So many transactions take place online today that keeping confidential data secure is more critical than ever.
Ogilvie Geomatics takes users’ privacy seriously, which is why we have a series of measures in place to guarantee that all your information is securely stored and safely disposed of when it is no longer needed. We follow various physical, electronic and organisational procedures to ensure that data and personal information isn’t lost and doesn’t fall into the wrong hands.
Physical and technical measures are in place on our computer systems and servers to keep the information we hold on clients completely secure while we work with them. We also follow written guidelines and policies on information security, internal data handling and data retention, and subject our system to regular independent security audits.
When we no longer need personal data, we make sure it is securely deleted and destroyed, in adherence with the Data Protection Act, which requires all businesses to protect confidential information they have on customers, suppliers and employees.
Ogilvie Geomatics is open about the data we collect on visitors to our website, which we use to continually improve visitors’ experience. We use a third party IP Address tracking service to identify businesses which visit our site, and use this information to analyse web traffic and improve our site.
Any personal information you provide us with is handled with the greatest care. We are legally required to let you know how we will use your data, and inform you before passing it on to anyone else. We’ll let you know by email if we make any changes to our policies that affect how we handle your data. In the unlikely event that any of the information we hold is found to be inaccurate, we’ll immediately correct it upon request. If you want a copy of the information we have at any point, simply ask and we will ensure that it is quickly delivered to you.
Ogilvie Geomatics’ Data Protection Compliance Officer Alan Grieg said: “If we fail in any way to meet your expectations under this Privacy Charter or you have any other queries about how we use your information, please contact me directly for assistance.”