The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on May 25, 2018, to increase security, legal and compliance requirements where it relates to the storing, tracking, collection, and use of personal data of individuals within the EU.
The protection of our customers and their data (personal or commercial) is something we take very seriously here at Ansarada, so considerable actions have been taken to ensure we maintain compliance with all regulations.
At Ansarada, we adhere to the principles expressly stipulated by the GDPR. All personal data collected by Ansarada shall be:
Due to the sensitive nature of the data that passes through our products, security and privacy have always been paramount at Ansarada. While the GDPR imposed certain changes, the requirements did not represent a material change to the processes and safeguards we maintained prior.
With that said, our Product, Marketing, Legal and Compliance teams have all worked together to ensure we continue our existing approach of “Privacy by Design” and apply that to the changing laws for the protection of our customers. Other areas we have, and continue to address as part of our GDPR compliance include:
We maintain ISO 27001 certification; the gold standard for information security management.
While a lot of data that passes through our products does not fall under the scope of GDPR, it is of course confidential information, and therefore handled in accordance to our robust security standards. We are applying the same rigorous standards to the privacy of the personal information we process.
We have a documented process for escalation and reporting of breaches and continue to invest, improve and report these, in line with our ISO 27001 certification requirements.
Ansarada data is hosted on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform, whose infrastructure guarantees the following data security:
AWS has the following information security certifications to ensure information stored by Ansarada is fully secure.
Ansarada supports single sign on and multi-factor authentication.