Data Integrity

Data Integrity

Policy Statement:

Darlo¬† (“Darlo”) recognizes the critical importance of data integrity in maintaining the accuracy, reliability, and security of the information we collect and process. This Data Integrity Policy outlines our commitment to preserving the integrity of data in all aspects of our operations.

1. Data Accuracy and Completeness:

1.1. Darlo is committed to ensuring that all data collected, stored, or processed is accurate, complete, and up-to-date. It is the responsibility of employees and relevant stakeholders to verify and update data as necessary.

2. Data Security:

2.1. We implement stringent security measures to protect data from unauthorized access, data breaches, or tampering. This includes regular security assessments, encryption of sensitive data, and access controls.

3. Data Retention and Disposal:

3.1. Darlo retains data only for the period required to fulfill its intended purposes or as mandated by applicable laws. Data that is no longer needed is securely disposed of to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure.

4. Data Entry and Validation:

4.1. Data entry is performed by authorized personnel following established procedures. Validation checks are conducted to minimize errors during data entry.

5. Data Backups:

5.1. We maintain regular data backups to ensure data recovery in the event of system failures, data corruption, or disasters.

6. Data Access Controls:

6.1. Access to data is restricted to authorized individuals with a legitimate business need. We implement user authentication and role-based access controls to limit access to sensitive data.

7. Data Change Logs:

7.1. We maintain change logs to record all modifications, additions, or deletions of data, allowing for traceability and accountability.

8. Data Quality Assurance:

8.1. We periodically conduct data quality assessments to identify and rectify data inaccuracies, inconsistencies, or redundancies.

9. Training and Awareness:

9.1. All employees and stakeholders who handle data receive training on data integrity best practices and their roles and responsibilities in maintaining data accuracy and security.

10. Reporting Data Integrity Concerns:

10.1. Employees and stakeholders are encouraged to report any suspected data integrity concerns or violations through appropriate channels within the company.

11. Consequences of Non-Compliance:

11.1. Failure to comply with this Data Integrity Policy may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment or contractual relationships.

12. Policy Review:

12.1. This Data Integrity Policy is periodically reviewed and updated to reflect changes in data management practices and regulatory requirements.