Processor Sub Processor Agreement Gdpr
The above-mentioned RGPD obligations do not really leave room for negotiation in the development of a data processing agreement. Therefore, to protect the data manager, the data processor and other subprocessors, it is important to be familiar with the RGPD and to ensure that your contracts accurately reflect the requirements. 1.1 This agreement to collect, store and use documents and information (hereafter referred to as the “processing contract”) was signed by Wolters Kluwer and is required to ensure that only staff who require direct access to personal data to meet Wolters Kluwer`s obligations under this sub-performance agreement have access to personal data. Wolters Kluwer ensures that these staff are bound by an appropriate confidentiality agreement. (d) “subcontractor”: any subcontractor that is activated by the data importer or another subcontract of the data importer and agrees to receive personal data from the data importer or other subcontractor exclusively for processing activities carried out on behalf of the data exporter after the transfer in accordance with the importer`s instructions. , the terms of the clauses and the terms of the written subcontracting; In order to ensure that the subcontract remains legible, it is possible to include the RGPD obligations listed above in an appropriate annex. In addition to its contractual obligations to the processing manager, a subcontractor has certain direct responsibilities under the RGPD. If a subcontractor fails to meet its obligations or acts outside or against the instructions of the processing officer, it may pay damages in court proceedings or be fined or other sanctions or remedies. Contracts between processing managers and subcontractors ensure that they understand their obligations, responsibilities and commitments. Contracts also help them comply with the RGPD and help officials demonstrate compliance with individuals and regulators.