What about Data Privacy and GDPR?

For a detailed view into data privacy at Accredible, please read our data privacy whitepaper.

Accredible takes data privacy extremely seriously. We're handling personally identifiable information on your behalf and we do everything we can to protect that data.

We've worked hard to ensure that we're ready for the upcoming enforcement of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

In the context of Accredible’s services, you as the customer determine the purpose and means of processing of personal data and are therefore the “data controller” under the EU Directive. Accredible, as the entity which processes personal data on behalf of, and at the direction of, the data controller, is the “data processor.”

Accredible & Third Parties

Accredible works with a small number of organizations to provide service to customers. These sub-processors:

  • Provide communication tools enabling Accredible to email our customers or
    respond to our customers’ support requests or the requests of our customers
  • Provide hosting and backup solutions as part of Accredible’s services.
    Accredible maintains contractual safeguards to ensure that relevant industry
    standard data protection mechanisms are maintained for these subcontractors.

Our agreements clearly state that we're not able to share your data with any third party that's not bound by our data privacy agreement and that isn't named on our data privacy agreement.

We've formed contractual relationships with our suppliers to ensure full legal and process protection for your data in accordance with EU privacy law.

Data Storage

Data is stored at a location hosted by AWS, which is a secure tier 3 SOC 2-certified
data center. All data is hosted within the US.


For a detailed view into data privacy at Accredible, please read our data privacy whitepaper.




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