At Leadcamp, we embed Privacy by Design in our entire product development workflows to ensure that we fulfill EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and maintain transparency about how we use data.

Here’s an overview of GDPR and how we implemented it at Leadcamp:

What’s GDPR?

The GDPR is a comprehensive data protection law enacted on May 25, 2018. It replaced existing EU law to strengthen the protection of “personal data” and individual rights. It's a single set of rules which governs the processing and monitoring of EU data.

Does it affect me?

Yes, most likely. If you use Leadcamp to hold and process data about an individual in the EU, the GDPR applies to you whether you are based in the EU or not.

How Leadcamp implemented GDPR

Our team works hard to ensure we are GDPR compliant and help you be compliant. It is a big challenge for us to develop a data-rich product that enables the user to meet legal obligations simultaneously, so we're constantly reviewing our data, how we implement features and how to enable compliance.

Here are the main things we did:

We built a Privacy & Consent hub:

Together with our legal department, we have developed a Privacy & Consent hub to enable our customers to meet their GDPR obligations easily. Within this hub, we have created 4 privacy levels from which our users can choose in line with how their company handles the regulations.

These levels are designed to handle, at the highest level, both opt-ins for data processing and tracking cookies separately for both known and unknown leads entering the system.

We updated our Data Processing Policy (DPP):

Strong data protection commitments are an important part of the requirements of GDPR. Our data processing policy shares our privacy commitments and sets out the terms for Leadcamp and our clients to comply with GDPR requirements. This policy is provided to all customers when they create an account.

We coordinated with our vendors:

We review all our vendors regularly to monitor their GDPR position and sign Data Processing Agreements with them.

Steps you can take

We’ll keep monitoring the measures taken regarding GDPR, and we’ll help our customers, and prospective customers are compliant. Some steps you can take are:

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