We define confidentiality as "ensuring that information is accessible only to those authorized to have access and is protected throughout its lifecycle ".
Confidentiality is an important principle in business because it functions to impose a boundary on the amount of personal information and data that can be disclosed without consent.
Knowing that confidentiality practices are in place allows the person giving sensitive and personal information, to feel secure and that they can trust that their privacy is being protected.
It is the policy of 2DrunkDrivers, LLC A Designated Driver Company that operators, contractors and employees of 2DrunkDrivers, LLC may not disclose, divulge, or make accessible confidential information belonging to, or obtained through their affiliation with 2DrunkDrivers, LLC to any person, including relatives, friends, business and professional associates, other than to persons who have a legitimate need for such information and to whom 2DrunkDrivers, LLC has authorized disclosure.
Operators, contractors and employees shall use confidential information solely for the purpose of performing services as a trustee or employee for 2DrunkDrivers, LLC A Designated Driver Company. This policy is not intended to prevent disclosure where disclosure is required by law. Operators, employees, volunteers and contractors must exercise good judgment and care at all times to avoid unauthorized or improper disclosures of confidential information. Conversations in public places, such as restaurants, elevators and public transportation, should be limited to matters that do not pertain to information of a sensitive or confidential nature. In addition, operators, contractors and employees should be sensitive to the risk of inadvertent disclosure and should for example, refrain from leaving confidential information on desks or otherwise in plain view and refrain from the use of speaker phones to discuss confidential information if the conversation could be heard by unauthorized persons.
At the end of a operator’s or contractor’s contract or upon the termination of an employee's, volunteer's or contractor's relationship with 2DrunkDrivers, LLC A Designated Driver Company, he or she shall return, at the request of 2DrunkDrivers, LLC, all documents, papers and other materials, regardless of medium, which may contain or be derived from confidential information, in his or her possession.