Experts in Secure,
Private, and Responsible
AI for Over 15 Years

Your trust is at the heart of everything we do at Grammarly. That’s why we’ve always pledged to do right by our users with best-in-class security practices that keep data private and protected and a commitment to safe, responsible AI innovation. Explore the measures we take to safeguard your data and trust.
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Your private information stays private

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



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Our security is built to the highest 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.



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AI developed and deployed responsibly

Understand how we build Grammarly's technology responsibly to benefit and enhance everyone.



Trusted by thousands of
organizations around the world

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Atlassian
Expedia
Zoom
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Everlane
Expensify
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eFront
LGT
ModMed
Frost & Sullivan
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Educative
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CA.gov
UC San Diego
Educative
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Enshored
Lucid
SGH
Wilson HCG
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Upwork
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CRH
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Investec
BlackRock
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Supermetrics
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Eventbrite
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BlackRock
Burns&McDonnell
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We don’t sell your data

Grammarly makes money when customers enjoy our best-in-class AI-enabled 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. You own what you write.
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Meet the leadership team
protecting our customers
and their data

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Suha Can
Chief Information Security Officer

“Millions of people use Grammarly, and that means millions of people are trusting us to safeguard their information. It’s critical that we maintain a best-in-class security infrastructure to keep their data private and protected.”
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Jennifer Miller
Head of Privacy

“Since our start, we’ve been building our business and our AI-enabled 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.”
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Alan Luk
Head of Governance, Risk, and Compliance

“From individuals to enterprises, we’re serious about ensuring the peace of mind of each and every one of our users. That’s why we consistently update our compliance portfolio to keep up with the evolving industry best practices.”

Hear from our team on how we put trust
at the heart of everything we do

Your Trust Is at the Heart of Everything We Do

Backed by industry-leading third parties


Grammarly maintains annual security certifications, contracts globally recognized third-party penetration testing firms, and undergoes security reviews of our entire cloud and corporate infrastructure and applications.

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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 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. A keylogger records every keystroke and sends data to a third party for the benefit of that party and does so without the user’s knowledge. Grammarly’s product doesn’t fit any of these descriptions.

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.

How does Grammarly use my data?

Across all our product offerings, Grammarly’s enterprise-grade attestations and certifications and user-first approach to security and privacy reflect our practices and policies to ensure users’ data is safe and secure. Grammarly takes extreme care to isolate each customer's data. Any writing that an individual or organization reviews or produces with Grammarly will never appear in another customer's writing suggestions.

Any information used to power Grammarly's generative AI features, such as prompt type, prompt text, and the context in which it's used, will be shared with our small number of thoroughly vetted partners for the sole purpose of providing you with the Grammarly experience. We do not allow any partners or third parties to use your data for training their models or improving their products.

You can also find information here about the small number of trusted third-party processors that help us provide our services. Grammarly maintains a thorough vendor-review process to conduct due diligence before engaging with any subprocessors. The review process includes multi-step security and privacy assessments, a detailed review of the vendor’s compliance posture, and an in-depth legal review of subprocessor data practices.

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