Security comes first

Fullview is built with security and data protection in mind.

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Are other solutions really GDPR compliant?

Others may claim to be GDPR compliant, but if they store data outside of the E.U. you might have some issues.
100% of our data is stored on E.U. servers and we offer a Data Processing Agreement to all European customers.

You only see what is necessary

Sensitive information is automatically blurred out and we are constantly improving the way our customers can customize privacy settings. Moreover, cobrowsing in Fullview is limited to your own product, limiting the security risks and compliance issues of legacy solutions.

Built to be compliant and secure your data

Enterprise Grade Infrastructure

All of Fullview’s data is securely stored with Amazon Web Services which is fully automated and monitored by continuous functional tests to detect any sort of downtime.

GDPR compliant

We’re GDPR compliant and offer a data processing agreement (DPA) for our European customers. All data is stored in AWS Europe (Frankfurt) eu-central-1 datacenter.

User & Passwords Policies

All user data is stored using Amazon Cognito. Amazon Cognito provides authentication, authorization, and user management for web and mobile apps. Data within Amazon Cognito is encrypted at rest in accordance with industry standards. Amazon Cognito is compliant with SOC 1-3, PCI DSS, ISO 27001, and is HIPAA-BAA eligible.

Application Security

Our SSL connection encryption maintains an A+ grade from Amazon Web Services.

Backup procedure

For backup purposes Amazon has a dedicated service called AWS Backup. See more info here.

Data protection

If you have any questions regarding data protection and security, contact Steven Bressner, our Data Protection Officer at steven@fullview.io.

Steven Bressner - data protection officer
Steven Bressner,  Data Protection Officer