Your Data's Safety in Kindful


Kindful follows industry-standard practices when it comes to data security in Kindful. Read more below for additional information.

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Kindful's Data Security Practices

Is my data safe in Kindful?

Your data is safe and recoverable should there be an issue. 
We do "point - in - time" backups of the database. This means that in the event that there is an issue, we can roll back to literally any point in time to view/retrieve data. It is a non-trivial exercise, meaning it's not practical to use this technology for things other than restoring the database. However, you may rest assured that your data is safe and recoverable should there be any hardware failure or software anomaly.
Kindful takes precautions to safeguard your PII against loss, theft, and misuse, as well as unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction. Please be aware, however, that despite our efforts, no security measures are perfect or impenetrable and no method of data transmission that can be guaranteed against any interception or other type of misuse.

You can help us by also taking precautions to protect your personal data when you are on the internet. Do not share your registration information with anyone, and make sure you use a secure web browser.

We agree to hold your account information, lists and data in strict confidence. We do not now, nor will we ever, rent, sell or in any way share your data with any third party. The only time Kindful will ever share ANY information related to your Kindful account with an outside organization is if (a) the outside organization is processing your payment for the Kindful Service and requires certain information necessary for the transaction, (b) the outside organization is the federal government or other agency empowered to require us to divulge your personal or account information, (c) Kindful is highlighting examples of your templates, campaigns or case studies and have obtained your permission prior to the divulging of such information, or (d) Kindful is reporting on or using our overall customer base and activity, in which case we will only divulge general, aggregate (non-personally identifiable) information.

In creating your Kindful account, you will create a username and a password that controls access to your account and all of the data stored within that account. The Kindful Service stores an encrypted version of your password for added security, but you understand and acknowledge that you are ultimately responsible for maintaining control of that username and password and ensuring its proper use by authorized personnel only.

Kindful adheres to the data privacy principles of the Safe Harbor program, designed to provide U.S. companies with guidance on how to provide adequate protection for personal data from Europe as required by the European Union’s Directive on Data Protection. Kindful is listed in the United States Department of Commerce’s Safe Harbor directory of self-certifying companies, available here.

Still have questions?

Feel free to send our support team an email, or you can call the phone number found in the lower left hand corner of your Kindful Admin account to speak to a team member. 


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