Confidentiality policy

Every employee of KDC Limited is committed to maintaining the confidentiality of client information. All of our Client records are handled, maintained and stored in a secure manner in accordance with internal policies, and are protected by physical, organizational and technical means.

 

We agree that we will treat as such all confidential proprietary information obtained from you and will not disclose such information to others, except to those KDC Limited persons engaged in providing services to you, or use such information except in connection with the performance of the services agreed to in this letter. This undertaking shall not apply to any of the information that we are required by law or by the requirements of any regulators or by specific professional standards to disclose or that is in or hereafter enters the public domain.

 

 

 

Free delivery system great in principle but seriously flawed
The idea is great in principle, however the process is totally flawed and written by civil servants with no experience in project ...
Saturday, March 28: Coronavirus global update
As of 7.20 this morning more than 597,458 people have been infected across the world and over 27,370 have died but at the same ...
Historic $2.2 trillion coronavirus bill passes U.S. House, becomes law
The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday approved a $2.2 trillion aid package – the largest in history – to help ...
Coronavirus: Look out for your neighbour
SOCIAL media is awash with comments highlighting the need to look out for our neighbours and in particular those that live alone, ...
The EU and the coronavirus pandemic
By Nikos Korogiannakis and Antigoni Pafiti On 11 March 2020 US President Donald Trump stunned EU leaders by announcing a 30-day ...
Our View: Parents should be fined for letting their teens roam free during a lockdown
WE WOULD have hoped that this tradition with the bonfires would have been suspended now that the country is on lockdown. The ...
Real GDP could shrink by up to 9.2 per cent in 2020
Real GDP in Cyprus could decrease by between 3.5 per cent and 9.2 per cent in 2020, according to a study published by ...
Turkey adopts ‘voluntary’ stay-at-home quarantine
President Tayyip Erdogan called on Friday for a “voluntary quarantine” in which Turks stay at home except for ...
Iran urges U.S. to free Iranian prisoners amid coronavirus
The Tehran government urged the United States on Friday to release Iranians held in U.S. jails on sanctions-related issues due to ...
Pope holds dramatic solitary service for relief from coronavirus
Pope Francis said the coronavirus had put everyone “in the same boat” as he held a dramatic, solitary prayer service ...
Coronavirus: Cypriots take to balconies and windows to applaud healthcare workers
The sound of applause could be heard through the streets of Cypriot cities on Friday night for healthcare workers batting the ...
Cash-strapped airlines resist mounting coronavirus refund claims
European airlines waiting in line for coronavirus bailouts want to tap another source of interest-free loans: their customers. ...
Supermarkets will be closed for April 1 holiday
Supermarkets will remain closed on April 1 for the public holiday, the Cyprus Supermarkets Association announced on Friday. In a ...
Coronavirus: landlords say non-paying tenants still liable to pay up after crisis
The Cyprus Association of Property Owners (Ksia) said on Friday owners and tenants need to find a “mutually acceptable payment ...
Parents should be punished for their kids unruly behaviour
“Where are the parents, where are the guardians?” Is this question for real? Since my husband and I returned to live in Cyprus in ...
Coronavirus: Deaths reach five, 16 new cases, expert says situation still manageable (Update 2)
The health ministry on Friday announced that two more people died, a 76-year-old Cypriot woman with underlying health problems, ...
Condom shortage looms after coronavirus lockdown shuts world’s top producer
A global shortage of condoms is looming, the world’s biggest producer said, after a coronavirus lockdown forced it to shut ...
Coronavirus: House approves raft of bills to shore up economy (Update 1)
Parliament on Friday approved a raft of bills aimed at shoring up the economy to withstand the fallout from the coronavirus ...
Coronavirus: Kisa says detainee facilities contrary to govt’s own measures
Migrant support NGO, Kisa on Friday said the government’s policy on tackling the migrant flow was threatening public health since ...
Coronavirus: Civil service union dismisses employers’ call for pay cuts
The main government workers’ union, Pasydy, on Friday dismissed as unacceptable, calls by employers for pay cuts in the public ...


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