Keeping Your Writing Safe at Grammarly

We keep security at the heart of our product, infrastructure, and company policies. Thousands of organizations trust Grammarly to power effective team-wide communication.
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Enterprise-grade attestation and regulatory compliance

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Data Privacy Framework Certified, EU-US, Swiss-US, UK extension
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SOC 2 (Type 2)

Grammarly’s SOC 2 (Type 2) report validates our controls based on the security, privacy, availability, and confidentiality trust services criteria.

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ISO/IEC 27001:2013

Grammarly’s information security management system meets the requirements of ISO 27001 and 27002 international standards.

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ISO/IEC 27018:2019

Grammarly meets the requirements of ISO 27018 regarding our protection of personally identifiable information (PII) in the cloud.

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Grammarly is compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard.

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Grammarly complies with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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Grammarly is certified by the Department of Commerce for the Data Privacy Framework (DPF), for EU-US, Swiss-US, and UK extension, providing a transatlantic personal data transfer mechanism. 

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Grammarly is compliant with the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act.

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Grammarly’s SOC 3 report validates our controls based on the security, privacy, availability, and confidentiality trust services criteria.

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ISO/IEC 27017:2015

Grammarly’s information security practices meet the requirements of ISO 27017 regarding our provision and use of cloud services.

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Grammarly is compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.

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Cloud Security Alliance

Grammarly is a CSA-Trusted Cloud Provider and has completed the Consensus Assessment Initiative Questionnaire to represent our security controls.

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Grammarly complies with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

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NYS Education Law 2-d

Grammarly is compliant with the New York State Education Law 2-d.

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Protecting your data and privacy

Trust Grammarly to protect your writing with care—we maintain security standards and procedures to keep your words safe.

Read our Trust Center to learn about our user-first approach to privacy and security.
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Data security

Through industry-standard data protection, secure infrastructure, and third-party verification, Grammarly ensures data security across our product ecosystem.
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Data ownership

Your words are yours—we do not, and will not, sell your or your team’s information. We don’t help third parties advertise their products to you.

Features that enhance security and control

Grammarly Business includes safeguards to give control over account access—so you can trust that your company’s work is protected.
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Two-step Authentication

In a digital-first world, the quality of our writing is more important than ever before, and Grammarly improves the quality and efficiency of how we communicate.

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Secure infrastructure

Grammarly’s infrastructure is built to protect your data according to high industry standards.
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Data hosting

Grammarly hosts data in Amazon Web Services data centers in US East and US West regions and ensures continual product availability by using native backup tools. An industry-leading infrastructure provider, AWS is certified as compliant with ISO 27001 and has received a SOC 2 (Type 2) report.
Data encryption

Grammarly encrypts all data in transit and at rest. Data transfer is protected using the industry-standard TLS 1.2 protocol, while data at rest in AWS is encrypted using AES-256 server-side encryption. Grammarly uses AWS Key Management Services for database encryption and secure key management.
Cloud platform

All components that process your data operate in Grammarly’s private network inside our secure cloud platform, and each Grammarly user’s data is isolated from other users’ data. Grammarly’s servers and network ports are behind load balancers and a web application firewall.

Grammarly thoroughly reviews all data subprocessors to conduct due diligence. Read more about the subprocessors Grammarly uses.

Security is embedded in our culture

Maintaining a secure company, product, and infrastructure is top of mind at Grammarly across teams and departments. Our rigorous security policies and procedures are woven into how we operate as an organization with integrity and ethics.

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Dedicated security team

Grammarly’s in-house team of security specialists is focused on ensuring security across the company—in our product and infrastructure, as well as in all operations. The team also oversees risk management and standards compliance. Company executives are directly involved in overseeing security strategy.
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Internal training & monitoring

Grammarly employees complete mandatory annual training on a wide range of privacy and security topics. In addition, our Security Champions program ensures that teams have an embedded security-focused adviser who drives team-specific security initiatives.
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Access management

Grammarly adheres to the principle of least privilege—employees’ data access rights are regularly reviewed to ensure only minimum required privileges are granted. All workstations run on centrally controlled endpoint-management software that enforces security configurations and protection solutions.

Third-party validation

External penetration testing

Grammarly continually works to identify and fix security vulnerabilities in our product and infrastructure. That’s why we undergo third-party network penetration tests as well as AWS security and corporate infrastructure security assessments and audits.

Bug bounty program

Grammarly’s ongoing HackerOne bug bounty program promotes transparency and provides a channel for external security researchers to identify potential security concerns. Our team responds rapidly—and resolves these issues before they can be exploited.

If you believe you've discovered a security-related issue, please report it at HackerOne or contact us at

Read more about Grammarly security

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Grammarly Champions a User-First Approach to Protecting Data Security and Privacy

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Security Keys at Grammarly Part 1: Why We Moved from OTP to FIDO2 for Team Member Authentication

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Ethical Hackers Support Our Commitment to Security

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