By default, reports from Liquid Barcodes dashboard only provide pseudonymized data. It is possible to obtain reports with direct identifiers such as phone numbers or emails.
With reference to GDPR consumer data such as members´ mobile number/name/ date of birth of users etc is only available for the data controller in encrypted form. The data is available to the data controller in encrypted form which only the data controller´s designated personnel can decrypt.
In order to access consumer data, the data controller needs to use a PGP tool (available free of cost online) for purpose of decryption. The data controller is required to generate two keys – Private and Public. The public key needs to be given to Liquid Barcodes. The data controller´s personnel with the required access (role) can download reports and use the private key to decrypt the reports.
Step 1: generate the public key
Step 2: share the public key with Liquid Barcodes so that it can be implemented at our end.
Step 3: communicate to Liquid Barcodes the specific user (e-mail address) who needs to have rights to downloading the reports containing member data.
Click to read more about the different options for assigning and managing dashboard roles and permissions.
Users with Sensitive reports permission must decrypt reports. Here is a guide to decrypting reports: