SimpleLegal Security Policy

Last updated: August 29, 2017

Background

SimpleLegal recognizes your expectation of privacy and security and we greatly value and appreciate the trust you place in us to maintain the privacy and security of your data. We have implemented business practices that limit the availability of confidential information. We have also implemented technical safeguards to reduce the likelihood of an external breach of our systems.

When is data available externally to third parties?

At no point do we share or disclose Submitted Business Information with any third party except for the following trusted third parties who assist us in operating our service:

Other than the above exceptions, at no point is Raw Data disclosed to any third party not employed directly by SimpleLegal (a W2 employee) or contracted directly by SimpleLegal (a 1099 contractor).

Additionally, access to Submitted Business Information is limited to only those employees and contractors with a need that is critical to delivering our Service.

What business practices are in place to protect data?

SimpleLegal recognizes your expectation of privacy and security and we greatly value and appreciate the trust you place in us to maintain the privacy and security of your data.

To safeguard your information, we have the following business policies:

  • Customers will be provided with the list of employees with access to their data at anytime they request
  • Customers may contact those named employees

What technical safeguards are in place to protect data?

To safeguard your information from external attacks, we have implemented the following technical safeguards:

How are end users encouraged to protect data?

End users are responsible for maintaining the secrecy of their unique password and account information at all times. Each user is required to have their own unique login credentials.