On May 25th the time has come! The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect. But this post should not be a reason to panic. We also don’t want to give any tips or warnings to concerned entrepreneurs, because we are convinced that those who have been careful with personal data up to now will not have to change much in their processes in the future.
Therefore, billtano is also prepared in good time for the guidelines of the regulation. So you don’t have to worry about data protection when using billtano.
What to do to use billtano GDPR compliant
Since we also process your customers’ personal data, you must conclude an order processing contract (AVV for short) with us. You can find this as a template in your master data. You can then upload the completed contract there again. If the data protection contact person changes in the future, only the document needs to be exchanged.
If your customers have questions about compliance with the GDPR, you can present the AVV and be on the safe side.
Secure dispatch of your invoices
If you send your invoices via billtano, the connection to the mail server will be encrypted in accordance with GDPR.
Procedural documentation must be prepared for 250 or more employees
In order to make company processes that are related to personal data traceable, Article 30 of the GDPR requires the preparation of process documentation (list of processing activities) for employees with 250 or more employees. This must clearly state who has access to which data and when the data was edited or processed by whom. Further information: https://dsgvo-gesetz.de/art-30-dsgvo/
If you have any further questions on the subject of data protection, please feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org