Quick base and Australian Law

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Quick base has mentioned EU GDPR in the Security and Compliance Policy, any statement regarding compliance to Australian law specially the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017?
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champM

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Kingsly SD Samuel

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My company is also asking for privacy related EU GDPR question on Quick Base. I have filled out the questionnaire and have submitted it. I am awaiting a feedback from them.
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Michael John Lemire, Security and Compliance Officer

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hi Kingsly.  I am the compliance officer at Quick Base.   We are committed to transparency and incident response is a part of that.   I have reviewed the Australian Privacy Amendment Act of 2017 and can confirm we are in compliance with the requirements of breach notification.
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Thank Michael. My division is in US (Atlanta, GA), but my company's head quarters is in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. I will keep you posted if I get any questions back from them and identified as issues with maintaining data in Quick Base. In order to accommodate their request I have removed a lot of personal information from various applications and have brought it all to just one application.
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Debbie Taylor

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Kinglsly - We, CloudBase Services, have many clients (and a local Quick Base consultant developer) in Australia.  Quick Base is legal and can be compliant.