In a context where digitalization has permeated every corner of the business, massive data collection has become a constant regardless of the size or sector of an organization. In this scenario, digital security and efficient information management emerge as fundamental pillars. In the age of information and data, ensuring security and privacy becomes not only a priority, but an essential requirement for the ethical and trustworthy operation of any company.
This article will delve into enterprise-level privacy policies, exploring the practices necessary to safeguard data confidentiality and integrity in an interconnected world.
Identification of the data controller: It is essential to provide the contact information of the data controller. This includes the name of the organization, registered office, email address, among others.
Data of the person responsible for data protection: The policy must include the contact information of the person responsible for the treatment or his representative, as well as the information of the data protection officer, if this figure is available.
Purpose of data processing: The specific purpose of personal data processing must be clearly and concisely specified. This may include managing contractual relationships, sending requested information, managing applications, among others.
Data retention period: Inform about the period during which the personal data will be kept or the criteria used to determine that period. This period may vary depending on legal obligations, conservation needs for claims, or to provide contracted services.
Data recipients: Inform about the recipients or categories of recipients of personal data, even if no transfers are made to third parties. It is essential to mention the non-communication of data to any third party when applicable.
Rights of the Interested Parties: Highlight the rights that assist the interested parties regarding the processing of their personal data, such as the right of access, rectification, deletion, limitation, portability and opposition.
In addition to these elements, it is important to mention the explanation about the use of automated individual decisions if your website uses automated processes that may affect the user, such as profiling.
This publication does not constitute legal advice.
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