Important GDPR Information for PI Account Owners 🇪🇺


We at Predictio are pleased to inform you that in July this year, the European Commission adopted its adequacy decision for the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework.

The decision concludes that the United States ensures an adequate level of protection – comparable to that of the European Union – for personal data transferred from the EU to US companies under the new framework.

On the basis of the new adequacy decision, personal data can flow safely from the EU to US companies participating in the Framework, without having to put in place additional data protection safeguards.


The Predictive Index is under the EU-US Data Privacy Framework, and a transfer to the PI server can therefore be considered as secure as a transfer to a server in Europe.

Furthermore, The Predictive Index has very high security standards:

  • ISO 27001 certified (the highest certification in data security)
  • Under the EU-US Data Privacy Framework
  • Privacy Shield certified
  • PI Behavioral and PI Cognitive Assessment are DNV-GL certified.



In accordance with GDPR, Predictio has always recommended that clients sign PI's DPA (Data Processing Agreement) which includes the EU Standard Contractual Clauses .

With the new decision from the European Commission, The Predictive Index has updated their DPA  to incorporate the changes. At the bottom of this post, you can download the updated DPA.

It is no longer required to sign a DPA. However, The Predictive Index still believe it's good practice to have a DPA in place between the client and PI. Please reach out if you wish to receive the updated DPA for electronic signing via AdobeSign. If you choose not to sign the DPA, we recommend that you download it below and store it together with your PI license agreement.

If you would like to read more about the new decision from EU, please go to the European Commission's website.

If you would like to know more about The Predictive Index Privacy Policy, please read about it here ⭐️



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