We understand our customers more in-depth and we find targeted ways to reach them through all compliances. We help you with your demand generation efforts, and how to stay compliant with your marketing efforts.
As a dynamic & trusted service provider, our processes are fully derived to be compliant with GDPR and we take ownership to maintain the safety & security of your valuable data. Integrity is our fundamental value and makes up the core of our corporate philosophy keeping us committed to center our engagement around this approach. Our policies have been updated to assist you in methodically comprehending your privacy rights in alignment with our continual effort to maintain GDPR compliance. We understand the essential aspects of securing personal data by leveraging security, privacy, confidentiality, availability & integrity in a world primarily driven by data. This is the reason our systems, processes, approach & methods are constantly re-invented to enable us to serve customers in a trusted way with absolutely no compromises made to the data. We encompass GDPR readiness for all our customers to help them manage privacy & security allowing them to reduce risks and keep a tab on incidents.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation that is intended to strengthen data protection for individuals within European Union (EU) countries. The GDPR went into effect on May 25, 2018. The primary objectives of the GDPR are to give people more control over their personal data, to help protect personal data from the risk of loss, and to unify regulatory privacy and data requirements within the EU.
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 requires U.S. companies to implement a number of similar privacy initiatives, which will afford California residents unparalleled (in the United States) data privacy rights. The law takes effect on January 1, 2020. Subject to a number of exceptions, discussed below, the CCPA covers every “business” that collects and sells consumer “personal information” or discloses personal data for a business purpose.
The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act of Canada states that organizations must obtain an individual’s consent when they collect, use or disclose that individual’s personal information. Individuals should also be assured that their information will be protected by appropriate safeguards.