ESG adheres to global privacy policies and is aligned with GDPR (European General Data Protection Regulation). ESG enables businesses to communicate with highly targeted and verified contacts at other businesses for reasons of sales and marketing and so utilises the legitimate business interest which is an exemption under data privacy regulations such as GDPR.
- All data is already publicly available. ESG sources information related to business profiles using proprietary AI & human efforts online, the data all being publicly available.
- ESG provides easily accessible methods to access/amend/remove data via email, web form and/or telephone contact such as proactive notice programs.
- Contact data which is collected is limited, pertains exclusively to business information, does not include any information related to minors and limits data that is strictly necessary to achieve the purposes of legitimate business interest.
- The data is validated and verified on an ongoing and very regular basis to ensure the data is accurate and up-to-date. ESG validates information to the nth degree to ensure the data is highly targeted and accurate.
Our customers operate in and from multiple territories and jurisdictions around the world. To ensure a consistent user experience, ESG has adopted the GDPR requirements to our entire platform and support it worldwide.
As a Data Processor with regards to GPPR we process and will process data of EU residents (and UK residents post-brexit) for EU (and UK residents post-brexit) as well as for companies registered world-wide.
ESG have made necessary provisions to adhere to data security and privacy at every step of data management, data accuracy, data retention and disposal, data transfer, data profiling, data sourcing and ensuring legitimate business interest. ESG has cleared the GDPR audit requirements in accordance with DPIA,to confirm that the controls are suitably designed.
ESG have implemented and revalidated processes and systems on the basis of the following key GDPR principles:
minimisation of data footprint;
limitation of retention.