ExaVault incorporates the “CIS Top 20” controls in its Information Security Program, as suggested by the California Attorney General.
Individuals can request disclosure and/or deletion of their personal data after verifying their identity.
While ExaVault has limited direct collection of consumer data, we work hard to make sure that the data you upload is protected.
For customers who are Businesses under the CCPA and will be storing Personal Information on ExaVault, we have a standard CCPA Service Provider Addendum. Please contact us to execute the addendum.
The state of California has strengthened their residents' rights to privacy by passing the CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act).
Even though the CCPA only applies to California residents, we are committed to complying with this state law. All of our clients -- regardless of where they do business -- can rest assured that they are compliant when using ExaVault.
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