Webtrekk is GDPR Ready After Being Awarded Seal of Approval on Data Protection from ePrivacy

 

Webtrekk is 100% GPDR ready after being officially approved by ePrivacy with their ePrivacyseal!

ePrivacy, based in Hamburg, is a certification service specializing in data protection. The company conducted an in-depth audit of Webtrekk’s solutions, and have awarded us with the ePrivacyseal data protection stamp.

Webtrekk’s products, specializing in web analytics and customer intelligence, have been GDPR ready for years, demonstrating our dedication to ensuring all data collection, data processing and data storage meet current and future regulations.

In addition to the certification from ePrivacyseal, our data centers are approved by the International Organization for Standardization and our products, including the Web Analytics Suite, are approved by the German Technical Inspection Association (TÜV).

This means Webtrekk is certified ready for the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), coming into effect May 2018, as the ePrivacyseal certification covers the requirements of the GDPR for digital products.

Our hard work in developing cutting-edge data protection has allowed us to secure many European companies as clients, including 7 of the continent's top 25 banks.

Read more about the ePrivacyseal here or get in touch with us at Webtrekk to see what we can do for you.

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