PrivacyBunker seeks to re-imagine how privacy works, both for consumers and businesses. We are building a modern automation service that makes privacy simple for everyone.
We are engineering, business, and thought leaders from companies such as Checkpoint and RSA Security. We are bootstrapped from Day Zero. We are a fully remote company whose team members work from the United States, Israel, and Nigeria. To avoid the chance of personal data transfer out of the European Union, we use the AWS Frankfurt location for our cloud service.
This project takes its roots from the open-source tool built by the service authors named DataBunker https://databunker.org/. DataBunker was born to give the developer and security community an easy to understand baseline architecture for the secure storage of personal records and to comply with privacy by design standard. This product, from the architecture level down to the code was built to comply with strict privacy laws such as GDPR, LGPD, POPIA, and CCPA.
As time has shown, it is hard for big companies to deploy DataBunker as they have hundred of internal systems that contain customer personal records. It takes a lot of time and effort to resolve all technical challenges for each system used in production to use DataBunker as backend storage for personal records. So we decided to get back to the design board and after a lot of cups of coffee, a new product concept was born. We named it PrivacyBunker and we build it in the SaaS model.
PrivacyBunker is about privacy automation: automation of data subject (user) requests, automation of personal data removal or anonymization for the deactivated or expired account, automatic personal data report generation using SaaS and DB connectors, cookie popup, and consent storage, and everything without any focus of personal record storage as in original Databunker. The service is fully compliant with corporate policy, i.e. Data Privacy Officer (DPO) approval of user requests. We are now able to talk with HubSpot, MailChimp, Salesforce, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, SQL servers, and many more systems including DataBunker.