Privacy & Security FAQ
The abbreviation GDPR refers to the legal act adopted by the European Union that regulates the principles of personal data protection, which came into force on May 25, 2018. The act aims to ensure an appropriate level of personal data protection of individuals and harmonize the rules regarding data processing in the EU. It applies to every company providing services to EU citizens, even if it is not based in the EU.
As a company operating under Polish law, ClickMeeting is required to implement and comply with GDPR, like any company that stores or processes the personal data of EU citizens and markets services or products to those citizens, even if the company does not have a business location in the EU.
In order to ensure compliance of our activities with GDPR we have audited the entire organization, introduced appropriate technological solutions in the service we offer, changed our internal policies, reviewed and renegotiated our agreements with data processors. We regularly train our employees and constantly monitor the current standards to ensure the highest data processing security, making appropriate changes in our organization when necessary.
Yes, ClickMeeting participates in the processing of personal data, both as a data controller (of ClickMeeting customer data) and as a processor (of customer webinar participants).
The ClickMeeting customer who has an account on our platform and organizes an event is the controller of the personal data of the webinar attendees. In this case, ClickMeeting acts solely as a personal data processor.
Yes, because ClickMeeting is a data processor for the personal data of webinar attendees, we create data processing agreements between ClickMeeting and our customers. GDPR specifies the duty to conclude such agreements and standard provisions to include.
Yes. ClickMeeting encourages its customers to use the data processing agreement drafted by ClickMeeting that is tailored to the service we provide and assures appropriate security standards. The data processing agreement template can be found here.
Does ClickMeeting use sub-processors in the course of providing the service and the processing of personal data entrusted by its customers?
Yes, as it is necessary for the implementation of our services. ClickMeeting is a global company that allows you to use the service almost anywhere in the world. Primarily because of that, ClickMeeting engages other entities in the course of providing the service to which it further entrusts the processing of personal data received from customers. This means that there occurs the so-called personal data sub-processing.
A complete list of our subprocessors can be found here.
At ClickMeeting, we pay great attention to the proper protection and the processing of personal data, which is why we use different types of security measures. If you are interested in how we protect your personal data and what kind of technical and organizational measures we apply, please click here for a full description of our security standards.
Absolutely! Your security is our number one priority, so we offer best-practice security measures. Please refer to this document for details.
For optimal use we recommend outbound configurations via TCP ports 1935, 80 and 443.
If you wish to organize an event using WebRTC audio-video technology, please make sure that the TCP/UDP port 443 is open.
For optimal use, make sure that UDP is open for all IP addresses available in this document.
No, it is not possible. You don’t need to install anything to use ClickMeeting and all files that are uploaded and shared are scanned by anti-virus software on our servers.
To change your password, log in to your account and go to your name in the upper right corner of the screen. From the drop-down menu select Account details, go to Change password and click Reset password. A link will be sent to your email address. Follow the instructions to change your password.