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Businesses who manage personal data must comply with new EU GDPR legislation by May 2018. PORT takes the pain out of managing personal data.

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Connect with your users in transparent relationships that build trust.

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Secure by design. Data is protected with industry leading AES-256 encryption.



Data managed using PORT is compliant with GDPR out of the box.

GDPR explained

How PORT works

We took the General Data Protection Regulations, and we built a comprehensive solution to this complex problem and we made it super simple to implement.  Fundamentally, PORT is a secure data bridge connecting businesses and people. PORT works by putting personal data in a secure data vault managed by the user, and allowing businesses access with a valid GDPR compliant legal basis.


Create an account in seconds. Setup a business profile in minutes. Integrate your service in hours. Be operational in days and have all the tools of compliance at your fingertips.

GDPR rights management

Provides you with the tools to enable people to exercise their data rights given to them as part of GDPR.

GDPR 'legal basis' tracking

Each element of data is tied to a legal basis for processing, allowing you to comply with GDPR and demonstrate transparency.


Versioned, single view of customer's personal data, encrypted and under their control.


Powered by OAuth2 and RESTful design gives you flexible implementation options and enabled quick and simple integration with existing systems.


Start building right now, no delays, no excuses! All the tools you need to build relationships with your users and comply with GDPR at your fingertips.


Use the PORT brand to demonstrate trusted data management processes, or use your own brand for consistent user experience.


Try the full power of PORT for FREE, the cheapest way to be GDPR compliant.


forever for up to 1,000 people

GDPR rights management

GDPR legal basis tracking

Secure, flexible data storage

Data synchronisation

Single sign on

Two step authentication

Granular team access


per person/month

For every person over 1,000 person free limit.

For enterprises with over 1 million people contact us.

GDPR explained

GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. It is legislation that affects all businesses worldwide that manage personal data of EU citizens. Businesses will have to change their systems and processes to comply. These extra demands take time, resources and expertise to implement and come at a major cost. If businesses fail to comply there is the risk of massive and damaging fines. The 10 principles of GDPR compliance:


Personal data must only be processed on the basis of one of the following legal grounds:

  • User consent
  • Contract
  • Legal obligation
  • Protect vital interests of a person
  • Public interest
  • Legitimate interest


Procedures must be in place for people to exercise their rights in an effective manner. Including but not limited to:

  • Right of access to the data
  • Right to rectification of the data
  • Right to erasure of the data
  • Right to data portability


Information about data processing practises must be concise, transparent, intelligible and in easily accessible form.

Purpose limitation

Personal data must be collected for specified, explicit, legitimate purposes and not processed in a way incompatible with those purposes.


Personal data must be adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purposes for which they are processed.


Personal data must be accurate and kept up to date and every reasonable step must be taken to ensure that inaccurate personal data is erased or rectified.

Storage limitation

Personal data must be kept in a form which permits identification of the data subjects for no longer than necessary for the processing purposes.


Personal data must be protected against accidental loss, destruction or damage.


Personal data must be processed using appropriate technical security measures including protection against unauthorised processing.


You have responsibility for and must be able to demonstrate compliance with all of the aforementioned points.

PORT makes it simple to build GDPR compliant data relationships with your customers.