Directorate General of Civil Aviation is committed to maintaining the privacy of our clients. We have policies and procedures in place to restrict access to your personal information to employees that need to know that information in order to provide products or services to you. We train our employees to protect the confidentiality of your records. In addition, we maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to guard your personal information.
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We only grant access to personal information about you (such as your name, address) to company employees so that they can process and service your accounts, and administer our business. Our Code of Conduct requires that your information remain confidential. Even if you are no longer our client, we will continue to treat your nonpublic personal information in the same way as if you were still a client. In addition, we maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to guard this personal information. We have implemented commercially reasonable security systems to protect personal information that we receive from any of our online applications. All information that is sent to us on these applications is encrypted using the standard security protocol Secure Socket Layer (SSL) during the transmission from an applicant's personal computer. While visitors can use e-mail to contact us about routine issues and inquiries, e-mail may not be a secure method of communication for time sensitive communication or communication of information that is confidential. We strongly recommend that this type of information not be communicated via e-mail.