and Security First
KoolSpan’s unwavering commitment to user privacy translates into products designed explicitly for protecting and securing user data. While organizations around the world have been modifying source code and updating privacy policies in the last-minute scramble to become GDPR-compliant, for KoolSpan, it’s been business as usual as we continue doing what we do best – protecting communications and all associated user data.
TrustCall is fully encrypted, end-to-end, and we never have access to the content of your calls or messages. We don’t share your data with 3rd parties without your consent, and we never collect, aggregate, sell, or otherwise monetize your information.