Privacy Compliance 2017-05-19T01:11:46+00:00

Privacy Compliance

Visibility and Privacy Can Go Hand-in-Hand

Security Shouldn’t Come at the Cost of Privacy

We believe that visibility doesn’t need to mean surveillance. Our security is built specifically to respect employee privacy and national privacy laws without compromising visibility.

Trust but Verify

Too many enterprises achieve internal visibility at the cost of privacy, severely damaging employee morale. Dtex, however, values and respects employee privacy. There are no screenshots, no keylogging, no video footage — none of the information that employers really shouldn’t have.

Anonymized Metadata

Dtex collects information in the form of metadata. This metadata can go through an optional anonymization process that strips out any identifying user information, making all of the information within Dtex totally privacy compliant.

Privacy Law Compliance

As a global security provider, Dtex takes privacy law compliance seriously. Its anonymization features and collection methods mean that Dtex is legal even under some of the strictest privacy regulations in the world.

A Commitment to Global Privacy

Dtex is an advocate for the importance of global privacy. To help spread awareness of global privacy laws, we partnered with other privacy-conscious organizations to produce these Protective Monitoring Guidelines for Multinational Organizations.

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Dtex is committed to privacy compliance across the globe, especially when it comes to the increasing use of protective monitoring around the world. Protective monitoring is now recognized as a core security requirement in the workplace, including many that are multinational. The privacy laws in each country, however, can be intimidating to navigate. With that in mind, Dtex collaborated with other privacy-conscious organizations to create this guide to protective monitoring and privacy law for multinational organizations.

This document provides guidance regarding some of the international laws and regulations regarding computer monitoring in the workplace. It focuses primarily on regions that have already established laws in this area, particularly emphasizing those countries where the laws or regulations are well developed, but not necessarily easy to understand. With this document, we aim to provide multinational organizations with an easy to understand and informative starting point for their dealings in international privacy law.

Protective monitoring and privacy law

Download our PM guidelines

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