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On this page, you will find details on how we secure our clients' data. If you think something is missing or you have any security related questions please let us know at Spartez Support Portal or support@spartez.com.

Analytics

Asset Tracker come with inbuilt analytics. Only statistical add-on usage data is collected by Asset Tracker. It helps the team at Spartez optimize the solution and implement even better future versions. 

What data are read and stored by Asset Tracker

Asset Tracker stores the following data in its internal database:

Asset data

  • asset name
  • asset image
  • other asset fields values
  • folder structure
  • asset history

Configuration data

  • asset types
  • field types
  • link types
  • printable labels settings
  • user synchronization settings
  • SSH discovery profiles
  • access management configuration

Other data

  • operation sequence definitions
  • saved search queries
  • visible fields templates

Issue data

Asset Tracker may store the following data in Jira issues:

  • custom fields with asset, asset category and asset type
  • links to assets

Feedback form

Asset Tracker provides feedback and bug report forms that gather the following data:

  • feedback content
  • information about person raising the request:
    • full name
    • email
    • IP address
  • environment details (user agent, page URL)

Provided feedback is handled using Spartez support channel.

How is data secured?

The code of Asset Tracker is downloaded from Atlassian Marketplace directly to Jira. The only exception is the code used for feedback and bug report forms, which is downloaded from jira.spartez.com server. All the configuration data of Asset Tracker is stored on Jira and never leaves it.

Mobile apps

Asset Tracker provides Android and iOS applications for scanning asset labels. Both these apps store profile configurations on the mobile device, including Jira URL, login and password.

SSH and WMI discovery applications

The discovery applications for MacOS and Windows store Jira credentials and scanning configuration on the computer on which they're used.

Services providers

Personal data subprocessors 

Other services 

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