Handling Client Information:
CabbageTree Solutions needs to collect and use certain types of information about the clients who award projects to the company. This may include information pertaining to their business processes, data pertaining to their current, past or future engagements, entities such as partners, vendors, employees, clients, suppliers, service users and any others in the capacity of an individual or an organization with which the client office communicates.
CabbageTree Solutions and all its employees (both permanent and contract employees) are by law required to exercise caution while handling such confidential data while collecting or using the same in their project.
CabbageTree Solutions believes that treatment of any personal information lawfully and correctly is critical for successful business operations, and for maintaining the trust from the clients. The Data Protection Act 1998 stands to safeguard the privacy and rights of living individuals. It monitors and controls the various aspects of transactions involving personal information such as collecting, storing, using or disclosing such information.
Managers shall be liable and responsible to ensure that personal information and project data is securely safeguarded using appropriate data security measures (i.e. relevant to the sensitivity of the personal information).
Every employee shall ensure that:
Personal information is disposed of securely.
Personal information shall never be shared with any third party. Exception to this shall be to obtain necessary permission or authorization from the organization.
Data shall be safely kept in specific project folders with suitable access restrictions and permissions defined on the folders.
Files shall be named using special approach to ensure that the file name clearly indicates the client name based on unique codes assigned to each project pertaining to each client.