Allpack's data protection recertification strengthens privacy and security commitment

Allpack's data protection recertification strengthens privacy and security commitment

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Data protection has become a paramount concern in today's digital landscape, with rising cyber threats and increasing regulatory requirements. Allpack recognises the importance of protecting the privacy and confidential information of its customers, partners, and employees. As part of its ongoing efforts to ensure data protection compliance, Allpack has recently undergone a comprehensive recertification process.

The recertification process involved a thorough assessment of Allpack's data protection policies, practices, and systems by an independent regulatory body. It encompassed an evaluation of data collection, storage, processing, and sharing practices and the implementation of appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure data security.

By successfully completing this recertification process, Allpack has demonstrated its continued adherence to internationally recognised data protection standards and regulations, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union and other applicable local data protection laws.

George Clarke, Managing Director of Allpack, said: Data protection is a top priority for Allpack, with this recertification validating our ongoing commitment to maintaining the highest data privacy and security standards. We understand the trust that our customers and partners place in us when sharing their data, and we remain dedicated to upholding that trust by implementing robust data protection measures throughout our organisation.

As part of its data protection efforts, Allpack has implemented a range of measures to ensure the security and confidentiality of data, including the use of encryption technologies, access controls, regular security audits, and staff training programs. These measures are designed to protect data against unauthorised access, loss, alteration, or disclosure.

Allpack's commitment to data protection extends beyond its own operations. The company works closely with its suppliers and partners to ensure that data protection requirements are upheld throughout the supply chain. By fostering a culture of data privacy and security, Allpack aims to promote trust and confidence among its stakeholders.

With the recertification for Data Protection Registration, Allpack affirms its dedication to continuously improving its data protection practices. By staying abreast of evolving technologies and regulatory developments, Allpack aims to maintain its position as a trusted provider of packaging solutions while safeguarding the privacy of its valued customers.

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