Information containing trade secrets, restricted to in-house use, personal data and other information on the Company’s operations and development to a large extent determine its ability to compete in the market. A disclosure of confidential information may prove detrimental to the Company’s interests and reputation and it is the duty of all of us to protect it.
When handling such information, we observe the following rules:
- Confidential information may be used only as part of one’s job duties in accordance with corporate procedures in force.
- An obligation not to disclose confidential information should continue after an employee leaves the Company unless they have agreed otherwise.
- Not only corporate intellectual property must be handled with care and respect, but also the information owned by our partners which we gain access to when working with them. The Company’s intellectual property including the innovations developed by its employees may be used only in its interests.
- When working with confidential information, use must be made of certified technical security measures to protect information.