What are your sub-processors, as defined by the GDPR?

Last UpdatE: MARCH 26, 2020

Image-Charts uses certain sub-processors to assist it in providing to its customers the Application Services as described in the Master Services Agreement or Terms of Use available at terms-of-service or such other location as the Terms of Use may be posted from time to time (as applicable, the “Agreement”). Defined terms used herein shall have the same meaning as defined in the Agreement.

A subprocessor is a third party data processor engaged by Image-Charts, including entities from within the Image-Charts group, who has or potentially will have access to or process Customer Content (which may contain Personal Data). Image-Charts engages different types of subprocessors to perform various functions as explained in the tables below.

Infrastructure: We use the following subprocessors to provide our cloud infrastructure environment and storage of our Customer Content:

Subprocessor Country of processing
Google Inc. USA, Europe, Asia

Processing of Customer Content: We work with various subprocessors that monitor, maintain and otherwise support the Application Services. In order to provide this functionality these subprocessors may, but not necessarily will, have access to Customer Content:

* Note, the list of subprocessors applies to any new Image-Charts customers as of that date, or existing Image-Charts customers who have not otherwise received notice of a different effective date of this list.

Subprocessor Country Purpose
Google Inc. USA, Europe, Asia Infrastructure, monitoring and reporting
Gitlab, Inc USA Backend for Image-Charts Platform
Cloudflare, Inc USA DNS and CDN provider