WalkMe is the Digital Adoption Platform pioneer and leads the industry standard for security and compliance. WalkMe complies with both GDPR and CCPA in WalkMe’s services to its customers.
You can find more about WalkMe’s privacy policies, compliance standards, and certifications below.
Below is a highly technical document covering key aspects of the WalkMe security datasheet.
Below is the WalkMe Solutions and Architecture whitepaper document. This is an informational document issued by WalkMe to promote and highlight the features of our solution.
Below is a highly technical document listing exactly what is being tracked in Insights in all different tracking modes.
WalkMe complies with GDPR as a data processor CCPA as a Service Provider in the provision of Walkme’s services to its customers and can make its Data Processing Addendum (DPA) available for execution. In addition, we are devoted to helping our customers with their GDPR and CCPA compliance processes by providing robust privacy and security protections built into our services and contracts.
By default, WalkMe does not collect personally identifiable information (PII) other than IP addresses in logs for security purposes, end-users’ approximate geolocation (country and city in which they are located) and masked IP addresses for the ongoing operation of the WalkMe system, and assigns collected metadata to anonymous random GUID. Moreover, WalkMe collects and transfers environment properties such as browser and OS, page URL, and title.
the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act set national standards for the privacy and security of electronically protected healthcare information.
Privacy Shield is an agreement between the EU and the US allowing for the transfer of personal data from the EU to the US. Privacy Shield is designed to create a program whereby participating companies are deemed as having adequate protection, and therefore facilitate the transfer of information
The TRUSTe mission is to promote transparency, choice, and accountability in the
collection and use of personal information.
WalkMe received the International Organization for Standardization Certification for Information Security (ISO 27001:2013). The audit evaluated WalkMe’s information security management system from the product, infrastructure, and organizational aspects, and verified that WalkMe has the necessary information security controls in place to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of sensitive information assets.
ISO 27017 provides guidance on the information security aspects of cloud computing, recommending the implementation of cloud-specific information security controls that supplement the guidance of the ISO 27002 and ISO 27001 standards. This standard provides additional information security controls implementation guidance specific to cloud service providers. WalkMe’s attestation to the ISO 27017:2015 guidance demonstrates our ongoing commitment to align with globally-recognized best practices and verifies that WalkMe has a system of highly precise controls in place that are specific to our cloud services.
ISO 27018 is a standard that focuses on the protection of personal data in the cloud. It is based on ISO information security standard 27002 and provides implementation guidance on ISO 27002 controls applicable to public cloud personally identifiable information (PII). It also provides a set of additional controls and associated guidance intended to address public cloud PII protection requirements not addressed by the existing ISO 27002 control set. WalkMe customers can know where their data is stored.
Customer data won’t be used for marketing or advertising without explicit consent.
ISO 27799 gives guidelines for organizational information security standards and information security management practices including the selection, implementation, and management of controls in health informatics of ISO/IEC 27002 and is a companion to that International Standard.
WalkMe is ISO/IEC 27032 certified for Guidelines for Cybersecurity. ISO/IEC 27032:2012 provides guidance for improving the state of Cybersecurity, drawing out the unique aspects of that activity and its dependencies on information security, network security, internet security, and critical information infrastructure protection (CIIP) domains
WalkMe also achieved a STAR Certification from the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA). STAR Certification is an internationally-recognized cloud security certification program jointly developed by CSA and BSI, that specifies comprehensive and stringent cloud security requirements for software vendors.
WalkMe completed a Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type II audit, which is one of the most stringent international standards for security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy. Our commitment to the SOC 2 Type II report is ongoing and periodic audits are performed on a regular basis. Available only with NDA.
We have a SOC 3 Type II General Use Report, demonstrating that WalkMe has met the AICPA auditable trust services principles (security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy), which is publicly available for free distribution without prior need for NDA.
WalkMe’s Digital Adoption Platform was awarded the highest Skyhigh CloudTrust™ rating of Enterprise-Ready™ by fulfilling a comprehensive set of requirements for data protection, identity verification, service security, business practices, and legal protection.
WalkMe completed the 2017 Standardized Information Gathering (SIG) Questionnaire, administered by The Santa Fe Group.
WalkMe completed the Consensus Assessments Initiative Questionnaire (CAIQ) organized by CSA to assist in general principles of cloud security.
This whitepaper provides guidance for using WalkMe products in the context of GxP and the content has been developed in conjunction with WalkMe pharmaceutical and medical device customers, as well as software partners, who are currently using WalkMe products in their validated GxP systems.
After creating a parameter mapping document based on sample sessions and users, as a sample test, BugSec claims that there are no security issues regarding the parameters including the information which is sent to “WalkMe” servers.
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