The General Data Protection Regulation, abbreviated as GDPR, is an EU regulation that
establishes the legal framework to protect the personal data of residents in the EU.
Organizations that process personal data of residents in the EU, regardless of whether they are
located in or outside the EU, are required to comply with its provisions. With this page we
would like to explain how B4B IT, the legal owner of Pro Backup, is committed to GDPR compliance.
The starting point is that B4B IT, regardless of the tool it offers, respects your data processing rights, respects your privacy and is committed to protecting the personal data we process.
It is important to know which role B4B IT fulfills.
As a provider of tools, B4B IT is a processor of personal data that offers companies and
organizations the opportunity to process personal data better and more efficiently. This means
that the users of our tools, our customers, are and remain responsible for processing. It is
they who determine the purpose and means for the processing of personal data and, among other
things, rely on the tools that B4B IT has developed. As such, they must ensure that they process
their customers' data correctly, in accordance with the GDPR.
In particular, B4B IT customers must ensure that they have a processing agreement with the processors they use, such as B4B IT. To this end, you can download our Processor Agreement and send us a signed copy by email.
In addition, B4B IT is also a data controller, especially for the data about its customers. A policy has been drawn up for this, which you can find on our website.
B4B IT ensures that the data and processing are sufficiently secured in function of the risks, in accordance with what the GDPR prescribes.
We also call upon a number of parties referred to as sub-processors in this context to provide the best possible services. In this context, B4B IT wants to be transparent and always keep an updated list of those sub-processors. We are convinced that these sub-processors are committed to data protection, understand the obligations of the GDPR and have taken the necessary measures to comply with them.
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