As part of our ongoing efforts to protect the security and privacy of our users, we are working to meet or exceed the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). This site contains information on what steps we are taking, their progress, and who to contact for any security concerns. Please see our FAQ for more information.
Data Processing Addendum
If you need a signed DPA, please use the button below to cross sign and download your copy of our DPA.
We rely on a number of trusted 3rd parties to assist with our operations. Depending on the exact nature of your account and what you've requested we do, your data may be shared with one of these partners. We carefully evaluate each to make sure they're handling your personal data with the utmost of respect, security, and privacy.
GDPR Compliance requires maintenance and ongoing work. We are tracking our efforts here.
Nominate a Data Protection Lead or Data Protection
Get Management Approval for GDPR Efforts
Process established for subject data requests
Procedure established to allow for people to request that inaccuracies in their data are fixed.
Publish statement on public website on how to report security and data issues.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have any concerns not answered here, please reach out to our contact (listed above) and we'll be happy to assist.
Do Non EU Companies need to comply with the GDPR?
While it remains to be seen if the EU has the legislative power to levy fines and enforcement against organizations around the globe, GDPR compliance is being sought by non EU companies for a variety of reasons.
Customers and Prospects are making it a requirement
It's a solid framework for improving the handling of personal information and complying with the GDPR requirements improves our own security.
How Do I Report a Security Issue?
We take all security reports seriously. Please email our security contact (information listed above) with any information you have regarding any potential data breaches, vulnerabilities or concerns.
What's the GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new piece of privacy legislation enacted by the European Union. It represents a significant change in how personal (IP Addresses, Emails, Names) and sensitive (religion, ethnic origin, health, orientation) data is handled by companies.