ExpressVPN today announced the successful completion of another independent audit of its privacy policy and TrustedServer technology.

The audit, conducted by KPMG, confirmed the company’s strict no-log policy and the effective implementation of its innovative TrustedServer system.

“We’re delighted to have KPMG scrutinize our systems, TrustedServer technology, and validate our adherence to our no-logs policy as at 12 December 2023. Regular assessments and audits by independent third parties help validate the strength of our security measures, bolstering our confidence in safeguarding our users. The latest report by KPMG adds to our long list of existing third-party testings further solidifying ExpressVPN’s position as industry leaders in trust and transparency,” said Aaron Engel, Chief Information Security Officer, ExpressVPN.

Buy Me A Coffee

TrustedServer is designed to operate entirely on RAM, ensuring that all user data is wiped with every server reboot. This adds an extra layer of security to ExpressVPN’s already robust privacy measures.

This latest validation marks the 18th independent third-party audit for ExpressVPN, solidifying its position as an industry leader in transparency and trust.

Detailed information about the audit is also covered in this blog post.

Google Parent Alphabet Appoints Anat Ashkenazi as New CFO