Navigating the privacy landscape: How upholds data protection

Explore the intricate world of digital privacy and discover how is leading the charge in safeguarding personal data in compliance with global privacy laws.

Matej Zachar

Published on Jan 17, 2024

In an era where digital privacy is paramount, legal compliance is not just a necessity but a foundation of trust between companies and their customers. From the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in the United States to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union and the Privacy Act in Australia, the global range of privacy laws is broad and ever-evolving. Businesses operating within these jurisdictions must ensure that their data, especially when handled by suppliers, is managed with great care and in accordance with the law. 

Data processing of stands at the forefront of this challenge, offering a headless CMS platform that empowers customers to handle personal data responsibly as part of their content management processes. Whether capturing, publishing, or managing personal data through websites, provides the tools necessary to navigate the complexities of personal information (PII) legislation, be it CCPA, GDPR, or other regulatory frameworks.

By design, processes certain personal information to facilitate user activity, authenticate system access, manage customer support communications, and create audit logs. To address specific use cases, may engage subprocessors whose roles and responsibilities are transparently detailed on this page and also here.

How ensures privacy of the supply chain’s commitment to privacy extends to its supply chain. Due diligence and vetting processes are in place to review the security and privacy practices of all subprocessors, both new and existing. This includes detailed background checks to ensure alignment with’s high standards of data protection.

There are various security aspects considered during the lifetime of suppliers, and these are further discussed in a separate article

Data Processing Agreements (DPAs) and Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) are systematically signed with relevant subprocessors to legally safeguard the handling of data. Additionally, for cross-border data transfers, ensures that all transactions are happening on a solid legal basis, meeting all privacy regulatory requirements. Maintaining a proactive stance, regularly reviews suppliers to identify any changes that could impact the protection of personal data.

Summary’s global compliance with various privacy regulations shows its dedication to data protection. By implementing stringent measures and maintaining a thorough review process, not only adheres to privacy laws but also creates a culture of transparency and trust. These are mechanisms through which navigates the privacy landscape, ensuring that personal data is handled with the care it deserves.

Subscribe to the newsletter

Stay in the loop. Get the hottest updates while they’re fresh!