Avatar Mike Noordermeer MyTimetable 3.7 released

Mike Noordermeer | Published May 1, 2018

Eveoh has released MyTimetable 3.7 with some General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enhancements and some minor security fixes. This blog post highlights the most important changes.

Detailed release notes are available at the wiki pages.

All work involved in upgrading to the latest MyTimetable version (configuration, building, testing) is free of charge for customers with a Software Assurance or All-In support agreement. Due to the security changes in this release, we strongly recommend customers to upgrade to MyTimetable 3.7. Please contact us to have your environments updated.

GDPR additions

Under the GDPR, users have the right to request removal of their data (‘right to erasure’) and to restrict processing of their data. In order for our customers to handle these requests, we’ve added some additional buttons to the MyTimetable administrative panel. Using these buttons, administrators can completely remove all data of a user, or disable a synchronisation to a specific mailbox.

We’ve also added a short privacy policy for our managed hosting customers. Under the GDPR, the ‘controller’ (our customer) is responsible for defining a privacy policy. To help out a bit, we have added some MyTimetable-specific privacy information to the MyTimetable help page. For all our customers (managed hosting and on premises) we also link to the privacy policy on the customer’s main website.

Security fixes and enhancements

A while ago an external security firm performed a security review of MyTimetable. During this review, some minor security issues were found. Also, some suggestions were done to ‘harden’ the application against attacks. All of these suggestions have now been incorporated in MyTimetable.

More information

For a complete overview of all changes, please visit the release notes on the following wiki page:

For further information or upgrade requests, please contact our support department.