The Personal Data Protection Act, 2012 (No.26 of 2012) (‘PDPA’) is the principal data protection legislation in Singapore governing the collection, use, and disclosure of individuals' personal data by organizations. The PDPA was enacted on 15 October 2012 and was amended on 2 November 2020, which is the culmination of the first comprehensive review of the PDPA since its enactment in 2012.
Privacy is by design at DocuX. We do not need to, and we do not collect and process customers and individual’s personal data beyond what is required for providing DocuX Services.
DocuX adheres to global regulations and industry practices to maintain privacy and security of customer’s data. Effective compliance addresses data privacy and security requirements no matter where your business is located or which industry you belong to. We enhance business value of our services by adhering to necessary standards and policies. Hence, our cloud ecosystem is capable of providing a robust and scalable structure for safe processing of your and your customer’s data. Our platform is PDPA ready to help you meet your compliance obligations. As a standard practice, we extend such capabilities and practices not only to our customers in the Singapore but also to all our customers worldwide.
The PDPA imposes the following data protection obligations on organizations in respect of their data activities:
We pay utmost attention to the data collection, processing, security, storage, and related practices at DocuX, both as data controller and processor. We ensure that all our practices and processes are designed to protect rights of individuals under PDPA. More particularly,
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