GDPR Tracker

Track the GDPR compliance of your SaaS vendors

#2 Product of the DayMay 25, 2018

We believe that SaaS companies should lead by example by transparently sharing their readiness, compliance and demonstrate best practices. We do a kind shout-out to all the cloud services out there to use Github or Google Form to add your service to the tracker.

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  • Jeroen Corthout ☕Co-Founder Salesflare

    Best way to keep track of subprocessor and vendor compliance without Googling like a madman


    Not complete (yet)

    The guys have done another amazing job at helping us to be compliant in an easy way. After and this is an awesome initiative to complete it all.

    Jeroen Corthout ☕ has used this product for one month.
  • Brian HankeyAlways Learning

    Excellent tool to review compliance


    None so far

    Like Manu and Jeroen, will keep an eye on this and love the concept.

    Brian Hankey has used this product for one day.


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Gertjan De WildeMaker@gertjanwilde ·, CEO Apideck.
Hi Product Hunt, Happy GDPR day! Over the past months, we launched (it says what it does), but also (an easy to configure form to manage and simplify Data Subject access requests). Today, we’re proud to announce a new community project called GDPR Tracker — a crowdsourced directory helping companies and all of us to track and follow the GDPR Readiness, compliance efforts and data handling practices of their cloud services. Data points we collect: - Service - Hosting partners - Data center locations - Compliance status - Data breaches - Sub-processors - Certifications - DPAs - Security (CSP, SSL, ...) powered by our friends over at - and many more .. You're welcome to add your service to Github or Google Form. We're looking forward seeing your contributions!
Jeroen Corthout ☕@jeroen_corthout · Co-Founder Salesflare
@gertjanwilde Great job GJ!
I'm sorry this is not constructive but I can't ignore it -- the animated icon is definitely spinning the wrong direction!
Jan Van EchelpoelMaker@echlpl · Front-end dev @Beatswitch
@flaredown According to my very intense research on this subject there's no physical reason why it can't go either direction, it's just that people are used to things going clockwise. So you can see this as my little statement against generally accepted human habits.
Grant@grantgamesgames · Co-Founder, God Hates Games
@flaredown @echlpl It's not that it can't spin in either direction, it's that vertical line coming off the center dot is the current direction the radar is pointed, as it moves it updates the area it just swept on the map leaving a fading trail as it sweeps. So the trail should always be coming from behind the direction of movement. PS Cool product!
Jan Van EchelpoelMaker@echlpl · Front-end dev @Beatswitch
@flaredown @grantgamesgames I stand corrected :)
Scott Bobbitt@scottebobbitt
Great Product! A minor UI thought: Would it be possible to freeze the header so that we can know which column is which when scrolling?
Gertjan De WildeMaker@gertjanwilde ·, CEO Apideck.
@scottebobbitt Thanks, Scott. We will try to add this next week!
Gerry Giacoman ColyerHiring@ggiaco · Siftery / Make the world a smaller place
Happy GDPR day indeed! We should talk Gertjan. At Siftery we're helping companies stay on top of their vendor's security and privacy compliance. We published a resource with now almost 2,000 GDPR statements here:
Gertjan De WildeMaker@gertjanwilde ·, CEO Apideck.
@ggiaco yes, let's schedule a call next week?
Gertjan De WildeMaker@gertjanwilde ·, CEO Apideck.
@ggiaco Would you mind updating your profile on Github? Someone is currently claiming that you're non-compliant.
Alexis Fogel@alexisfogel · Co-founder at Dashlane
Seems like something that will become ever more valuable if it can stay up to date. Cool thing.
Gertjan De WildeMaker@gertjanwilde ·, CEO Apideck.
Thanks, Alexis. We're currently looking into automating stuff to seed the list, keep the information up to date & include security monitoring in partnership with Besides that, we want to see Dashlane on the list! Can you make this happen?