TheyDo’s GDPR commitment

Latest update July 28, 2020.

This document is designed to help TheyDo customers and users understand, and where applicable, comply, with the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”). The GDPR is the most significant change to European data privacy legislation in the last 20 years and went into effect on May 15, 2018.

GDPR is designed to give European Union (“EU”) citizens more control over their data and seeks to unify a number of existing privacy and security laws under one comprehensive law.

TheyDo has made information security and data privacy foundational principles of everything we do, and we recognize the importance of adhering to regulations to advance information security and data privacy for citizens of the EU.

GDPR compliance

We appreciate that our customers have requirements under the GDPR that are directly impacted by their use of our Services. Below are several GDPR initiatives that have been implemented across our Services:

Investment in security – We’ve increased our investment in security. This includes implementing dependency vulnerability detection, improved auditing and logging across all services, new internal security policies, staff security training, improved password, and secret management, 2FA enforcement, stronger password policies, and more.

Employee training – We ensure our team is trained in handling customer data and personal information, and that they maintain the confidentiality and security of that data.

Updated terms – We have updated the structure and language used in all of our terms and policies to more clearly communicate what information we collect, what we use it for, who we share it with, what your rights are, and more.

Privacy policy updates – We have split our privacy policy into two separate policies to simplify the language. Our Website Visitor Privacy Policy concerns anonymous website visitors, while our User Privacy Policy concerns logged in users.

Data Subprocessors – We list all of our third-party Data Processors and share information on what we use them for and where they are located.

Our security

We appreciate that we are entrusted with valuable and sometimes sensitive user research data, which is why we have built security into every layer of our architecture, pursuing a ‘privacy by design’ approach to the design and development of our Services.

Our application is built on world-class, modern cloud infrastructure designed to ensure the safety of your data. We have carefully chosen proven third party cloud providers that have a great security track record, and we employ best practices including regular backups, data encryption, sanitized logging, and common attack prevention.

Data portability and right to be forgotten

We help you honor your customers’ requests to export their data. TheyDo provides data portability and data management tools for exporting product and user data. For more information on data export features, visit our help center.

We also help customers meet obligations under the GDPR ‘right to be forgotten’ (or ‘right to erasure’) clause by making it easy to request the deletion of personal data from TheyDo.

Privacy and consent

Your privacy is important to us, and so is being transparent about how we collect, use, and share your information. In our Website Visitor Privacy Policy and our Privacy Statement, we share what information we collect, how we use and store that data, and how you can access and control your information.

Additional resources

The following resources might prove useful:

Privacy Statement (users)

Privacy Statement (visitors)

List of Data Subprocessors

The EU’s definition of personal data

Full text of the GDPR