Teradata takes its privacy responsibilities very seriously. Our commitment to privacy and information security goes beyond what is written in our Global Privacy Policy. Integrity, responsibility, being people-focused, and being dedicated to our customers and associates are among the core values that we apply to all aspects of our business and we demand the same standards of our workforce, supply chains and business partners. We regularly train, set the tone and example from management, and communicate with our workforce about the standards and practices applicable to privacy at Teradata.


On this web page, we have collected all relevant information regarding data privacy and information security at Teradata so that our customers, employees, partners and suppliers can read about our commitment to, and requirements regarding, data privacy all in one place. Our partners and suppliers are required to comply with the principles of this Global Privacy Policy, which is deemed incorporated into agreements we have with them. Below you will find a form that you can use to get in touch with our Privacy Team in case you have any questions or concerns.

Our Global Privacy Policy can be found here. This is the key document that details Teradata's commitment to protecting the personal information of our customers, employees and business partners. Customers can find out more about how Teradata processes Customer Data here.


You can contact our Privacy Team under

To contact our Data Protection Officer for Europe please send us an email at

If you are a U.S. resident, please contact us at Please use this email to make requests related to the CCPA/CPRA and other United States laws, or you may also leave a voice message via our toll free-telephone number 1 855-729-4835 and we will contact you.

More detailed contact information and guidance can be found in our Global Privacy Policy.


Teradata’s business model does not include sharing or selling your personal information for money, but under certain United States laws, such as California’s CCPA, sharing personal information with partners in exchange for some benefit, such as providing more relevant ads, is considered a “sale” or “share.” Teradata may “sell” or “share” personal information for such advertising purposes. You may read more about Teradata’s use of cookies here. A Do Not Sell/Share request will cause us to take actions designed to stop cross-context behavioral advertising to you. If you are a U.S. resident, you may contact us at to make such a request. Alternatively, to ensure that your information is not “sold” or “shared” through advertising cookies, you may personalize your tracking by clicking this link and selecting “Don’t Personalize.”

Application of New EU, Swiss and UK Standard Contractual Clauses

Teradata Guidance on Transfer of European Personal Data

EU-US, Swiss-US and UK Data Privacy Framework

Teradata Corporation is certified under the EU-US, Swiss-US and UK Data Privacy Framework.

More information can be found in the Global Privacy Policy and on the International Centre for Dispute Resolution website.