By Megan Gish, Bluelock
We’re proud to announce that Bluelock has completed self-certification of compliance with the United States – European Union Safe Harbor Framework. Completing this framework allows customers to use Bluelock’s service with confidence that personal information will be secure.
Bluelock undertook several internal audits to comply with the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework as set forth by the Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use and retention of personal information from customers.
Bluelock adheres to the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles of notice, choice, onward transfer, security, data integrity, access, and enforcement.
“As a company that protects and recovers important data and applications, it’s easy to understand why data privacy is of critical importance to Bluelock,” says Chris Babel, CEO at TRUSTe.
“With the TRUSTe privacy seal, Bluelock sends a clear signal to its customers that it respects and will protect their personal information.”
When providing cloud-enabled managed hosting services, Bluelock retains personal data processed on behalf of its clients, keeping data secure for the expanse of the customer relationship. With Safe Harbor certification, customers of Bluelock can trust their data is safe.
Martin Van Buren, chief operating officer, Bluelock adds, “Meeting the requirements of a major compliance framework demands time and resources, and Bluelock’s ability to gain Safe Harbor certification serves as a testament to the vision of our corporate leadership team.”
Attaining the Safe Harbor certification demonstrates how valuable our customers’ information and privacy is to us, and showcases our commitment to continually serve our customers better.
In addition, our designation as SAP-certified provider of cloud and hosting services for SAP solutions confirms our ability to deliver high-quality cloud and hosting services for customers running SAP solutions.
In today’s business landscape, it is crucial to earn your consumer’s trust and ensure that you will protect their personal data.
According to a recent TrustArc study, 76% of consumers are more likely to check websites and apps for a privacy certification or seal.
To find out more about TrustArc’s TRUSTe privacy certification programs.