Every day, data makes our services work better for you.

That’s why it’s important that we keep it private and safe – and put you in control.

Your Data

When you use Plytix services, you trust us with your data. It is our responsibility to be clear about what we collect and how we use it to make our services work better for you.

Here are the three main types of data we collect:

Things you do

When you use our services we collect data to make our services work better for you. This can include:

  1. Your activities in our tools
  2. Downloads from our tools
  3. Your location
  4. Device information
  5. IP address and cookie data

Things you create

We store and protect what you create using our services. This can include:

  1. Product related content you add or create
  2. Lists of products
  3. Photos, videos and other files you upload
  4. 3rd party data you import into our tools

Things that make you "you"

When you sign up for a Plytix account, we keep the basic information that you give us. This can include your:

  1. Name
  2. Email address
  3. Phone number
  4. Country

Your Security

Your security comes first in everything we do. If your data is not secure, it is not private. That is why we make sure that our services are protected by one of the world’s most advanced security infrastructures.

Encryption keeps your data private while in transit

Encryption brings a higher level of security and privacy to our services. We protect data with multiple layers of security, including leading encryption technology like HTTPS and Transport Layer Security.

Our cloud infrastructure protects your data 24/7

We operate under a service level agreement with Amazon Web-servers which is the world’s most secure and reliable cloud infrastructures. And it is continuously monitored to protect your data and make it available when you need it.

Threat detection helps protect our services

We continuously monitor our services and underlying infrastructure to protect them from threats, including spam, malware, viruses, and other forms of malicious code.

We do not give governments direct access to your data

We never give "backdoor" access to your data or our servers that store your data, period. That means no government entity has direct access to our users’ information.