Confidential Nature of Company Affairs
Every employer is concerned about controlling outsiders’ access to sensitive
business information, such as trade secrets, customer lists, and financial data.
However, maintaining control over this confidential information has become more
challenging since advances in communications technology, such as the Internet
and electronic mail (“e-mail”), make sharing and accessing business information
easier and quicker than ever before.
This policy discusses how internal business information is to be kept
confidential by the employee and the enforcement of this policy.
· Information Assets
· Control of Information
· Centralized Responsibility
· Identifying Confidential Information
· Outsider Requests for Information
· Confidentiality Requirements
· Enforcement of Confidentiality
· Agreements in Restraint of Trade
· Material Inside Information
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