We respects your privacy. Our main webpage does not collect individual personal information about visitors.
Personal information that you provide via e-mail or through other online means will be accessed or shared only for purposes necessary to serve your needs or as required or permitted by applicable law. Examples include simple responses to questions or something as complex as considering you for employment with our company. The service may involve redirecting your inquiry, information or comment to another person or department better suited to meeting your needs.
We may use server logs to collect information concerning your internet connection and general information about your visit to our website. This information may be used to analyze trends; to create summary statistics for the purpose of determining technical design specifications; and to identify system performance or problem areas.
Where applicable, every webpage that collects personal information will use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol.
The staff employed is the designated agent for coordinating responses to requests.
European Union General Data Protection Regulations
We are committed to safeguarding the privacy of personal data. This Privacy Notice outlines the collection, use and disclosure of personal information provided to our company by prospective customers, employee applicants or employees.
What is the GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to all individuals and organizations with European Union-based operations. The EU includes the 28 states of the European Union and four additional countries: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.
What is personal data?
Under the GDPR, “personal data” refers to any information that relates to an identified or identifiable natural person (i.e., an individual, not a company or other legal entity), otherwise known as a “data subject.” Examples of “personal data” include a person’s name, email address, government-issued identification, or other unique identifier such as an IP address or cookie number, and personal characteristics, including photographs.
The GDPR highlights some “special categories” of personal data, which merit a higher level of protection due to their sensitive nature and consequent risk for greater privacy harm. This includes information about a data subject’s health, genetics, race or ethnic origin, biometrics for identification purposes, sex life or sexual orientation, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or trade union membership. Although criminal convictions and records are not considered “special categories” of personal data, this information is subject to amplified protections under the GDPR.
Use of Information
In General uses Information and Sensitive Information to conduct general demographic and statistical research to improve your experience with our website. Any sensitive Information collected, processed and shared internally and externally, as necessary, applicable and appropriate, to identify appropriate support services or activities. Finally, Information and Sensitive Information may be shared only with third parties who have entered into contracts with Ground Force Security Inc., to perform functions on behalf of the customer, subject to the obligation of confidentiality and safeguarding from unauthorized disclosure.
We may collect and processes Information and Sensitive Information from individuals who are applying for employment only as necessary in the exercise of the companies legitimate interests, functions and responsibilities as an employer under Texas and federal laws. We will use the details you provide on your application form, together with the supporting documents requested, additional details provided by any references. Information and Sensitive Information is collected from applicants and shared with internal and external parties to identify you; process your application; verify information, employment suitability and eligibility; communications with you; regulatory reporting; auditing; and other related processes and functions.
Retention and Destruction of Your Information
Your information will be retained in accordance with applicable federal laws. Your information will be destroyed upon your request unless applicable law requires retention or to provide ongoing services. The manner of destruction will be appropriate to preserve and ensure the confidentiality of your information given the level of sensitivity, value and criticality to the company.