Protecting Customer Privacy

Protecting Customer Privacy

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.@MoodysCorp regularly reviews their Privacy Policy, which governs how they collect, use and protect personal data, and updated it in 2017 to satisfy requirements under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Learn more: http://bit.ly/2UP9DTk

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Posted from Moody's 2017 CSR Report

We regularly review our Privacy Policy, which governs how we collect, use and protect personal data, and updated it in 2017 to satisfy requirements under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

In addition to updating our Privacy Policy, we’re making a number of changes to comply with the GDPR, which represents a significant change in European data protection laws. We are reviewing and updating our internal policies and procedures as necessary, including those relating to information security and incident response. We are also implementing a governance structure to incorporate privacy by designing and developing a training program for employees. 

Upholding human rights

Our commitment to operating in an ethical and lawful manner includes protecting the basic dignity and human rights of our employees. Adding to the principles and requirements within our Code of Business Conduct, Moody’s has issued a Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement that sets out our approach to preventing these practices in our workforce and supply chain. 

View our Privacy Policy at bit.ly/moodyspp.

View our most recent Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement at bit.ly/msandhts.

Read more from Moody's 2017 CSR Report