Vendor Data Protection Agreement

In some scenarios, the responsibility for ensuring technical and organizational measures may not be the sole responsibility of the data importer. For example, to the extent that the importer provides services exclusively to data exporters and/or data exporters and/or other relevant officials, or where services are provided exclusively in the data exporter`s and/or data export affiliate`s and other relevant officials, the data importer cannot control all of these measures. The following table describes the typical scenarios for the provision of services: sites where personal data is processed by provider 8. The data protection impact assessment and the subcontractor in the event of a pre-consultation provide the company with appropriate support in all data protection impact assessments and prior consultations with supervisory authorities or other relevant data protection authorities, that the company considers reasonably necessary under section 35 or 36 of the RGPD or equivalent provisions of another data protection law, in any event exclusively with respect to the handling of the company`s personal data by contract subcontractors and given the nature of the processing and information available to contract processors. If you are a contractor subject to the RGPD, it is in your best interest to have a data processing agreement: it is first required for RGPD compliance, but the privacy policy also gives you assurance that the data processor you are using is qualified and competent. As stated in recital 81: For more details, you can read the ProtonMail data processing agreement or check the generic model for data processing that we have made available on this site. Including, but not limited to what the data importer owes: personal data processed by the provider includes data transmitted by the customer, its related businesses or end-users through the services, are registered, sent or received, such as Z.B. identifiers, first names and usernames, work contact data, location data, gender or title, age or date of birth, event participation, email, textual information used in documents and document titles, description and other metadata, text and images displayed by the Service, “customer data” that are stored, sent, sent or received by the customer, his or her related business or the end user. Customer data may also contain personal data sent by the customer to suppliers and/or associated companies of the vendor or otherwise made available if the customer uses vendor affiliate solutions. “customer personal data,” the personal data contained in the customer`s data, as described in Schedule 1. (B) The company wishes to provide the data processor with certain services that involve the processing of personal data. Unrestricted or altering the pre-meeting, The provider does not www.verizonmedia.com/policies/us/en/verizonmedia/terms/vendor/networksecurity/index.html specific organisational and technical security measures in the network`s information security conditions, except that the provider has not informed law enforcement authorities, government authorities and/or supervisory authorities (including supervisory authorities) of a breach of personal data with respect to Section 3(3) (i) (i) (i) (i) network security conditions, to the extent that the law is not excluded, law enforcement authorities, government authorities and/or supervisory authorities (including supervisory authorities), until Verizon Media gives written consent to the supplier`s notification (if so).