Governance Policy On Protection Of Personal Information

INTERMEDIARY HOSTING SERVICES

WORKNSTAY INC.

 

1. goals

1.1.      This Privacy Governance Policy describes how Worknstay Accommodation Intermediary Services Inc. (collectively: “WORKNSTAY”, “we”, “us” or “our”) ensures that your personal information are properly managed and protected.

1.2.      At WORKNSTAY, protecting your personal information is our priority. In order to meet your expectations, we take the necessary measures to protect personal information, manage data correctly and ensure the responsibility of our employees with regard to the protection of personal information.

1.3.      Privacy means the effective protection and management of personal information through the identification, assessment, monitoring and mitigation of risks to the protection of personal information in WORKNSTAY services and activities that involve the collection, the retention, use, disclosure and destruction of personal information.

1.4.      The purpose of the Privacy Governance Policy (hereinafter referred to as the “Governance Framework” or the “Framework”) is to articulate our vision, objective and commitment to the protection of personal information. personal information, including the processing and protection of personal information, so that the privacy of our customers is respected. The Framework is intended as a reference document for visitors to our website and our customers (collectively: “Customers”, “you”, “yours” or “yours”).

1.5.      This Governance Framework does not apply to personal information that is public by law.

2. definitions

We define certain terms as follows:

  • Anonymization : Information concerning a person is anonymized when it is reasonable to conclude that it no longer allows that person to be directly or indirectly identified.

 

  • De-indexing of personal information : The removal of information to make it less visible, but still directly accessible.

 

  • Governance of the protection of personal information : this concerns all of WORKNSTAY’s activities to collect, use and disclose personal information in accordance with the law and regulatory directives; protect personal information and manage the risks associated with the processing of this information.

 

  • Confidentiality incident : Constitutes a confidentiality incident:

a) Unauthorized access to personal information;

b) Unauthorized use of personal information;

c) Unauthorized communication of personal information;

d) The loss of personal information or any other breach of the protection of such information.

 

  • Personal information (this definition is specified in the Personal Information Protection Act):this is information, whatever its form and medium, concerning an identifiable individual, in particular:

 

a) information relating to his race, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, age or family status;

b) information relating to his education, his medical file, his criminal record, his professional history or financial transactions in which he participated;

c) any number or symbol, or any other identifying indication, specific to it;

d) his address, fingerprints or blood type;

e) his personal opinions or ideas, excluding those relating to another individual or to a proposal for a grant, reward or prize to be granted to another individual by a federal institution, or subdivision thereof prescribed by regulation;

f) any correspondence of a private or confidential nature, implicitly or explicitly, sent by him to a federal institution, as well as the responses of the institution to the extent that they reveal the content of the sender’s correspondence;

g) the ideas or opinions of others about him;

h) the ideas or opinions of another individual relating to a proposed grant, award or prize to be awarded to him by an institution, or subdivision thereof, referred to in paragraph (e), excluding of the name of this other individual if this name is mentioned with the ideas or opinions;

i) his name when it is mentioned with other personal information concerning him or when the sole disclosure of the name would reveal information about him;

 

  • Third party: Any natural or legal person external to WORKNSTAY, who is not part of our organization or members of our staff. The third party may include suppliers, distributors, subcontractors, other contractors, partners, consultants, other external organizations, etc.

3. Contact details of the person responsible for the protection of personal information

    • The person responsible for the protection of personal information is Audrey-Ann Deshaies, President and CEO. She can be contacted by telephone at 819-354-3397 or by email at: deshaies@worknstay.com .
    • This person is notably responsible for:

3.2.1.     Receive and process access and rectification requests while respecting the protection of personal information and confidentiality;

3.2.2.     Handle confidentiality incidents;

3.2.3.     Receive complaints that question the protection of personal information and process them;

3.2.4.     Maintain the confidentiality incident register;

3.2.5.     Maintain the document classification list so as to enable the identification and inventory of personal information files.

  • It is possible to contact the person responsible for the protection of personal information for any questions related to the application of this Governance Framework for the protection of personal information.

4. Collection of confidential information

  • WORKNSTAY collects personal information notably from customers, visitors to its website, subcontractors and its staff.
  • Generally, WORKNSTAY collects personal information directly from the person concerned and with their consent, unless an exception is provided for by law.
  • Consent may be obtained implicitly in certain situations, for example, when the person decides to voluntarily provide their personal information as part of WORKNSTAY’s activities, such as when hiring or when opening the employee’s file. customer.
  • In all cases, we only collect personal information if we have a valid reason to do so. Furthermore, the collection will only be limited to the necessary information we need to fulfill the intended purpose.
  • Unless otherwise provided by law, we will obtain the consent of the individual concerned before collecting personal information about them from a third party.
  • Considering that we can also collect personal information by technological means, we have adopted a Privacy Policy available HERE .

5. Information communicated when collecting personal information

  • When we collect personal information, we ensure that we inform the person concerned, at the latest at the time of collection:
  • The purposes for which this information is collected;
  • The means by which the information is collected;
  • The obligatory or optional nature of the request;
  • The consequences of a refusal to respond or consent to the request;
  • Rights of access and rectification provided for by law;
  • The possibility of personal information being communicated to third parties, if applicable;
  • Upon request, the data subject is also informed of the personal information collected from them, the categories of people who have access to it within WORKNSTAY and the retention period of this information.

6. Use of personal information

  • WORKNSTAY undertakes to use the personal information in its possession only for the purposes for which it was collected and for which the law authorizes it to use it. However, it may collect, use or disclose it without the consent of the person concerned when this is permitted or required by law.
  • In certain specific circumstances, WORKNSTAY may collect, use or disclose personal information without the person concerned being informed or having given consent. Such circumstances arise in particular when, for legal, medical or security reasons, it is impossible or unlikely to obtain consent, when this use is clearly for the benefit of that person, when this is necessary to prevent or detect a fraud or for any other serious reasons.
  • WORKNSTAY limits the access of staff members only to personal information and knowledge of a personal nature which is necessary for the exercise of their function.

7. GUIDING PRINCIPLES for the protection of personal information

  • Our guiding principles for the protection of personal information are as follows:

7.1.1. We value and respect the Customer data in our possession and we allow our Customers to fully understand how it is used and for what purposes.

7.1.2. We support our employees to understand their data processing responsibilities and respond to our Customers’ requests in a timely and meaningful manner to provide a transparent and efficient experience.

7.1.3. We place our Customers at the heart of all changes and improvements by adopting innovative practices and integrating privacy principles into everything we do.

7.1.4. We collaborate with employees and ensure effective and secure management of Customer data across all our operations to establish and maintain Customer trust.

7.1.5. We make decisions about how Customer data is processed in accordance with legislative obligations, privacy best practices and based on ethical standards.

7.1.6. We take proactive and not reactive measures, preventive and not corrective measures.

7.1.7. We ensure that personal information is systematically protected in computer systems or as part of internal practices, so that Customers do not have to take any action.

7.1.8. Privacy measures should not be an afterthought, but rather be fully integrated elements of the system.

7.1.9. Ensure data lifecycle security by securely storing data and then destroying it when it is no longer useful.

8. MEASURES regarding the protection of confidential information

8.1 To uphold our commitment to the protection of personal information, we focus our efforts on taking the measures described below, which, when combined, provide a comprehensive set of mechanisms to protect your personal information . Responsibility for these mechanisms lies with various WORKNSTAY officials, with the Privacy Officer responsible for fulfilling his mandate and helping WORKNSTAY meet its commitment to the protection of personal information.


1. Program design and delivery

We integrate our Privacy Guiding Principles and the Privacy Principles in the development, operation and management of all programs, processes, solutions and technologies that involve personal information .We take into account the need for effective and timely service delivery and privacy protection to ensure the protection of the most vulnerable sensitive information.

  1. Privacy Policy

We are responsive and transparent in our communications with you to ensure that you are aware of your privacy rights and how we use and manage your personal information, for example through our Privacy Policy.

  1. Authentication

To protect your personal information, we validate the identity of our Customers using: portals or systems, telephone or in-person consultations, login processes or two-factor authentication.

  1. Identity management

We also manage employee credentials to ensure that only authorized employees have access to personal information for authorized purposes.

 

9. Communication of information

    • In principle, WORKNSTAY cannot communicate the personal information it holds about a person without their consent.
    • However, WORKNSTAY may communicate personal information to a third party without the consent of the person concerned when the communication is due to a regulatory or legal requirement or when the law allows it.
    • When exchanging confidential information, we integrate privacy requirements into all communications to facilitate the appropriate handling and protection of personal information.

The main steps to protect personal information are as follows:

1. Third-party service providers and partners

We integrate security and privacy controls and requirements into all of our interactions with third-party service providers.

  1. Data anonymization

We take the necessary measures to anonymize all personal information before communicating the information in order to respect privacy.

  1. Sharing information with authorized third parties

We strive to incorporate the appropriate level of privacy protection measures into all exchanges of information with authorized third parties, such as financial institutions, payment systems and authorized representatives.

10. Internal and external controls

    • WORKNSTAY takes necessary precautions and measures to protect personal information from external and internal threats.
    • The main steps to protect personal information are as follows:
  1. External control

We protect Customers’ personal information from external threats, such as cyber attacks and phishing, by using encryption software, a password manager, and validating multiple data points, such as implementing two-factor authentication.

  1. Internal control

W e protect personal information from insider threats by using automated solutions to detect, trace and verify questionable user transactions in WORKNSTAY systems . For information security purposes, we also implement the principles of minimal access to systems (employees only have access to the information they need to do their jobs), need to know (information is only accessible by those who need it to do their job) and the separation of duties.

  1. Employee awareness

We support our employees in understanding their privacy responsibilities and governance obligations to improve our privacy culture.

  1. Data and records management

We take steps to effectively manage the personal information in our possession in a way that maintains its accuracy, ensures that we use it only in the course of our business, and retains it only as long as necessary and as required by law. applicable.

  1. Privacy Impact Assessment and Personal Information Banks

WORKNSTAY carries out a privacy impact assessment (PIA) for any project involving the acquisition, development and redesign of an information system or electronic delivery of services involving personal information. The assessment of the privacy factors carried out must be proportionate to the sensitivity of the information concerned, the purpose of its use, its quantity, its distribution and its medium.

WORKNSTAY can use the guide developed by the Commission for Access to Information “ Support guide – Carry out an assessment of factors relating to privacy ( www.cai.gouv.qc.ca/documents/CAI_Guide_EFVP_FR.pdf )» to carry out the privacy impact assessment, if applicable.

  1. Compliance audits and reviews

We confirm that personal information is processed in accordance with our privacy obligations and legislative requirements by conducting audits and providing ongoing monitoring.

11. confidentiality incident management

    • WhenWORKNSTAY has reason to believe that a confidentiality incident involving personal information that we hold has occurred, we take reasonable measures to reduce the risk of harm being caused and prevent new incidents of the same nature from occurring. , which may include sanctioning the individuals involved.
    • When the incident presents the risk that serious harm will be caused to the persons whose information is affected, WORKNSTAY notifies in writing:
  • The Commission for Access to Information via the prescribed notice form ( https://www.cai.gouv.qc.ca/documents/CAI_FO_avis_incident_confidentialite.pdf );
  • The person(s) concerned. The notice must provide adequate information on the scope and consequences of the incident. This notice must contain:
    1. A description of the personal information affected by the incident. If this information is not known, the organization must communicate the reason for not being able to provide this description.
    2. A brief description of the circumstances of the incident;
    3. The date or period when the incident took place, or an approximation of this period if not known;
    4. A brief description of the measures taken or planned to reduce the risk of harm being caused following the incident;
    5. The measures proposed to the person concerned in order to reduce the risk of harm being caused to them or to mitigate it;
    6. Contact details of a person or service that the affected person can contact for more information about the incident.
  • WORKNSTAY maintains a register of confidentiality incidents, the content of which is determined by law. The information contained in the confidentiality incident register is kept up to date and retained for a minimum period of five (5) years after the date or period during which WORKNSTAY became aware of the incident.

Ransomware – Specific intervention

  • If the security incident is ransomware, the following steps will be performed:
  • Immediately disconnect devices affected by ransomware from the network;
  • Examine the ransomware and determine how it infected the device;
  • Contact the authorities to report the incident;
  • Once the ransomware is removed, a full system scan will be performed using antivirus or other security software to confirm that it has been removed from the device;
  • If the ransomware cannot be removed from the device, the device will be reset;
  • Before proceeding with the reset, a check will be made to ensure that nothing is infected with malware;
  • If the data is critical and needs to be restored, but cannot be recovered from unaffected backups, decryption tools will be used (for example, those available at nomoreransom.org);
  • WORKNSTAY ‘s policy is not to pay the ransom, subject to the issues involved;
  • Protect systems to prevent further infections by implementing patches to prevent further attacks.

Hacking – Specific intervention

  • If it has been confirmed that an account takeover has occurred, the following steps will be performed:
  • WORKNSTAY customers, employees, subcontractors, suppliers, distributors and partners that they may receive fraudulent emails from us, and specify not to respond to or click on links in these emails.
  • Check if WORKNSTAY still has access to the hacked account. Otherwise, contact platform support to try to regain access.

Change the password used to connect to the hacked platform. If the password is reused elsewhere, it will be changed.

  • Enable two-factor authentication for the platform.
  • Remove non-legitimate logins and devices from login history.

Loss or theft of a device – Specific intervention

  • If it has been confirmed that an equipment loss has occurred, the following steps will be performed:
  • The theft or loss of property, such as a computer, laptop, tablet or mobile device, will be reported immediately to local law enforcement authorities;
  • If the lost or stolen device contained sensitive data and is not encrypted, a sensitivity analysis of the type and volume of data stolen will be performed;
  • If possible, lock and/or disable lost or stolen mobile devices and perform a remote data wipe.

12. Retention of personal information

    • WORKNSTAY retains the personal information it holds for the time necessary to achieve the purposes for which it collected it and in accordance with its retention schedule, unless for a period prescribed by applicable law or regulation.
    • WORKNSTAY ensures the quality of the personal information it holds. In this sense, the personal information retained is up to date, accurate and complete to serve the purposes for which it was collected or used.
    • Constant updating of personal information is not necessary unless justified by the purposes for which the information is collected. However, if the information is to be used for decision-making, it must be up to date at the time of the decision.
    • Depending on the nature of the personal information, it may be stored in our various computer systems or our service providers, or in the storage facilities of our service providers.
    • WORKNSTAY implements security measures so that personal information remains strictly confidential and is protected against loss or theft and against any unauthorized access, communication, copying, use or modification.
    • These security measures may include organizational measures such as restricting access to what is necessary; data backup and archiving using an external system; technological measures such as the use of passwords and encryption (for example, changing passwords frequently).

13. Request for access to personal information

    • Any person who requests it has a right of access to personal information concerning them held by WORKNSTAY, subject to the exceptions provided for by law.
    • A request for communication can only be considered if it is made in writing by a natural person proving their identity as a data subject or as an authorized representative.
    • This request must be addressed to the person responsible for the protection of personal information indicated in our privacy policy. The request must provide sufficient precise information to enable it to be processed. When the request is not sufficiently precise or when a person requests it, the person responsible must provide assistance in identifying the information sought.
    • The person responsible for the protection of personal information must respond in writing to the access request promptly and no later than thirty (30) days from receipt of the request. Failing to respond within thirty (30) days of receipt of the request, the person is deemed to have refused to comply.
    • Access to personal information is free. However, reasonable fees may be charged to the applicant for the transcription, reproduction or transmission of this information. If we intend to charge a fee under the Act and this clause, we will inform the requester of the approximate amount payable, before proceeding with the transcription, reproduction or transmission of this information.
    • The person responsible for the protection of personal information must give reasons for any refusal to comply with a request and indicate the provision of the law on which this refusal is based, the remedies available to the requester under this law and the time limit. in which they can be exercised. He must also provide assistance to the applicant who requests it to help him understand the refusal.
    • We must refuse to communicate to a person personal information concerning him or her when its disclosure would likely reveal personal information about a third party or the existence of personal information about a third party or the existence of such information and that this disclosure would be likely to seriously harm this third party, unless the latter consents to its communication or it is a case of emergency endangering the life, health or safety of the person concerned .
    • We may communicate to the spouse or close relative of a deceased person personal information that we hold concerning that person, if knowledge of this information is likely to help the applicant in their grieving process and the deceased person does not has not recorded in writing its refusal to grant this right of access.
    • Subject to the preceding clause, we must refuse to communicate personal information to the liquidator of the estate, to the beneficiary of life insurance or death compensation, to the heir or successor of the person concerned by this information, unless this communication calls into question the interests and rights of the person requesting it as liquidator, beneficiary, heir or successor.
    • Any interested person may submit to the Commission for Access to Information a request for examination of a disagreement relating to the application of a provision relating to access to personal information.
    • We may ask the Commission for Access to Information to authorize us not to take into account requests which are manifestly abusive in terms of their number, their repetitive or systematic nature or requests which, in the opinion of the Commission, are not consistent with the purpose of the law. We can also ask the Commission to limit the applicant’s request or to extend the deadline within which we must respond.

14. Request for rectification

    • Any person who receives confirmation of the existence of personal information concerning them may, if it is inaccurate, incomplete or ambiguous, or if its collection, communication or retention is not authorized by law, demand that the information be rectified.
    • A natural person who proves his or her identity as a data subject or as an authorized representative may make, in writing, a request for rectification to the person responsible for the protection of personal information, providing sufficient precise information for him or her. allow it to be treated.
    • When granting a request for rectification, WORKNSTAY delivers, free of charge, to the person who made it a copy of any modified or added personal information, or, as the case may be, a certificate of the removal of personal information.
    • Any interested person may submit a request to the Commission for Access to Information to examine a disagreement relating to the application of a provision relating to the rectification of personal information.

15. Destruction of personal information

    • Generally, when the purposes for which personal information was collected or used have been fulfilled, we irreversibly destroy or anonymize it to use it for other purposes.
    • The destruction of original documents containing personal or confidential information is done securely. When we destroy documents containing personal information, we ensure that we take the necessary protective measures to ensure their confidentiality. WORKNSTAY determines the destruction method used based on the sensitivity of the information, the purpose of its use, its quantity, its distribution and its medium.
    • In the event thatWORKNSTAY wishes to destroy the original documents following their digitization, it respects the following conditions: (1) the information contained in the digitized documents has not been altered and has been maintained in its entirety; (2) Digitization as well as the support for storing digitized documents must ensure the stability and durability of the documents. WORKNSTAY chooses a medium or technology on which it stores its documents which allows it to respect these conditions.
    • Here is a list of permanent document destruction techniques that can be used:
Document support Destruction methods
Paper Shredder
Digital media that we want to reuse or recycle

(Example: flash memory card (SD card, XD, etc.) USB sticks, computer hard drive, etc.)

Formatting, rewriting, digital shredding (software that performs secure deletion and writes random information to the location where the deleted file was located)
Non-reusable digital media

(Example: CDs, DVDs, flash memory cards, USB keys and hard drives that will no longer be used )

Physical destruction (shredding, crushing, surface grinding, disintegration, drilling, etc.).

Most shredders will be able to destroy CDs and DVDs.

Demagnetizer for hard drives.

Machines containing hard drives

(Example: photocopier, fax machine, scanner, printer, etc. )

Overwriting information on hard drive or hard drive removed and destroyed when machines are replaced.

16. Scanning procedures

    • The person responsible for digitization:

16.1.1.  Performs physical preparation of documents to be scanned (removes paper clips and staples);

16.1.2.  Scans documents and remains present throughout the process to protect the integrity of the scanned data;

16.1.3.  Performs an exhaustive check of digitized documents to ensure the quantity, quality and integrity of the documents reproduced. It verifies that:

  1. The digitized documents conform to the source documents;
  2. The data is readable and of good quality;
  3. The double-sided has been done correctly, where applicable; if the duplex option left blank pages, it eliminates them;
  4. The documents or pages were scanned in the correct orientation.

16.1.4.  Verifies that the number of documents or pages is correct (if pages are missing, it resumes the entire scanning);

16.1.5.  Renames PDF files according to the established naming convention;

16.1.6.  Saves the PDF file(s) to the appropriate software.

 

17. Complaint handling process related to the protection of personal information

    • Any person concerned by the application of this Governance Framework may lodge a complaint concerning the application of this Governance Framework or, more generally, concerning the protection of their personal information by WORKNSTAY.

Receipt of the complaint

  • Any person who wishes to make a complaint relating to the application of this Framework or, more generally, to the protection of their personal information by WORKNSTAY must do so in writing by contacting the person responsible for the protection of personal information identified at clause 16 hereof.
  • The person must indicate their name, contact details, including a telephone number, as well as the subject and reasons for their complaint, giving sufficient detail so that it can be assessed by the person in charge. If the complaint made is not sufficiently precise, the person responsible for the protection of personal information may request any additional information that he or she deems necessary to be able to evaluate the complaint.

Complaint handling

  • WORKNSTAY undertakes to treat any complaints received confidentially.
  • The complaint is processed within a reasonable time. The person responsible for the protection of personal information must evaluate the complaint and provide a reasoned written response to the complainant.
  • Complaints that are frivolous, defamatory, or have no obvious basis may be dismissed. In such a situation, justification will be provided to the complainant.
  • Within 30 days following receipt of the complaint or following receipt of all additional information deemed necessary and required by the person responsible for the protection of personal information in order to process it, the latter must evaluate it and provide a reasoned written response. by email, to the complainant.
  • This assessment will aim to determine whether the processing of personal information by WORKNSTAY complies with this Framework in place within the organization and the applicable legislation or regulations.
  • In the event that the complaint cannot be processed within this period, the complainant must be informed of the reasons justifying the extension of the deadline, the progress of the processing of his complaint and the reasonable time necessary to be able to provide him with a final answer.
  • The person responsible for the protection of personal information will propose appropriate solutions to resolve the complaint as quickly as possible. Solutions may include corrective action, financial compensation, or any other action necessary to satisfactorily resolve the complaint.
  • Once the complaint is resolved, the person responsible for the protection of personal information will provide a written response to the complainant summarizing the measures taken and the solutions proposed.
  • It is also possible to file a complaint with the Commission d’access à l’information du Québec or any other supervisory body regarding the protection of personal information responsible for the application of the law concerned by the subject of the complaint.

 

Complaint file

  • WORKNSTAY must create a separate file for each complaint addressed to it under this complaint handling procedure. Each file contains the complaint, the analysis and documentation supporting its evaluation, as well as the written response sent to the complainant.

18. de-indexing of personal information

    • The purpose of this procedure is to provide a structured mechanism to manage requests to de-index personal information in order to limit its visibility.
    • This procedure covers all information published on our online platforms, including our website, mobile applications, databases or any other digital media used by WORKNSTAY.

 

Procedure

  • Anyone can submit their deindexing request through specific channels such as the online form available on the WORKNSTAY website, the dedicated email address or telephone number.
  • Before processing the request, the identity of the individual will be reasonably verified. This verification may be done in particular, but not limited to, by requesting additional information or by verifying the identity of the individual by transmitting identity documents. If the identity of the requester cannot be satisfactorily verified, WORKNSTAY may refuse to comply with the deindexing request.
  • WORKNSTAY will carefully review the requests and the personal information involved to determine their eligibility for de-indexing.
  • There are also perfectly valid reasons why WORKNSTAY might refuse to de-index personal information, for example:

18.6.1.  To continue to provide goods and services to that person;

18.6.2.  For reasons of legislative or regulatory requirement;

18.6.3.  For legal reasons in the event of a dispute.

  • WORKNSTAY will take the necessary steps to de-index personal information in accordance with de-indexing requests deemed admissible.
  • Any delays or problems encountered during the processing of requests will be communicated to the requester.
  • All requests for de-indexing of personal information, as well as the actions taken to respond to them, will be recorded in a dedicated tracking system. This system will indicate details of deindexing requests, dates of requests, decisions taken, measures put in place and results.

19. Entry into force and revision

    • This Governance Framework is approved by the person responsible for the protection of personal information.
    • It is complementary to our Privacy Policy. The Framework enters into force on the date of its approval. It remains in effect as long as it is not repealed, modified or replaced by another Governance Framework.
    • This Governance Framework may be updated periodically based on changes in our practices and measures regarding the protection of personal information. It is your responsibility to periodically review our Governance Framework to stay informed of our up-to-date practices.
    • The revised Governance Framework will be posted on our website and the date of the last update is indicated at the bottom hereof. Changes will be effective immediately upon posting on our website.

(Latest version of this Governance Framework: as of February 27, 2024)

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