Do you know what the most valuable commodity of the digital age is? It’s your data. Some even say that data is more precious than gold! When data is this valuable, you need to be aware of what’s happening with your data; and keep your information safe.
At NobrokerHood, the security of your data comes first. We go overboard to build systems that keep your data safe from day zero.
The government of India is mulling over new guidelines for security. As per the proposed Personal Data Protection Bill (PDPB) 2019 guidelines, all data originated in Indian should be stored on Indian servers. Though the bill is still under consideration, NoBrokerHood has taken proactive measures to implement this.
As the first step in this direction, you as a resident can now see who is looking at your PII (Personal Identification Information). You can also see when it was accessed, and why it was accessed. Any data shown on the dashboards to the society admins is masked and cannot be viewed directly. Any action to view or edit a resident’s data is first audited by the system.
Similarly, no reports can be accessed by the society administration without two-factor authentication(2FA). First, the user should be authorized to access the report, second, they need to use an OTP and give a valid reason for accessing the data. Finally, data is never shown on the application, it is instead sent in an email to the authorized admins only.
Further, you as a building society can set a duration for certain kinds of data that is retained on the NoBrokerHood system. You can select if you want the in/out data of visitors, maids, staff etc. to be stored for 3 months, 6 months, 1 year, or more. Post this tenure, it will be deleted automatically, there is no possibility to retrieve the data; even by NoBrokerHood.
Above all, you have the Right to be Forgotten. We have made it possible for you to request the deletion of your data processed within 7 days of society approval.
As we strongly believe in this, here’s what you need to know –
If you have any questions regarding your data and privacy, drop us a comment below or visit NoBrokerHood for more details.