Sage is committed to ensuring that all personal information handled will be processed accordingly to legally compliant standards of data protection and data security.
The purpose is of this policy is to help us achieve our data protection and data security aims by:
We endeavour to protect our users' information, through compliance with the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003 (as amended). Visit www.dataprotection.ie for more information. When you contact Sage Advocacy in relation to an event, activity, campaign, send or receive information or make a donation, you can provide us with your personal information. This data is stored on our secure computerised and encrypted database to enable us to respond to your requests, keep you updated and informed about our work and how your donation(s) is being used. In the future, we may communicate with you by mail, email or telephone.
This statement is subject to change and any such changes to our privacy statement will be posted on our website without prior notification. Contact us on email@example.com if you have any questions about privacy or security.
The Data Protection Officer has overall responsibility for ensuring that all personal information received is handled in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation. The current Data Protection Officer for Sage can be viewed on Sage’s website www.sageadvocacy.ie. The DPO for Sage has responsibility for data processing and data security.
This policy covers personal information which:
Sage collects personal information which:
If an individual considers that any of their personal information held by Sage is inaccurate, they should submit a report to the Data Protection Officer for amendment.
Sage will take reasonable steps to ensure that Client personal information is kept secure, and that it will not be disclosed to others outside of Sage. However, Sage may need to disclose personal information about clients when:
Sage endeavours to all protect personal information in its possession from being accessed, lost, deleted or damaged unlawfully or without proper authorisation through the use of data security measures.
Maintaining data security means making sure that:
If you have any questions regarding this Data Protection and Privacy Statement please contact the Data Protection Officer on (01) 5367330 or firstname.lastname@example.org.