That's why we've compiled resources for customers that walk through exactly how we're handling EU privacy laws, data security practices, and changes to the legal and technological landscape.
HubSpot is aware of the passage of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) however, the deadline for compliance with its terms is not until May 2018. During the implementation period, we are evaluating any additional requirements or restrictions imposed by the GDPR and will take any action necessary to ensure that we handle customer data in compliance with applicable law by the 2018 deadline.
To learn more about the GDPR and our commitment to comply with the Regulation by the May 2018 deadline, please visit our dedicated GDPR webpage here.
HubSpot’s certification under the new EU-US Privacy Shield framework, a program for the transfer of data from the EU to the US, has now been confirmed by the US Department of Commerce. See our official listing here.
HubSpot's Legal and Security teams have worked together to draft a whitepaper resource for customers, covering everything from the GDPR to HubSpot's approach to cookies.
Our Security team works to ensure that HubSpot stays up to date on the latest industry best practices, ensuring that your data stays safe and secure.
Visit www.hubspot.com/security to learn more.
If you’re a customer or are thinking about becoming one, of course you’ll want to read our relevant agreements in full. But for now, if you’d like to check out the most relevant sections, here are some good places to start:
See sections 1 (Customer Data) and 3 (Customer’s Proprietary Rights) of the “General Legal Terms” section of our TOS, which cover how we handle customer data. Section 2 of our “Jurisdiction Specific Terms” (EU/EEA Data Processing) also covers our data privacy approach.Read the TOS ››
See our listing on the Department of Commerce’s website, detailing the scope of our Privacy Shield certification and its verification by TRUSTe.View Our Certification ››