GDPR Overview Page has taken numerous steps to ensure GDPR compliance.


As part of our measures, we have implemented the following:

  • Data Protection Officer: Appointment of a Security Officer who also holds the Data Protection Officer (DPO) role.
  • Data Breach Policy: We updated our data breach policy and procedures and confirmed that all of our suppliers are compliant with breach notification requirements.
  • Consent: We confirmed that all of our customer communication, both business and marketing-related, is opt-in, and we do not collect customers' information without their consent.
  • Data Governance: All vendors undergo a compliance review and a security review. We utilize Data Processing Agreements (DPAs) and Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) with all vendors that process personal data. We do not use Privacy Shield.
  • Data Protection by design: We implemented company policies to ensure that all of our employees receive the necessary compliance training and follow proper protocols regarding security. Further, privacy and data protection implications are assessed at the start of every new project.
  • Enhanced Rights: The GDPR provides rights to individuals such as the right to portability, the right to rectification, and the right to be forgotten. We comply with these individual rights. Nearly all information can be edited through a user’s account, and we can delete accounts upon request.
  • Personally identifiable information (PII): We audited our systems to confirm that your personal data is encrypted and protected.
  • Data Flows: We identified and classified data, and created a high-level data flow diagram that maps out data shared with vendors, including cross-border transfers.
  • Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA): We perform internal PIAs to ensure that we comply with GDPR principles and obligations.
  • Security: We created to document our security features.
  • Data Collection: We documented information about what data we collect.
  • Data Retention: We documented information about our data retention practices.
  • Data Processing Agreement (DPA): We revised our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy to align with the GDPR, and we offer an EU DPA that automatically becomes part of your agreement if you are in the EU or a country with EU adequacy and sign our Terms of Service. We also execute the most recent version of the Standard Contractual Clauses released by the EU Commission with our non-EU vendors.
  • Audits: We undergo a yearly third-party audit of our privacy practices which includes GDPR.

Controller vs Processor 

With respect to the EU GDPR, is both a Controller and Processor:

  • We are a Controller for the overall service and in particular when we are in charge of data subjects who are explicitly the users of our services.
  • We are a Processor for our customers (Controllers) that are in charge of data subjects that they have collected.

In technical terms, we operate a:

  • Infrastructure Control Plane – This is’s orchestration, control, and management environment.
  • Customer Data Plane – This is the customer’s data app and data environment.

We are the Controller for the Infrastructure Control Plane (and our PaaS service). We are the Processor for the Customer Data Plane.

GDPR Data Processing Agreements (DPAs) and EU Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) executed with our customers apply to our processing activities contained in the Customer Data Plane.