As a data processor for companies in the EU and UK, we offer a Data Processing Addendum (DPA) which incorporates the Standard Contractual Clauses. The DPA is offered to all customers, regardless of size, but you must specifically ask us for it. The Addendum guarantees our expert knowledge, reliability, resources and security with regards to processing your data.
Our Data Processing Addendum includes the Standard Contractual Clauses, which are a key legal mechanism required by GDPR to ensure that personal data from the EU is protected during transfer.
ExaVault is committed to maintaining Privacy Shield principles for our customers in the United Kingdom. We are up-to-date on data security requirements for both the UK and the EU, and we are able to support you in a post-Brexit world.
ExaVault now offers the ability to choose where your data is stored. Available storage locations include: EU, UK, USA, Australia, Canada, Japan, and Singapore.
Our standard Terms of Service and available Data Processing Addendum cover all the standard legal requirements for both the EU and the UK. Customers that determine that they are data controllers under the GDPR will need to sign our Data Processing Addendum. To obtain a copy of our Addendum, please contact our Support team. If your business needs a custom DPA, though, we are able to engage with your request as part of our Enterprise Services.
The European Union has strengthened the control that individuals have over their own data and their right to privacy by passing the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) into law.
We know that GDPR is critically important to the future of online file transfer. Our job is to help you remain GDPR compliant when sending and sharing files and documents.
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