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Data security in TinyApp
Data security in TinyApp
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Written by TinyApp
Updated over a week ago

We at TinyApp wish to offer you a full and transparent view of our data security measures. For your convenience, here is a list of the key measures we have taken to ensure your data is safe with us.

Minimizing data collection

  • We only collect data necessary to operate the TinyApp service

  • TinyApp does not collect data such as social security numbers or street addresses

Data security as part of product development

  • Data security is taken into consideration already at the beginning of every functionality development

  • Data security is always evaluated when selecting software components or services

  • All components and software are frequently updated to maintain data security on the top level

Data security as part of testing and quality control

  • All changes and new functionalities are tested also in regard to data security, both during the development and after the initial launch

  • We regularly implement internal data security checks

  • We continuously add and improve our testing protocol to ensure data security and quality control

  • Data security issues are always prioritized in the product development and these improvements are published fast

External audit and data security cooperation

  • We fulfill data security requirements and closely follow the development in this area

  • We cooperate closely with our clients and our own legal experts to keep up to date with legal requirements regarding data security

  • Many of our customers (municipalities and private ECE companies) run data security reviews on TinyApp before taking it into use. These are conducted by the ICT-experts of the customer organisation

  • We cooperate with external data security experts (F-Secure) to assess data security threats and test data security in practice

A few practical tips to users to ensure safe access and use of TinyApp:

  • Choose and use a strong password exclusively for TinyApp. You can change your password in the TinyApp settings

  • Don’t share your password with anyone. TinyApp or your kindergarten will never ask for your personal TinyApp password!

  • Update your mobile operating system and TinyApp mobile app regularly

  • Protect your appliances with internet security products. Mobile operators offer various low-cost data security solutions

  • If you become a target for data phishing attempts or detect any unusual activity, please contact us immediately (

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