Data protection policy

CIPS takes employee’s privacy seriously and makes all efforts to protect employee’s personal information from misuse, interference, and loss; and from unauthorized access, modification, or disclosure. Personal data is classified as confidential and it must be respected by all CIPS members. All personal information about CIPS employees collected by CIPS, such as personal contact details (ID, photograph, salary details, etc) will be used for contract and work purposes only.


CIPS personnel need to respect and apply these basic principles while processing personal data: Fair processing, purpose specification, accuracy, respect, confidentiality and security. 



This policy applies to all personal data held by CIPS in relation to persons of concern to CIPS. Data which will be protected under this policy includes:

  • biographical data (biodata) such as name, sex, marital status, date and place of birth, country of origin, country of asylum, occupation, religion, and ethnicity;

  • scanned ID;

  • scanned NPWP;

  • photograph;

  • fingerprint;

  • salary details;

  • performance review;

  • bank account details;

  • personal address.


This policy applies whether processing takes place within CIPS office or transferring personal data to other parties. The policy continues to apply even after persons are no longer CIPS staff members. Employment history details, will be kept for work purposes and will not be shared to anybody or any institution.


Use and disclose personal information

Personal information will only be used and disclosed for the purpose for which it was collected. Any requests for information about personal data must have approval from the data subject. Information collected from all CIPS member will be used and disclosed to other organization or other party within this following condition:


  • you have consented to use or disclosure for a secondary purpose

  • it is requested by the law enforcement agency or court. Transfers may concern person subject to an investigation for an allegedly committed crime, or in relation the victim(s) of or witness(es) to a crime.


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Jakarta Selatan 12430


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