QandR uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), which means that a secure layer is placed between a server and an internet browser to protect the data. All traffic, both from the phones of participants to the server and from the server to the presentation screen, runs via https with an SSL certificate so that the traffic is encrypted and cannot be intercepted.
Every facilitator creates a password when starting his QandR account, which is stored securely using end-to-end encryption. These passwords are not visible to the developer Noterik either.
When an organisation needs it, two factor authentication (2FA) can be offered on QandR facilitator accounts. The 2FA is not part of the standard account, please contact Rutger Rozendal on 020 2401145 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the storage of data, we use a server centre located on European territory. Read more about this on this page. Among other things, this page states that compliance with EU regulations applies to the transfer of data. The GDPR, which is the European version of the AVG, and also other EU privacy regulations are thus applicable to the hosting and storage facilities of QandR.
A data processing agreement has been concluded with various clients of QandR. These agreements explicitly lay down the rules for the storage and management of data and also consider the responsibility of the facilitator in this regard. If you want to conclude a data processing agreement, please contact Rutger Rozendal on 020 2401145 or via email@example.com.