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QuickFile Sub-processors


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Version 1.0 - Last updated 21st May 2018

In order to deliver the service Quick File Ltd (“QuickFile”) may engage third party data processors to process, store or transit Personal Data ("Sub-processors"). This page provides important information about the identity, geographic location and role of each sub-processor.

The information provided here is done so in the interest of transparency and does not provide any additional rights or remedies above those detailed in the Terms and Conditions of Service and Privacy Policy.

Due Diligence

QuickFile undertake a robust due diligence process when appointing outsourcing partners and sub-processors. In relation to sub-processing activities QuickFile only engage reputable vendors who are contractually bound to maintain data privacy to the extent applicable to current data protection legislation.

Infrastructure Sub-processors

QuickFile use a number of IT service providers to store and process data. Using third-party IT services allow us to easily scale inline with demand, protect against external threats and ensure business continuity.

Entity Name Sub-processing activities Location Certification
ServerHouse Primary Data Centre Co-location UK ISO 27001
ByteMark Hosting Backup Data Centre Co-location UK ISO 27001
Microsoft Azure Cloud service provider UK, United States, Ireland ISO 27001, Privacy Shield
Amazon Web Services Cloud service provider UK, United States, Ireland ISO 27001, Privacy Shield
Digital Ocean Forum hosting UK, United States, Netherlands ISO 27001, Privacy Shield
Cloudflare Website Security UK, United States Privacy Shield

Payment Sub-Processors

QuickFile do not directly store or process card details. Payment processing is handled by the following third party payment service providers.

Entity Name Sub-processing activities Location Legal
Worldpay Card Payment Processing UK, United States Privacy Policy
GoCardless Direct Debit Processing UK Privacy Policy

Data Protection Compliance with GDPR