What is the GDPR?

What is the GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new comprehensive data law in the European Union (EU) that uses existing data protection laws to strengthen the protection of personal data for individuals
who reside in the EU. The GDPR aims to increase transparency for how personal data is used and to provide EU residents (‘data subjects’) with more control over their data.

How does the GDPR affect my data?

GDPR regulates the processing of personal data of data subjects by service providers like H2cryptO, and allows you to exercise certain rights with respect to your data. These include the rights to access, correct, restrict processing, export or delete their data. For more information about the GDPR, please refer to the UK Information Commissioner’s Office’s guide to the general data protection regulation.

If you still have questions or concerns regarding how H2cryptO collects or uses your data, contact us at privacy@h2crypto.io. You may also register a complaint with the U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office. Please visit ico.org.uk for additional instructions.

What if I’m not an EU client?

Security of user data is central to H2cryptO’s mission to make this safest platform to use. As part of our GDPR efforts, we have improved many of our internal data controls and management practices. However, only EU residents have access to our new privacy rights dashboard at this time.