GDPR Policy

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect on May 25, 2018 and it includes changes to the European Union data protection laws. The purpose is to standardize data protection laws across the EU which enable people in the EU enhance rights to their data and require businesses to meet organizational and technical controls around the collection and processing of personal data.
At FutureWise we believe that individuals’ rights to data protection and privacy are of paramount importance. Hence, we take data privacy and protection very seriously and don’t compromise under any circumstances. FutureWsie doesn’t entertain the processing of one’s personal information beyond what is crucial for the functioning of services. After a diligent review of the GPDR requirements for data protection, we have successfully enacted the necessary course of action, both, organizational and technical, for successful compliance.
We, at FutureWise have readily utilized a set of security norms and processes to safeguard the information entrusted to us. This, in turn, assists us adhere to privacy and security policies, regulations and standards, which are in line with GDPR. Moreover, FutureWise is also making calculated strides to upgrade its services, while maintaining superior standards to the security and privacy of its users. While we make sure that our users have the ultimate ownership of their data, we also take requisite measures for customers exploiting features innate to furnish their GDPR obligations, such as alteration, removal, and transfer of personal data, without the company's consent.