Gives you the right to:

  • know why an organization collects, uses or discloses your personal information;
  • expect an organization to collect, use or disclose your personal information reasonably and appropriately, and not use the information for any purpose other than that to which you have consented;
  • know who in the organization is responsible for protecting your personal information;
  • expect an organization to protect your personal information by taking appropriate security measures;
  • expect the personal information an organization holds about you to be accurate, complete and up-to-date;
  • obtain access to your personal information and ask for corrections if necessary; and
  • complain about how an organization handles your personal information if you feel your privacy rights have not been respected.

You have the right to question the management of your personal information…

I store my clients’ sensitive information in one of the industry’s leading password manager applications.

And, I protect my access to that sensitive information with a robust passphrase and multi-factor authentication. Since my password manager employs AES-256 encryption and my password vault vendor operates on a Zero-Knowledge Protocol model, they can also not access my clients’ information.