- EPSO-G group
- Holding company
- Supervision and management
- Vision, mission, values
- Corporate governance
- Social responsibility
- Disclosure and communication
- Internal audit
- Risk management
- Conflict of interests
- Personal data protection
- Information protection
- Research and innovation
- Integrated planning
- Project management
- Technology assets
- Associated parties
- Prevention of corruption
Appropriate handling of personal data is one of the key elements in creating and maintaining the EPSO-G group’s reputation as a trusted business partner and employer.
Therefore, the EPSO-G group applies a data protection policy that establishes the practice of careful handling of personal data. Relevant officials were appointed who ensure the implementation of this policy.
Key principles of EPSO-G personal data protection:
- The principle of integrity and legality. It means that, when handling data, personal rights must be protected and the data must be processed in a lawful and fair manner.
- The principle of restricted use. It means that personal data can only be handled for clearly defined and legitimate purposes, with prior notification about it. The data cannot be handled for other without the consent of the person.
- The principle of transparency and clarity. It means that the entities of personal data must be clearly informed about how their data is processed.
- The data optimization principle. It means that, before processing personal data, it must be clear in advance how much of the data have to be collected in order to achieve the intended goal.
- The principle of timely deletion of personal data. It means that the personal data which are no longer necessary for the intended goal should be deleted, except in those cases when their storage is mandatory according to the laws of the Republic of Lithuania or other regulatory legislation.
- The data accuracy principle. It means that the personal data must be accurate and, if necessary, updated.
- The principle of secrecy and security. It means that the personal data is considered confidential information.