Docusign Data Processing Agreement

Docusign Data Processing Agreement

(f) at the request of the data exporter, to present its data processing services for the review of processing activities covered by the clauses, carried out by the data exporter or by a supervisory body composed of independent members and holding the required professional qualifications, which are bound by a confidentiality obligation, possibly selected by the data exporter in agreement with the supervisory authority; A. Time and purpose of data processing. The duration of data processing applies to the time it takes to print the respective service agreement and/or the DocuSign signature schedule between the data exporter and the DocuSign unit, to which these contractual clauses are attached (“DocuSign”). The goal of data processing is the performance of DocuSign Signature. b) to refer the dispute to the courts of the Member State in which the data extract is established. The EU has some of the strictest and strictest data export requirements in the world. EU data protection legislation prohibits the transfer of personal data from the European Economic Area (EEA) to countries outside the EEA that do not guarantee an “adequate level of data protection”. The binding business rules (BBCRs) are a legitimate and ideal export mechanism for multinationals. Considered a gold standard for data protection, BBCRs are a strict set of rules for family members of companies.

BDRs are recognised under the RGPD as a mechanism to protect the privacy and fundamental rights and freedoms of European people and allow the legal transmission of data outside the EEA. For more information, see Binding Corporate Rules and DocuSign. 4. Information security. DocuSign will protect personal data through appropriate organizational and technical measures, as described in more detail in the docuSign Signature ( service plan and, if the parties execute, Schedule 2 of CSC clients. In accordance with the terms of the above service plan, DocuSign provides all the information necessary to demonstrate compliance with the RGPD and assists the customer in audits carried out by the client or by the client`s designated accounts legal controller. (d) “subcontractor”: any subcontractor who has intervened by the data importer or any other subcontractor of the data importer and who agrees to receive personal data from the data importer or other subcontractor intended exclusively for processing activities carried out on behalf of the data exporter after the transfer, in accordance with the instructions, terms of the terms and conditions of the written subcon contract; In accordance with Article 33, paragraph 2, of the RGPD, the subcontractor (DocuSign) will inform the person in charge of the processing (client) “immediately” after learning of a breach of personal data. If you have launched a subscription before November 19, 2019, your use of DocuSign services will be subject to the conditions here: 2.1 Computer restrictions and regulatory investigation.

With respect to personal data processed by DocuSign or DocuSign Affiliate as a subcontractor on behalf of the customer or customer or as a subcontract, when the customer processes this personal data on behalf of his or her customers (or both), DocuSign: (a) only processes personal data as required to provide services in accordance with the terms of the agreement or in writing by the customer; (b) not disclosing personal data to third parties, unless: (i) staff members, service providers or consultants who must be aware of personal data and who are at least as restrictive as those described in the agreement or (ii) are required to comply with a valid judicial procedure in accordance with the provisions of the agreement; and (c) in the event of notification to DocuSign, provide appropriate support to the client in the case of an investigation by the public authorities, if and to the extent that such an investigation relates to the personal data processed by DocuSign in accordance with

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