The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) was enacted by the United States Federal government in 1999. Alternatively named the Financial Service Modernization Act of 1999, this law outlines the requirements for financial institutions related to identifying their information-sharing practices for their customers and safeguarding sensitive data.

Questions about GLBA

More information about GLBA can be found on the Federal Trade Commission website.

Yes; Smartsheet has many customers subject to the GLBA that use Smartsheet to store, access, and/or share their data.  While there is no formal certification or attestation process for service providers like Smartsheet specific to the GLBA, Smartsheet does maintain a variety of industry-recognized security and compliance certifications.  Furthermore, Smartsheet offers supplemental documentation to its customers in order to allow customers to make an informed assessment of our security practices against regulatory requirements.


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