Unified is serious about security (https://unified.to/security). To support our customers that collect and process the personal data of European citizens, Unified has implemented the required controls and procedures to comply with the obligations of a data under the GDPR.
End-Customer: Consent is given by the End Customer's acceptance when they grant access to their data through the authorization process, whether via Unified's API Token authorization page, or via an integration vendor's OAuth2 authorization page. The End Customer can withdraw their authorization by contacting our customer (the data processor) or by contacting Unified's support team (https://unified.to/contact)
Customer: Consent is given by the Customer, which gives Unified permission to process personal data for the purpose of providing the Service to their End-Customers.
Customer: For Customers, withdrawal of consent after initial consent/opt-in is available via termination of their agreement with Unified.
End-Customer: For End-Customers who have authorized an account with Unified through a Customer's application, withdrawal of consent may be accomplished by removing their consent on the Customer's application where they originally granted access.
Customer: For Customers, deletion of their account's data is available via termination of their agreement with Unified.
End-Customer: For End-Customers, as there is NO data stored on Unified's resources, no action is required. They may contact the Customer where their data maybe stored in the Customer's application.
Customers can access, modify and download their data directly from the Unified application.
End-Customers will need to contact the Customer as none of their data is stored on Unified's resources.
Unified maintains a strong set of security posture and features. For more details, please visit https://unified.to/security.
Please contact us via our Support page at https://unified.to/contact.
A DPA is available in our application.