12 Abr Sub Processing Agreement Template
8.2 With the termination of the contract between the customer and a processing manager, Wolters Kluwer will immediately delete or return all personal data to the customer or the party designated by the customer at the customer`s choice, at the customer`s request, no later than 60 days after the termination of the contract between the customer and the person in charge of the processing , to the extent that the parties have agreed to a further delay. Personal data available electronically is also transmitted electronically, at the customer`s request, in accordance with the customer`s instructions, provided it is reasonable. The customer is responsible for the fact that the customer`s requests to Wolters Kluwer, in accordance with this sub-number 8.2, are made in accordance with the instructions of the processing managers. If a processing manager is required to directly submit the instructions of this sub-number 8.2 to Wolters Kluwer for the processing of his personal data, Wolters Kluwer must follow these instructions. Wolters Kluwer may delete existing copies of personal data after the aforementioned deadline has expired, unless current Swedish or European legislation requires anything different. The agreement means «data exporter» as the «data manager.» The processing manager must conduct a data protection impact assessment before any new risk management project. The transformer is required to provide assistance when needed. 8.2 The subcontractor determines the appropriate state of technical and organizational measures. In determining this provision, the subcontractor must take into account, in particular, the risks associated with treatment, i.e.
the risk of acci-dental or unlawful destruction, loss, modification, unauthorized disclosure or disclosure of personal data that have been transferred, stored or otherwise processed. As with any contract, it is advisable to define the jurisdiction in which disputes over the agreement are settled (the «right to power»). Although the RGPD applies in all EU countries (with some minor differences), contractual laws can be very different in countries where the person in charge and the data processor are established. 5.1 The handling of the personal data of Wolters Kluwer`s handling of the sub-treatment agreement is a matter of confidentiality provisions of the agreement. The subcontractor must ensure that «those authorized to process personal data are committed to confidentiality.» Note that this is not the same as a confidentiality agreement. It is primarily in place to protect the interests of the individuals involved, not data processors or controllers. That`s where your data processing agreement comes in. Let`s take a look at what you need to include in this agreement to make sure it meets the requirements of the RGPD. (ii) any other correspondence, request or complaint received from a person, regulator or other third party concerned in the processing of the data. In the event that such a request, correspondence, request or complaint is directly addressed to the data processor, the data manager must inform the data manager immediately.