Your Trust Is at the Heart of Everything We Do

The first step to helping you communicate confidently is earning your trust. That’s why we’ve always pledged to do right by our users with best-in-class security practices to ensure your data remains private and protected.

Explore the measures we take to protect your information, backed by globally recognized compliance standards.
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We make sure your private information stays private

Discover the steps we take to safeguard data and keep your information protected.

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Our security infrastructure is built upon industry standards

Learn how our in-house security team approaches information security and fortifies our product.

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Enterprise-grade attestations validate our security controls

See the attestations and certifications that ensure our users’ data is safe and secure.

We don’t sell your data

Grammarly makes money when customers enjoy our best-in-class communication assistance and decide to purchase one of our paid product offerings. We have not, do not, and will not sell users’ data or rely on an ad-based revenue model.
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Grammarly is trusted by thousands of organizations around the world

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Meet the leadership team protecting our product, infrastructure, and operations

Suha Can
Suha Can
Chief Information Security Officer


“The safety of our customers’ data is at the center of our business, backed by Grammarly’s robust, comprehensive security infrastructure. Protecting our millions of customers requires creativity and persistence in every corner of our organization; it is the pinnacle of responsibility for our world-class engineering team.”
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Robin Moore
Head of Privacy


“Since our start, we’ve been building our business and our communication assistance technology with data privacy top of mind. We have the utmost regard for our customers’ rights and are transparent in how we work with their data.”
Alan Luk
Alan Luk
Head of Governance, Risk, and Compliance

Enterprise customers and individuals trust Grammarly because we operate with the highest security and privacy standards across our product, infrastructure, and company policies. We remain vigilant in our commitment by maintaining a strong compliance portfolio year after year.

Our security and privacy practices are backed by independent
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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Grammarly secure?

Is Grammarly a privacy risk?

We maintain stringent protections for our users and practice privacy by design. We encourage you to read our Privacy Policy for more detailed information.

Does Grammarly sell your data?

No, we do not and will not sell or rent user data and never have. We make money from user subscriptions. We do not help third parties advertise to our users.

Is Grammarly a keylogger?

No, our product only checks the text you want it to, and it does not run in sensitive fields.

What data does Grammarly collect?

To serve our users, Grammarly collects necessary information, such as username, email address, and contact and language preferences. Read more in our Privacy Policy. Any user can submit a request in the account hub to view all data associated with their account. You can also find information about the small number of trusted third-party processors that help us provide our services.

Can Grammarly see or use your writing?

No one at Grammarly can read your text at will, as we tightly control access to user data within the company. You own what you write.

Does Grammarly use cookies? What’s Grammarly’s cookie policy?

Yes, Grammarly’s website uses cookies. We encourage you to read and review our Cookie Policy.

Is Grammarly reliable and accurate?

We encourage you to read this post to learn more about how we build our product with reliability and accuracy top of mind.

What are Grammarly’s Terms of Service?

We encourage all users to read our full Terms of Service.

Who owns Grammarly?

Grammarly is a private company. Read more about our story on our About Us page. To learn more about Grammarly’s business, read about how we make money from selling subscriptions—not from selling data.

Is Grammarly GDPR compliant?

Is Grammarly HIPAA compliant?

Yes, Grammarly is compliant with HIPAA Security, Privacy, and Breach Notification rules. If you need to sign a BAA in order to comply with HIPAA, please be aware that currently we can enter into BAAs only for volume licenses of 100 seats or more. This limitation allows us to process these requests promptly and efficiently. We are looking to optimize this process as we ramp up HIPAA support for our other customers. If you are interested in a license of 100 seats or more, please submit your request here.

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