Data Protection

Why is Data Protection Paramount?

Data Protection. As described in our Privacy Policy, we collect personal information from your interactions with us and our website, including through cookies and similar technologies. We may also share this personal information with third parties, including advertising partners. We do this in order to show you ads on other websites that are more relevant to your interests and for other reasons outlined in our privacy policy.

Sharing of personal information for targeted advertising based on your interaction on different websites may be considered "sales", "sharing," or "targeted advertising" under certain U.S. state privacy laws. Depending on where you live, you may have the right to opt out of these activities. If you would like to exercise this opt-out right, please follow the instructions below.

If you visit our website with the Global Privacy Control opt-out preference signal enabled, depending on where you are, we will treat this as a request to opt-out of activity that may be considered a “sale” or “sharing” of personal information or other uses that may be considered targeted advertising for the device and browser you used to visit our website.

Data Protection refers to the set of privacy laws, policies, and procedures that aim to minimise intrusion into one's privacy caused by the collection, storage, and dissemination of personal data. With the proliferation of data in today's digital age, data protection cannot be overstated.


Personal data relates to any information that can be used to directly or indirectly identify an individual. It can be anything from a name, an image, an email address, financial details, or even a computer IP address. Diverse industries, including healthcare, banking, government, and education, handle an enormous amount of personal data daily.


Data protection helps safeguard important information from corruption, compromise or loss. The importance of data protection increases as the amount of data created and stored continues to grow at unprecedented rates. Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and expensive for the affected parties.


In addition to the monetary impact of data loss, a lack of data protection can also result in the loss of customer trust. In a world where data is increasingly valuable, protecting that data is paramount and businesses must do everything they can to keep their data safe.


Over the years, data protection laws, regulations and legal frameworks have emerged to provide a strong foundation for data protection across the globe. They provide the guidelines for the collection, use, and disclosure of data. Following these laws helps a company maintain its reputation and trust among its customers.