Data Protection Act requirements

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Posted by APM on 6th Jan 2016

Thank you for helping us with our data protection requirements. You can access the questionnaire via the links below; pdf and Word versions available. 

Please arrange for it to be completed by the individual responsible for Information Security within your company and returned by Monday 29th February 2016 to dataprotection@apm.org.uk, or by post to the address shown below:

Ann Alphonse, Data Protection Officer , PC.dp
Association for Project Management
Ibis House, Regent Park 
Summerleys Road 
Princes Risborough 
Bucks 
HP27 9LE

Background
As part of the Association of Project Management’s (APM) continued efforts to ensure our compliance with the Data Protection Act, we are contacting organisations with whom we exchange personal data about our members and customers, in order to assure ourselves of the protection applied to that data.

Any data processor who has access (directly or indirectly) to personal data held by APM must complete this questionnaire and where directed, provide evidence showing how they meet the necessary security standards for protecting personal data against unauthorised or unlawful processing of personal data and against accidental loss or destruction of, or damage to personal data. 

If you have any queries regarding the information requested please contact Ann Alphonse on 01844 271664.

Thank you.

 

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