Last updated: June 7, 2021.
To support Noticeable in delivering its Services, Noticeable engages third-party service providers to assist Noticeable with its data processing activities and as defined in our Noticeable Services agreement.
When we work with these service providers in our capacity as a data processor for our User's personal data, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) calls these third-party service providers a sub-processor. Sub-processors are service providers who have or potentially will have access to or process personal data on behalf of Noticeable.
Noticeable uses different types of service providers to perform various functions. We want to be as transparent as possible about the service providers we use. The list below does not mean they are all utilized for the services you use with Noticeable, but the idea is to give you an overview of the types of service providers we utilize, where they are located, and a description of the work they carry out.
Before engaging any service provider, we perform due diligence, including a vendor security assessment. All of our service providers are subject to terms designed to ensure that these service providers process personal data only for the purposes of providing services to Noticeable and in accordance with our commitments to Users and applicable data protection laws.
(if data is processed outside the EU/ EEA)
|Amazon Web Services||Cloud Service Provider||DPA as part of TOS (effective October 18, 2021)|
|Cloudflare||Analytics, DDoS mitigation, DNS||DPA accepted|
|Crisp||Email & Customer Support||DPA signed|
|Firebase||Authentication, Data Storage||DPA as part of TOS|
|Google Analytics||Analytics||DPA accepted|
|Google Cloud Platform||Cloud Service Provider||DPA accepted|
|Google Workspace||Email, Collaboration & Customer Support||DPA accepted|
|Mailgun||Email delivery||DPA signed|
|MongoDB Atlas||Data Storage||DPA as part of TOS (effective October 18, 2021)|
|Redis Cloud||Data Storage||DPA as part of TOS (effective October 18, 2021)|
Our business needs may change from time to time. For example, we may deprecate a service provider to consolidate and minimize our use of service providers. Similarly, we may add a service provider if we believe that doing so will enhance our ability to deliver our Services. We will periodically update this page to reflect additions and removals to our list of service providers.