Incture adheres to the requirements set out in the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR) of the European Union and Parliament.
GDPR has an enormous impact on companies that use, access, reference, store or process any personal data. EU residents will now have a much greater say and control over what, how, why, where, and when their data is used, stored and also deleted, or removed. GDPR clarifies how the EU personal data laws apply within the EU and globally when related to EU residents.
Any organization that works with EU residents’ personal data in any manner, irrespective of location, has obligations to protect the data. Incture is a global technology company and holds personal data on our current and former employees and associates, and act as a data processor for our clients. We understand our obligations under GDPR with regards to this data and have put appropriate policies in place to ensure they are met. These are:
Policies for Data Protection & Retention: Incture maintains a set of policies for the storage, protection, and retention of data. Along with procedures to address and review enquires by individuals related to the data we hold on them – these policies, and the monitoring thereof, are overseen by the board of Incture directors.
Procedures for dealing with data breaches: Incture has procedures to respond to data breaches including notifying the appropriate authorities and individuals.
Staff Awareness: All staff and associates receive mandatory data privacy and protection awareness training on joining and via annual refresher courses.
Data Integrity & Security: Incture has a firm commitment to data security, integrity, and protection
For any questions about our GDPR compliance please contact email@example.com