The IP address is the only sensitive data that is processed by accessWidget. This is part of the header data packet that is sent to us by the user's browser. In order to prevent an extra-EU transfer we have activated a proxy server that replaces the user's IP and thus allows us to process the https call without transferring the data outside the EU.
The IP address is not saved in any server, the processing only concerns the transfer necessary for the operation of the software.
We use highly secure servers in full GDPR compliance. AccessiWay uses superior encryption and military-grade security.
We do not save user data
When a Web site implements accessWidget, the following data is saved on our servers: image URLs, link URLs, HTML structure, CSS attributes, clicks, interactions, and pages viewed. This information does not include actual content/text from the Web page or form or field information. Also, the above information does not include any personal information of any user and cannot be associated with any user.
No problem, we are always available for any questions or concerns you may have.
The Costumer Care area will receive your contact information and get back to you as soon as possible!
❌ NO COOKIES
✅ DAILY SECURITY HOLE BOUNTY
Security measures taken:
- Data encryption during transmission and storage
- Support for data loss prevention
- Weekly vulnerability checks and audits
- Support for script and link tag integrity
- Active internal bounty program
- Dedicated contracted DevOps team
- Daily manual and automated malware scans
- Adequate access control measures
- Modularity of apps with microservices
- Adequate access control measures
Cookies? No thanks
Daily security hole bounty
Hunting for security holes is a tradition at AccessiWay and we encourage compensation for finders
We have made 600+ brands accessible
"Dulac Farmaceutici’s mission is to help people with well-being in their daily life. We want to offer equal access to this and our partnership with AccessiWay operates in this exact direction, by letting everybody access to our website and all its content"
Provincia di Lecce
"The Province of Lecce strongly believes that accessibility is not a product, but an ongoing process. With this further step, we are breaking down architectural computer barriers: citizen users with blindness, visual impairments, cognitive impairments, motor impairments, epilepsy will have easier and facilitated access".
Comune di Livorno
"The new tool is part of a package of initiatives that the municipal administration is implementing in the area of inclusive digital innovation, with a focus on citizens and their needs. This is made possible thanks to the work of the Municipality's Information Systems sector, which is doing an excellent job on the digital innovation front."
ASL Roma 6
"We chose to do this as a moral duty. The Internet is now a fundamental tool in communication [...] We as a health care company cannot and will not be complicit in the burden of this inequality in the free use of the Web."
Comune di Nuoro
"Our administration aims to put the citizen at the centre and has also done so through the creation of the municipality's new institutional website, conceived and designed to be inclusive and to improve the accessibility requirements of digital public services in terms of practicality".
Comune di Civitanova Marche
"We are one of the first entities nationwide to use new technology to increase the accessibility of a web portal through a partnership with Accessiway."
Comune di Monza
"The solution adopted further helps people with disabilities navigate more easily through various digital content. It is a customized tool that adds an important piece to the challenging work of removing both physical and virtual architectural barriers."
Retro Consulting Group
"The strength of a brand and a company's attention to the individual are demonstrated by its interest in a type of innovation that is not only technological, but also and above all social. This is why we are proud of the partnership and feel perfectly aligned with AccessiWay, a benchmark in accessibility."