OTE Group takes a variety of technical and organizational measures to ensure the confidentiality of personal data in these efforts.
Cathya Gonzalez-Valencia, DT Group.
Data security is of paramount concern to OTE Group. It is a decisive factor of its success and public image. That is why OTE Group uses all the appropriate and reasonable technical and organizational means at its disposal to protect company data and the data of its customers, business partners, shareholders and employees against unauthorized access, unauthorized or improper use, loss and premature destruction. It does so within the respective legal framework and national laws as well as in compliance with its own internal policies and regulations.
OTE Group is aware that the personal data its customers, business partners, shareholders and employees entrust to it is highly sensitive, and protects that data by handling it in a careful and responsible manner. Therefore OTE Group takes a variety of technical and organizational measures to ensure the confidentiality of personal data in these efforts. Every individual is responsible within the scope of his/her duties for ensuring a high level of data privacy at OTE Group. The OTE Group’s employees adhere strictly to the data privacy regulations and, in particular, respect and observe the comprehensive rights of those whose data they collect, process and use.
General duty of confidentiality
In addition to the technical and organizational measures of data-privacy, each OTE Group employee is obliged to protect the company’s business interests. For this reason, any information leaving the company or any information related to OTE Group issues must be communicated to authorized recipients only, no matter if they are employees of OTE Group or third parties. Similarly, OTE Group considers the confidentiality of information and safeguards business documents against unauthorized access.
In order to ensure market integrity and enhance public confidence in the financial markets, OTE Group’s employees adhere to the rules prohibiting the use of inside information, in particular the rules on confidentiality, the prohibition on making recommendations to or inducing others and the prohibition of insider dealings.
Information Security & Personal Data Protection