Sabytel Technologies Inc. (Sabytel) holds Canadian and NATO facility clearance granted by the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate (CISD) under the Industrial Security Program and is certified to apply for and hold individual security clearances up to that level. All employees and contractors acting on behalf of Sabytel shall abide by the requirements of this program and the orders outlined in this document.
The overriding intent is to ensure our clients and partners that the information provided to Sabytel under contract is appropriately handled and safeguarded at all times. Sabytel maintains a security program to comply with the requirement for handling, processing and storage of clients and partners information.
Sabytel recognizes the intent and requirements of the GC Industrial Security Program administered by PWGSC in its mandate to protect GC information and assets and shall abide by the program directives. Sabytel recognizes Treasury Board Secretariat (TBS) as the GC delegated authority for government security policies and the lead agencies identified in the policy documents (such as RCMP, CSIS and CSEC), and will conform to the directives and guidance provided by them in the processing, handling and storage of GC information and assets.Sabytel understands the term 3rd party confidential Information, meaning any information that the disclosing party may disclose to the receiving party that is not in the public domain or known to the receiving party through no fault of the receiving party.Precautions are taken to ensure safeguarding of the information against disclosure to others with the same degree of care and caution as exercised with its own information of similar nature.Precautions are taken to ensure that unauthorized persons do not gain access to protected information. Personnel must observe the requirements for control and registration of sensitive information and assets and to the proper procedures for their packaging and transmittal, predicated on the Government Security Policy.Sabytel adopts the relevant IT security standards such as ISO 27001 ISMS, NIST guidelines and IT security best practices.