CivilGEO’s GDPR Compliance

The Context

Effective May 25th, 2018, the European Union (EU) has imposed a stringent yet essential law to protect the fundamental right to privacy of EU residents. The law is called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and restricts how EU citizens and residents personal data is lawfully collected, processed, and stored. It is applicable to all the organizations that collect and/or process EU residents personal data or have business arrangements to provide them goods and services. CivilGEO sees GDPR as an opportunity to tighten its controls and become more reliable and robust in management of data. Over our company’s history, we have worked tirelessly at achieving customer success by building on trust, honesty, and transparency. We intend to further deepen this bond of trust with our customers and partners, and maintain accountability in the EU—as well as globally.

CivilGEO’s Commitment

We are persistently working to maintain GDPR compliance and at the same time, feel privileged and responsible to maintain the privacy and security of your data. Our commitment to serve you has placed privacy and security control processes in place to ensure this compliance. In our continued efforts to maintain compliance, we have updated some of our policies to protect your privacy and rights. Review our Privacy Policy and Data Confidentiality Agreement. Everything around people these days is data-driven and CivilGEO is committed to the principles of securing your personal data by ensuring privacy, confidentiality, security, integrity, and availability. We are also continually improving our computer systems and related processes to serve our clients better without compromising their information in any way.

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