BluB0X does not share data stored in BluSKY, and this includes visitor data. BluB0X has access to that data only for support purposes. Occupancy Administrators for each occupancy has access pursuant to permissions controlled by Admin staff. Note that visitor data collected by Microsoft for visitor admission is no more than the first and last name, the date of the visit and the conference (or group) association. Visitor e-mails, photos and phone numbers could be collected and stored, but to my knowledge Microsoft is not doing that. The Microsoft Welcome Center is reporting on visitor admissions, but I assume such reports are not consequential to your visitors in terms of privacy concerns.
CAPACITY / INTENT
BluB0X does not have the capacity nor the intent to share-out any of the information stored in BluSKY, particularly personal information of users (or visitors).
ACCESS TO DATA
Users who have access to the personal information that is stored in the BluSKY databases obtain such access through log-in credentials and permissions that are given out by Microsoft’s designated administrative staff. BluB0X’s staff also has access to such data, but in a purely product support role.
The private data stored in BluSKY is minimal, consists mainly of a person’s first and last names and employer company. In some instances, e-mail addresses, phone numbers and a picture may be stored.
The data is stored in Microsoft Azure and benefits from the strong defenses that Microsoft provides against hacking for its Azure data centers. All communications between the BluSKY controllers and the BluSKY website are encoded to SIA standards.
BluB0X will some day apply for full GDPR certification as part of its plan to enter the EU market.
I hope these representations meet your needs.
Sr,Vice President & COO