Last Updated: May 18, 2023
To support delivery of our services, Upstream Security Ltd. (“Upstream”, “We”, “Our”) engages and uses data processors with access to certain customer data (each, a “Subprocessor“). This page provides important information about the identity and function of each Subprocessor.
Upstream may use the following Subprocessors to host customer data or provide other functions that helps with delivery of our services, unless agreed otherwise between the parties:
|Entity Name||Subprocessing Activities|
|Amazon Web Services (AWS)*||Public Cloud|
|Auth0, Inc.||Authentication and authorization|
|SendGrid, Inc.||Email communications|
|Atlassian, Inc.||Support services|
|Intercom R&D Unlimited Company||Support chat-bot|
* Applicable only to customers of Upstream AutoThreat product
Depending on the geographic location of a customer and the nature of the services provided, Upstream may also engage one or more of the following affiliates as Subprocessors to deliver some or all of the services provided to a customer:
|Entity Name||Entity Country|
|Upstream Security Inc||MI, USA|
|Upstream Security K. K.||Tokyo, Japan|
|Upstream Security GmbH||Frankfort, Germany|
|Upstream Security Ltd||Israel|
As our business grows and evolves, the Subprocessors we engage may also change.
In case you would like to register to get updated about notifications of new Subprocessors of Upstream, please send your details to Upstream to [email protected] and you will get updated if something changes.