It is the policy of Berkman Technology Solutions, Inc Computer Services that CEO/Owner, employees and affiliates of Berkman Technology Solutions, Inc may not disclose, divulge, or make accessible confidential information belonging to, or obtained through their affiliation with employees, customers, and client’s and/or their client servicing groups to any person, including relatives, friends, and business and professional associates, other than to persons who have a legitimate need for such information and to whom Berkman Technology Solutions, Inc has authorized disclosure.
President/Owner and employees shall use confidential information solely for the purpose of performing services as a trustee or employee of Berkman Technology Solutions, Inc. This policy is not intended to prevent disclosure where disclosure is required by law. No employee shall use electronic media, verbal or written communication to divulge personal, confidential information.
President/Owner, employees, volunteers and contractors must exercise good judgment and care at all times to avoid unauthorized or improper disclosures of confidential information. Conversations in public places, such as restaurants, elevators, and public transportation, should be limited to matters that do not pertain to information of a sensitive or confidential nature. In addition, President/Owner and employees should be sensitive to the risk of inadvertent disclosure and should for example, refrain from leaving confidential information on desks or otherwise in plain view and refrain from the use of speaker phones to discuss confidential information if the conversation could be heard by unauthorized persons.
At the end of employment or upon the termination of an employee’s, volunteer’s or contractor’s relationship with Berkman Technology Solutions, Inc, he or she shall return, at the request of Berkman Technology Solutions, Inc, all documents, papers, and other materials, regardless of medium, which may contain or be derived from confidential information, in his or her possession.