Data Protection Policy

1. Introduction

We are under an obligation to protect the confidentiality, integrity and accessibility of your data, including information assets, client information and your personal datawhenever and wherever they are created, processed, transmitted or storedWe maintain effective governance and ongoing compliance with applicable domestic and international regulatory standards.


We view the protection of your data as fundamental components of doing business. We are committed to protecting your data and continuously working on ensuring compliance with applicable data protection legislation, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


Our mission is to protect the information assets of our organization and clients from unauthorized collection, retention, use, disclosure, modification, or destruction. This is accomplished through appropriate policies, standards, procedures, guidelines, technological and administrative controls, and ongoing training and awareness efforts.


The GDPR is Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation that came into force on 25 May 2018. It imposes a single set of rules for the protection of personal data across the EU. Many of the GDPR’s principles are the same as those in the previous EU Data Protection Directive; however, the GDPR introduced new elements and enhanced the rights of individuals in the EU regarding personal data.
The GDPR applies to Unison Mining Consulting Pte Ltd. and its entities outside of the EU to the extent that 1) they provide services directly to individuals in the EU or 2) they monitor the behaviour of individuals in the EU.
We closely analysed the requirements of the GDPR and implemented the required changes to bring its services in compliance by 25 May 2018, including updating client contracts and templates where appropriate.
Our data protection framework is based on the principles of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It addresses the issues raised by modern data management tools and systems. We apply a common set of personal data management principles to all members in our organization, providing a framework for processing personal data in compliance with GDPR, local privacy laws, and professional standards as well as their own internal policies.
Our data protection framework is based on the following principles:

Under the GDPR, the responsibilities of the parties involved in data processing activities differ depending on their role. Unison Mining Consulting Pte Ltd. can play two main roles:

  1. a controller (the organization that determines the purposes and means of the processing), or
  2. a processor (the organization that processes personal data on behalf of the controller).

For the majority of services that we provide to the client, we will be a controller because it exercises its own independent professional judgment, has a degree of knowledge and autonomy in the performance of its work, and acts in accordance with its statutory, regulatory and professional obligations, rather than on the instructions of the client.


The fact that Unison Mining Consulting Pte Ltd. generally acts as a controller in providing services to clients does not give us the unlimited right to process client data in any manner or for any purpose. Even when they act as data controllers, we must always process client data consistent with the law, professional standards, and applicable client engagement agreement.

3. Your rights as a data subject

As a data subject, you have certain rights pursuant to the General Data Protection Regulation. Your rights may be summarised as follows:

  1. The right of access by the data subject. You have the right to gain access to the personal data concerning you that we process.
  2. The right to have incorrect personal data rectified. You have the right to have incorrect personal data about yourself rectified without undue delay.
  3. The right to have personal data erased. You have the right to have your personal data erased at an earlier point in time than when our ordinary erasure takes place, where appropriate.
  4. The right to restriction of data processing. You have the right to restrict our processing of your personal data, where appropriate. In such cases, we may only process your data with your consent or in some very specific situations as outlined in the General Data Protection Regulation. 
  5. The right to object to personal data processing. In such cases, we may only process your personal data if we are able to demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for doing so.
  6. The right to data portability. You have the right to receive your personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format. You may also request that we transmit your personal data to another data controller without hindrance.
  7. The right to opt-out. This site is being monitored by one or more third-party monitoring software(s), and may capture information about your visit that will help us improve the quality of our service. You may opt-out from the data that is collecting on your visit through a universal consumer options page located at


When we process personal data based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. Please contact us to withdraw consent for our processing of your personal data.


Changes to this data protection policy

We acknowledge that transparency is an ongoing responsibility. Therefore, we will continually review and update this data protection policy in order to ensure our compliance with applicable personal data laws from time to time.


The data protection policy was updated in May 2020.

4. Contact

Please contact us if you would like to exercise your rights as described above, or if you have questions about our processing of your personal data or this data protection policy.

1395 Brickell Ave,
Miami, FL 33131
United States.


Phone: +1-720-619-0464


5. Complaints

We understand the importance of taking appropriate steps to safeguard information assets and are committed to protecting information relating to our clients. If you have any questions, require further information on the ways in which we protect you and your business or If you wish to complain about our processing of personal data, please send an email with the details of your complaint to We will handle your complaint and get back to you.

6. Statutory Rules

The applicable statutory rules for our processing of your personal data may be found in: