Article 35, paragraph 7, provides that a data protection impact analysis defines the purpose of the treatment and a systematic description of the proposed treatment. A systematic description of a complete DPIA may include factors such as the nature of the data processed, the length of data stays, where the data is located and transmitted, and third parties who may have access to the data. In addition, the DPIA should include: To prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), please consult the resources available www.microsoft.com/gdpr. For this topic, see FAQ . 3.3 The data of the processing manager is processed and stored in accordance with the EU‘s general data protection regulation and in accordance with the provisions of this agreement. 8.2 The data processor may not disclose data to third parties without the written consent of the processor, unless such disclosure is the result of or stipulated by legislation or a binding request from a judicial or data protection authority. 12.1 The data processor must treat personal data confidentially and therefore has the right to use personal data only as part of the performance of its rights and obligations under this Agreement. 8.1 The processing manager guarantees the legal authority to process personal data within the scope of this Agreement. 1.2.2 Inventory data (may be deactivated): Basic hardware data, operating system, user and computer domain and organizational unit, installed software, local administrators‘ accounts, computer and user groups and current IP address I am looking for a data processor agreement, since we use Office 365 and are located in Sweden.
May 25: E the new RGPD comes into effect and, until then, we need an absence signed with Microsoft. 15.1 Responsibility for data protection violations or this Agreement is dealt with in accordance with applicable data protection provisions if contractual agreements for the underlying services do not contain specific liability provisions. 14.2 The categories of people involved in personal data are primarily users and staff of the processing manager.