Keeping users’ information safe and secure is among Plytix's highest priorities.

We have implemented strong privacy protections that reflect the EU’s guidance and we are always committed to complying with the relevant legislation and strive to comply the following principles at all times:

  1. Lawfulness, fairness and transparency
  2. Purpose limitation
  3. Data minimization
  4. Accuracy
  5. Storage limitation
  6. Integrity and confidentiality

Updated Terms

Our General Terms and Conditions have been updated to comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations. See the updated terms and conditions here.


Internal Processes

Plytix has established internal processes to ensure that the business complies with the GDPR. These steps include, and are not limited to:

  • An appointed data protection officer (DPO) and a cross-functional GDPR team
  • A review and update of Plytix's Terms and Conditions every six months
  • A developed GDPR implementation plan
  • A completed data mapping exercise
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Robust Safeguards

Plytix has measures in place that meet the security requirements of the GDPR. Plytix has implemented state-of-the-art technical and organizational safeguards, dedicated security and privacy teams, which are reviewed annually by third-party auditors.

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Incident Response

Plytix has clear policies and procedures in place to ensure the detection of a data breach. Plytix invests in appropriate threat detection and avoidance technologies to react appropriately and to notify an individual in the case of personal data breaches under the GDPR.


User Transparency

Plytix will continue to provide privacy information in a clear and transparent manner about how user data is used in our products. Further information can be found at

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Privacy Practices

Plytix already has processes in place to build privacy into the products from the early stages of development, and are further evolving best practices for Data Protection Impact Assessments, to meet the GDPR requirements around Privacy by Design and Privacy by Default.

For further GDPR related queries, please contact Plytix at