Who are we?
DevBatch is situated in Newark, CA 94560, at 39899 Ballantine Drive Suite 200.
DevBatch is dedicated to helping small and mid-sized businesses translate their ideas into amazing software solutions by offering a variety of services. We are devoted to protecting your privacy because we want to build long-term connections. As a result, this website functions as a marketing tool, and any personal data collected through it is solely for marketing reasons. This Policy explains the options accessible to you in terms of how to use, access, update and rectify your personal information. Our Policy is updated on a regular basis, so please review it from time to time. Please contact us at [email protected] if you have any issues with our Policy.
What personal data do we collect?
We only collect information that is required in order for you to utilize the website or contact us. The information gathered is only used for the purposes stated in this Policy.
Information we obtain from you:
You supply us with your name, phone number, email address, company information, communication content, and data linked with the communication when you contact us via the contact us form or email. When you apply for a job, for example, you provide us your name, email, phone number, location, and any other information on your CV. You can also offer similar information about a person you want to refer to. DevBatch may also get data from third parties, such as LinkedIn if you have given them permission to use and transmit your data. As a result, we urge that you study the privacy rules of such third-party websites before making your personal information publicly available on their platform.
Information obtained from your use of our website:
When you visit our website, the following information may be collected:
- Your IP address, geographical location, browser type and version, referral source, page views, and Website navigation paths, as well as information about your visits to and use of this Website.
- Information about your device(s), including the hardware model and operating system version.
- Cookies: Continue reading to learn more about the different types of cookies and how to disable them.
Simply said, the following information may be of interest to us:
- Your whole name
- Your email address
- Your contact information
- Your geographical location
- Your designation
- Your Company
- Your Company’s location
- Your LinkedIn profile
- The fact that you have visited our website
- Which website referred you to ours?
- Whether or not you have downloaded any promotional materials from our website
How do we use and share your personal information?
Obtaining, gathering, organizing, utilizing, retrieving, consulting, aligning, or wiping your information are all methods we use to process your data. Your information may be shared with our subsidiaries or affiliates.
We may also share it with third-party service providers, vendors, and agents who help us administer our website, offer technical support, analyze data, and host our servers. We make certain that they follow the same data protection practices as us.
We may also share your personal information with the following third parties:
- In conjunction with any ongoing or potential legal procedures, as needed by and to the extent permitted by law
- To establish, exercise, or defend our legal rights, which may include disclosing information to others for the purpose of preventing fraud and lowering credit risk.
How long is your information kept for?
When we no longer require or have a legal basis to process your personal data, we will delete it. What exactly does this imply?
- When you ask us to erase your information, we’ll always comply (see below). If in the odd case, we are still required by law to store your data, we will notify you.
- In other instances, we will not retain or analyze your data for an “infinite period.” If we process your data based on legitimate interests, we will keep it for as long as we have a commercial connection with you. If we do not begin a business relationship with you, your data will be stored in our systems for a limited time in order to complete our analytics. In no circumstance will we keep it for more than a year, which is the minimum time required to communicate with your firm as a possible client, after which we will consider previous analytics obsolete and your personal data will be deleted.
DevBatch may store cookies and other analytical codes on your device, browser, or the webpage you are viewing when you visit our website in order to tailor your experience, identify usage patterns, and offer, improve, and secure our website. When you visit a website, little text files called cookies are placed on your device. This allows the website to customize its content to your preferences the next time you visit. Cookies do not normally contain any information that personally identifies a person, however, the information received via cookies may be linked to personal data that we store about you.
This could be done for a variety of reasons.
- Functional: When cookies are used to customize your experience, they are called functional cookies. These cookies ensure that you can access and use the websites properly.
Examples of Functional Cookies: SID, PHPSESSID, wp-Settings-X, wp-Settings-Time-X etc. For example, Cookies permit:
- Our website to remember the information you’ve provided when filling out forms, so you don’t have to type it in several times.
- You can share webpages from your website on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
How to reject and delete cookies?
You can erase some of our cookies and cookies set by third parties by adjusting your browser settings. Most web browsers accept cookies by default. You do not have to accept cookies; you can reject or block them, as well as erase any cookies that are currently on your device. Click “help” on your browser’s menu to learn how to do this for your particular browser.
Where is your data processed?
Your information is processed in the United States and may be transmitted to the EU or Pakistan, all of which adhere to GDPR standards. Regardless of where your data is processed, it will always be safe and protected under GDPR. Such transmission and processing are permitted only to the extent that they are reasonably necessary for the objectives set forth in this Policy and within the scope of DevBatch’s legitimate interests while adhering to contractual provisions to ensure that your data does not fall outside of the GDPR’s scope.
What are your rights?
You have the following right as a data subject:
- Request information about whether or whether we possess personal information on you, as well as what that information is and why we keep or use it.
- Make a request for access to your personal data. This allows you to obtain a copy of the personal information we have on you and verify that we are processing it lawfully.
- Request that the personal information we have on you be corrected. This allows you to correct any incomplete or incorrect information we have about you.
- Request that your personal information is erased. This allows you to request that we delete or remove personal information from our systems if there is no compelling reason for us to keep it. You have the right to request that your personal information be deleted or removed if you have exercised your right to object to processing.
- Object to the processing of your personal data if we are relying on a legitimate interest (or those of a third party) and something about your circumstances makes you want to object on this basis. You also have the right to object if your personal information is being processed for direct marketing purposes.
- You may object to automated decision-making, including profiling if you do not want to be the subject of any automated decision-making or profiling by us based on your personal information.
- Request that the processing of your personal data is restricted. This allows you to ask us to halt the processing of personal data on you, for example, if you want us to verify its accuracy or the purpose for which it is being processed.
- Request that your personal information be transferred to you or another party in an electronic and organized format. This allows you to receive your data in an electronically usable manner from us and transfer it to another party in an electronically usable format.
- Withdraw your permission. At any moment, you can withdraw your permission for the collection, processing, and transfer of your personal data for a specified purpose. We will no longer process your information for the purpose or purposes you initially agreed to once we get a notification that you have withdrawn your consent unless we have another legal basis for doing so. The lawfulness of processing based on consent prior to its withdrawal is unaffected by the withdrawal of consent.
Please email us at [email protected] if you wish to exercise any of the aforementioned rights. We may need more information from you to validate your identity and ensure your right to access the material before we can proceed with your request. You could be held accountable if you abuse your rights.
Do we profile you?
We will only profile you to the extent that you have granted us permission to send you marketing materials. Your personal information will be used in accordance with this Policy.
Is your data secured?
We don’t tolerate any untrustworthy practices when it comes to the security of the data we handle. As a result, we take all necessary technical and organizational precautions to protect your data, as mandated by the GDPR. We accomplish this by using the following methods:
- All of our employees, affiliates, consultants, and any other recipients of your data are bound by a non-disclosure agreement and are not permitted to use your data for purposes other than those indicated in this Policy. That is something for which we accept full responsibility.
- We adhere to the Information Security Policy, which is necessary for all of our consultants, contractors, and other individuals with approved access to information resources.
- All of our security processes and documents are reviewed annually, authorized by executive management, and applied across the organization, as well as conveyed to all of our employees and consultants.
- Our Information Security Policy covers all data saved on physical or electronic data carriers, as well as any software or hardware we own or use on a temporary basis.
- All of our workers and consultants receive mandatory privacy and security training.
- Antivirus definitions, including zero-day anti-malware protection, are updated on a regular basis on our servers, workstations, and internet gateway devices.
- We make sure that authentication and authorization controls are strong and handled correctly.
- We collect and analyze data on all new and current threats and vulnerabilities, real assaults on other organizations, and information on the effectiveness of existing security procedures on a regular basis.
- Every year, we undertake a risk assessment.
DevBatch may be compelled to reveal personal data in response to valid requests from public authorities in some circumstances, such as to meet national security requirements or where cooperating with law enforcement agencies is required by law.
We may also disclose your personal information as required by law, such as to comply with a subpoena or other legal process, when we believe in good faith that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights, protect your safety or the safety of others, investigate fraud, or respond to a government request (including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, or asset sales, but only if the acquiring organization agrees to this Policy’s protections).