Customer Data Sharing Agreement

Customer data is stored and processed on client-controlled servers. The SuperOffice Consultant connects to the client`s computers/servers via a clean computer or computer. Data and systems are accessible in real time and customer data is not copied to a device that is not accepted and controlled by the customer. Data exchange agreements are complex legal documents. However, these agreements can not only prevent chaotic situations in the event of a data breach, but also contribute to the protection of personal data, which is the central objective of the RGPD. Talend Metadata Manager can help them semantically capture these data-sharing agreements, as well as track and track the location and movement of physical data in a data landscape. Data exchange agreements must require the subcontractor to have the appropriate infrastructure and systems to protect the personal data of the individuals concerned. This includes recording all processing activities, and the institution “forgets” all data after the contract is concluded – or if the subject is forgotten. 2.5 Sharing personal data is necessary to support the objectives agreed upon by both parties: this partnership raises questions such as: “If there is a breach of personal data, who is responsible?” The subcontractor has the right to use subcontractors and the customer accepts the use of subcontractors.

A list of pre-approved subprocessors is available in the SuperOffice Trust Center. The subcontractor ensures, in writing, that a subcontractor processing personal data by subcontractors is subject to the same obligations and restrictions as those imposed on the subcontractor under this data processing agreement. To address these and other relevant issues, the RGPD stresses the need for data exchange agreements. As an alternative to the return of personal data (or other data), the processing manager may, at his sole discretion, order in writing to the subcontractor that all or part of the personal data (or other data) is erased by the subcontractor, unless the binding law prevents the subcontractor from erasing the personal data. A data-sharing agreement is an agreement between a party with useful data (the Discloser) and a party that searches for data for research on (the recipient) under which the public agrees to share its data with the recipient. These could be two universities that agree to share data for research cooperation, one or more private companies active in research or development, and even a government agency working with a private agency.

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