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Amazon’s Record-Setting Privacy Fine: What You Need to Know

Last month Amazon was hit with the highest personal data fine to date. A whopping $886.6 million (746 million euros) fine was levied against the corporation by the European Union fine for processing personal data in violation of the bloc's GDPR rules. This action foreshadows a privacy climate in which enforcement will be the norm, trending away from the spotty enforcement of the past.

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Get Back to Business with Janus. Privacy First.

As the world tries to adjust to this "new normal," many are wondering how businesses will resume a normal or phased approach to re-opening. With strict new guidelines for social distancing, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends daily health checks in the workplace, and that all companies implement an updated plan that reduces exposure to COVID-19.

Truyo powered by Intel® and Pyramid can help you get back to business with, Janus, an enterprise-level contactless self-check temperature kiosk. This temperature screening kiosk is a privacy-first solution that can easily integrate with existing HR systems, protects user data, and its scalable design allows companies the ability to utilize one kiosk for both employee and consumer temperature checks.

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Janus is a true contactless kiosk, with a 21.5" touch display, and powered by an Intel® i5 processor that allows for a fully automated user experience. A four-step check-in process can be easily configured to ask questions and process temperatures with a customizable UI.

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The intelligent thermal camera scans and quickly provides accurate results, making for a speedy entry into restaurants, office buildings, retail locations, and more. With a compact design that meets ADA requirements, Janus is capable of three different form factors, such as freestanding, wall-mounted, or on a countertop to ease traffic flow.

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With privacy as a priority, industries are seeking to adapt and implement a trustworthy, contactless, and privacy-first temperature check solution before re-opening. The Truyo Privacy Rights Platform complies with CCPA, GDPR, and other privacy regulations by offering users the ability to access their data with transparency. Janus only collects temperature values taken using the thermal imaging camera, and this information is immediately encrypted then transmitted to Truyo’s highly secure cloud environment. No data is stored on the kiosk itself.

Janus was developed as a turn-key market-ready solution to help enterprises get back to business in this "new normal” and is available for nationwide order & delivery.

Learn more about Janus the privacy-first temperature self-check kiosk


Monique Becenti
About Monique Becenti
Monique Becenti is the Product Marketing Manager at Truyo. She has deep technical knowledge in technology with an emphasis on data privacy.
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