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EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework Framework: Active

Original Certification Date: 11/17/2016
Next Certification Due Date: 2/16/2024
Data Collected: NON-HR

Purpose of Data Collection

Informatica processes information about its enterprise customers and suppliers for the purpose of processing and delivering requested products, services, or information, marketing purposes, to operate and improve its services, to analyze usage trends related to its services, and as otherwise described in its privacy policy. This information may be disclosed to the categories of third parties specified in Informatica's privacy policy, including other businesses that participate in seminars or joint marketing campaigns, resellers of Informatica's software products and services, and service providers. Informatica also provides software products and services that its customers may use to process their data, and Informatica processes such data on behalf of its customers as a data processor. Informatica discloses this information only to its service providers, as required by law or otherwise in accordance with its customer agreements.

Privacy Policy

Non-HR Data


Privacy Policy for Non-HR data

Effective Date: 3/9/2022

Verification Method


Dispute Resolution

Questions or Complaints?

If you have a question or complaint regarding the covered data, please contact Informatica LLC at:

Bradford Lewis
SVP and Chief Legal Officer
Informatica LLC
Informatica Corporate Headquarters
2100 Seaport Boulevard
Redwood City, California 94063
Fax: 650-385-5500

Privacy Shield organizations must respond within 45 days of receiving a complaint.

If you have not received a timely or satisfactory response from Informatica LLC to your question or complaint, please contact the independent recourse mechanism listed below


Appropriate statutory body with jurisdiction to investigate any claims against Informatica LLC regarding possible unfair or deceptive practices and violations of laws or regulations covering privacy Federal Trade Commission