Predictive Success takes your data privacy and security seriously. To align with the General Data Privacy Regulations, The Predictive Index Data Processing Agreement meets the GDPR’s processing requirements by specifying (1) the subject matter and duration of PI’s processing of your data; (2) the nature of purpose of PI’s processing of your data; (3) the type of personal data and categories of data subjects for which PI processes on your behalf; and (4) the obligations and rights of the data controller (that’s you, the client). It is specifically tailored to PI’s products and services, and our PI Certified Partner Network, and, when executed, modifies your PI Client Agreement to align with the GDPR.
Principle #1: The company is accountable for personal information in its possession or control.
The company is accountable for all personal information in its possession or control. This includes any personal information that the firm received from clients who are individuals, or indirectly, through clients that are organizations (e.g. corporations, government entities, not-for-profit organizations).
The company has:
- Established and put into effect policies and procedures aimed at properly protecting personal information;
Principle #2: The company identifies the purpose for which it collects personal information from clients before it is collected.
The company collects personal information from clients and uses and discloses such information only to provide the professional services that the client has required. Each service the company provides is described in an engagement letter with the client.
Principle #3: The company collects only that personal information required to perform its professional services and operate its business, and such information is collected by fair and lawful means.
Principle #4: The company uses or discloses personal information only for purposes for which it has consent, or as required by law. The company retains personal information only as long as necessary to fulfill those purposes.
Principle #5: The company endeavours to keep accurate, complete, and up-to-date, personal information in its possession or control, to the extent required to meet the purposes for which it was collected.
Principle #6: The company protects the privacy of personal information in its possession or control by using security safeguards appropriate to the sensitivity of the information.
Principle #7: The company is open about the procedures it uses to manage personal information.
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