Data Sharing Agreement Joint Controllers

7.2 With respect to shared personal data, Part 1 ensures that all information relating to the protection of personal data is clear and provides the individuals concerned with sufficient information to understand what personal data the parties are transmitting, under what circumstances they are shared, the purpose of sharing and either the identity of the part with which the shared personal data is shared, or a description of the type of organization that receives the shared personal data. An assessment of legitimate interests is a three-step test to determine whether you really have a legitimate interest in processing, the need for treatment to achieve your legitimate interest and whether the rights and freedoms of the individuals concerned outweigh your interest, in which case you could not invoke the legitimate interests of the treatment and you should obtain the consent of the persons concerned. You will find a legitimate interest assessment form in my RGPD compliance package, which you can access in the event of termination of the contract with www.suzannedibble.com/gdprpack standard data processing guidelines made available from time to time by the data manager, or (at the data manager`s expense) in a format defined by the data processor, personal data and copies of the data, if the law is not required to retain personal data; and (iv) to ensure that only staff required to implement the agreement have access to personal data and that all staff who have access to and/or processing personal data are required to keep personal data confidential; (iv) the provision of all records, protocols, files, data reports and other relevant material necessary to comply with data protection legislation or, as is otherwise, reasonably necessary; and (iii) do not transmit personal data outside the European Economic Area unless the prior written consent of the processing manager and the following conditions are met: (i) data processing and processing officials have provided appropriate safeguards with regard to the transfer; (ii) the person concerned has enforceable rights and effective remedies; (iii) the data processor complies with its obligations under data protection legislation by providing an adequate level of protection for all personal data transmitted; and (iv) the processing of personal data complies with instructions given to it in advance by the data manager regarding the processing of personal data; 7.1 Part 2 and Part 1 receive all additional information directly required by the person concerned and both parties acquire all this information in accordance with data protection legislation; and Part 1 is responsible for transmitting, if necessary, a statement of data protection to the persons concerned. Such data protection information can be found at www.onlinescr.co.uk ii) to ensure that it has appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect against the unauthorized or illicit processing of personal data, the accidental loss or destruction of personal data, and damage to personal data. These measures must be appropriate: (a) damage that could result from unauthorized or unlawful processing or accidental loss, destruction or deterioration of personal data; and b) the nature of the data to be protected, given the state of technological progress and the cost of implementing any measures (these measures may include, Where appropriate, the pseudonymization and encryption of personal data, the guarantee of confidentiality, the integrity, availability and resilience of their systems and services, the assurance that the availability and access to personal data can be restored in a timely manner after an incident, and the periodic evaluation and evaluation of the effectiveness of the technical and organizational measures they have

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