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We are strongly committed to civil liberties, as embodied in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. SeeQuestor technology facilitates respect for Article 14, especially the right to a trial without undue delay, and the right to know the case against one. SeeQuestor as a company is conscious of and respects Article 17 privacy rights, including under the interpretation provided by UN Human Rights Committee General Comment 16 (1988), s. 10, which insists on proper legal regulation of the collection and storage of personal data.
Typically, there is a justification for law enforcement agencies under the law for analysing video data in connection with a criminal investigation or search for a missing person, subject to a set of principles - necessity, proportionality and accountability - that protect our civil liberties. We have designed SeeQuestor to allow these principles to be applied with tight authorisation controls, data retention policies and a black box audit trail.
For our SeeQuestor Software as a Service and Format Conversion Service offerings, we have put in place appropriate physical and electronic measures, security policies and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure customer data that we have under our control, from unauthorised access, improper use, alteration, unlawful or accidental destruction or accidental loss.
Sales of SeeQuestor technology comply with the Ruggie Principles on business and human rights. SeeQuestor is mindful of the Principles and Guidelines outlined in the UK’s Surveillance Camera Code of Practice which seeks to provide guidance on the appropriate and effective use of surveillance camera systems by relevant authorities when exercising any functions to which the code relates.
SeeQuestor is registered with the Information Commissioner's Office. The Company Data Protection Policy is available to customers on request.
SeeQuestor was awarded Cyber Essentials certification in March 2017.
Cyber Essentials is the UK Government-backed scheme that sets out a framework and accreditation system for businesses to protect themselves against cyber threats.
The scheme is supported It is backed by industry including the Federation of Small Businesses and the CBI.
The Cyber Essentials scheme was developed to provide a clear outline of the basic controls all organisations should implement to mitigate the risk from common internet based threats, within the context of the Government’s 10 Steps to Cyber Security. Secondly, through the Assurance Framework, Cyber Essentials certification offers a way for organisations to demonstrate to customers, investors, insurers and others that they have taken these essential precautions.