Security Measures

We know how important your data is to you. Compoundly uses the best encryption in the business to keep your data safe. And we don't sell your data.

We've invested heavily in making sure our platform uses the most up-to-date industry protocols for storing your data including bank-level 256-bit encryption.

We use Plaid to securely connect to more than 15,000 financial institutions across the U.S. During the registration process, you will be asked to enter your online banking credentials. These credentials never touch our servers, nor are they stored by us in any way. Your credentials are sent through Plaid to your bank or credit card provider. Plaid then sends back an encrypted token to us which provides access to your transaction data. We cannot make any changes to your account.

We host our servers securely using Amazon Web Services (AWS), a secure online data storage and hosting service that is used by the Department of Defense, NASA, and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Your financial data on our servers will never be accessed or used by any other party.

Additionally, we do not sell your financial data and only use it for the purposes of providing our services to you. If you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch with us at

We value responsible disclosure through our bug bounty program. If you're a security researcher and you believe you've uncovered a security issue in Compoundly's products, please email us at with the necessary information to reproduce the issue.