GDPR COMPLIANCE
Over the years, TimeTec has demonstrated our commitment on data privacy and protection by achieving the industry standards ISO 27001. Not only that, TimeTec has taken various measures to ensure our customers’ information are secure and protected, as explained in the Data Security page.

This May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a new data protection law for European countries will finally start to take effect. We believe that the GDPR is an important step to help us move towards a higher standards of operations to protect customers’ data, thus we are committed to comply with this new regulation.
What is GDPR?
GDPR is a new data protection law for European countries that strengthen the protection of personal data. It is a wide-reaching legislation, as it applies to all companies handling personal data of EU residents and its scope also covers almost all data relating to an individual, such as your IP addresses, website cookies and more. With this, the EU has really taken a major step forward to strengthen data protection, by shifting the rights over personal data away from companies back into your hands.
Our Commitment
For TimeTec, these new provisions will now govern the way we collect, store and process your personal data that we have in our care. Furthermore, in order to comply with the GDPR’s requirements, we have also made a host of changes to our website, policies, systems and processes.
Changes within TimeTec
Privacy Policy
We have reorganized and clarified our Privacy Policy (effective May 1st, 2018), as we want to be transparent about how we use your data, the controls you have over your information, and the measures we take to keep it safe. For all visitors and customers, we encourage you to click on the link and read this in full.


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Cookies Policy
We are also introducing a separate Cookies Policy (effective May 1st, 2018), which was previously a component under the Privacy Policy. Through this policy, we aim to provide sufficient details to all visitors and obtain consent for the cookies we use on our website. Should you wish to opt-out, you can refer back to this policy for more information. We will also be placing a cookie warning banner on TimeTec’s website, with a link to this policy.


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Data Processing Addendum
We offer this Data Processing Addendum to all of our EU subscribers, as an extension of the ‘Terms of Service’ agreement. This will clarify the terms and details of how we process and handle your data, the security measures, controls and more. If you are a subscriber in the EU and you have missed out on our earlier email communication to you, please read this Data Processing Addendum, sign and send us the copy via email at info@timeteccloud.com as per required by the new GDPR regulation.


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FAQ
Who does GDPR apply to?
GDPR applies to any organization that processes personal data of EU citizens, regardless of whether it has any physical presence in the EU, or even whether it has any EU customers. Companies are also required to pass these obligations down to all of their vendors and suppliers who may also handle personal data of EU citizens anywhere in the world.

When is the GDPR coming into effect?
GDPR comes into effect across the European countries on May 25, 2018. It's a regulation, meaning that it will instantly become law in all EU Member States on that date.

As a TimeTec subscriber, what should I do?
If you are a TimeTec subscriber, having employees currently resides in Europe or an organization located in Europe, please read our Data Processing Addendum, sign and send us the copy via email at info@timeteccloud.com. If you are non EU organization, please read the revised Privacy Policy and Cookies policy above.