Overview of PASERO's personal data handling

When visiting the website, PASERO-MI Ltd. collects Personal Data on its visitors and registered users. We don’t sell your Personal Data to anybody. Read this quick overview or go to the full privacy policy here:

Registration and billing

- To provision you the service
  • Personal data: name, email address, billing information
  • Third Parties used: Amazon Web Services, ProtonMail, online payment&accounting service provider, accountant
  • Retention: 8 years if required by law
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Visitors and cookies

- For user experience & statistics
  • Personal data: IP, browser info, webpage usage information
  • Third Parties used: Amazon Web Services, Google Analytics
  • Retention: 90 days
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- Personal data you might upload when using the service
  • Personal data: contract signatories and contacts, name and email address of users, e-mail address of your customers, free text within comments and descriptions
  • Third Parties used: Amazon Web Services
  • Retention: until you have an account
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Rights and questions

  • Rights regarding Personal Data for Registered users
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PASERO contact information

- if you have any questions
  • PASERO-MI Ltd.
  • H-1221 Budapest, Ady Endre ut 87, Hungary
  • privacy@pasero.me
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Resources for data protection compliance

While the EDPB did issue a guide on technical and organizational measures to help companies make international data transfers compliant, at first look these measures look inpractical. A ruling in France in relation to the use of Amazon Web Services and Schrems II does provide hope.

A good data processor relationship can be mutually benefitial for many years. As the preparation and integration of the DPA into the main agreement has a significant impact on the future collaboration of the parties, it should not be treated as a checklist item.

Technical and organizational measures (TOM) for protecting personal data need to be part of the agreements that regulate data sharing. These documents are called TOMs and their content can vary significantly based on the maturity of the particular organization's security programs. But what are the most common areas?

Vendor and 3rd party management practices have become standard elements of the data protection requirements. We summarize the relevant regulations and requirements to look out for when drafting data processing agreements.

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