The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) approved and adopted by the EU Parliament in April 2016 aims primarily to give control back to EU citizens and residents over their personal data, and to simplify the regulatory environment for international business by unifying the regulation within the EU.
As the GDPR came into effect on the 25th of May 2018, all companies processing and storing the personal data of subjects residing in the EU must comply with it, regardless of their location.
AimiHub is able to comply with the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). A priority at AimiHub is the security of our customers' data. We have followed the EU's transition to the GDPR and continue to take important strides in the area of data protection, many which are applicable under the GDPR.
AimiHub is the data controller for the purposes of GDPR.
We can provide further details about categories of data, assistance in facilitating deletion of data subjects, and discuss the impact of such deletions. We are also introducing features into the AimiHub SaaS application to help you meet requirements defined by the GDPR.
We value our customers and take all reasonable steps to protect their privacy. We follow up to date industry standards in securing infrastructure and how it relates to application code.
If a data breach does occur, AimiHub is ready to respond in accordance with the GDPR.
AimiHub will respond in accordance with rights granted by the GDPR when we receive a request to provide or delete a data subject's Personally Identifiable Information (PII).
AimiHub uses certain trusted third parties (for example, providers of data centers, email services and IT services) to help us provide, improve, protect, and promote our services. We carry out strict due diligence to verify that any third parties comply with the GDPR.
Despite the invalidation of the EU-US Privacy Shield recently, AimiHub remains committed to meet GDPR compliant standards as per our GDPR statement (this page)
AimiHub was not and is not a registered EU-US or Swiss-US Privacy Shield participant, as such the recent EU court decisions haven't changed the way that we operate and treat your data.