Sap Cloud Data Processing Agreement

For the purposes of Article 26(2) of Directive 95/46/EC, for the transfer of personal data to processors established in third countries which do not ensure an adequate level of data protection The data importer provides services and assistance or fulfils contractual obligations towards data exporters, as described in individual contracts or an order for services referring to this MDPA. Such services may include the processing of personal data by the data importer or the provision by the data importer of maintenance and support services on systems that may contain personal data. Persons authorised to use a data processing system shall only have access to the data to which they have the right to access and personal data may not be read, copied, modified or deleted without authorisation during processing. It must be possible to verify a posteriori and to determine whether and by whom personal data have been entered, modified or deleted in data processing systems. The personal data transmitted are subject to processing activities, as described in the contracts or an order for services referring to this MDPA. The data exporter uses the services provided by the data importer. Such services may include the processing of personal data by the data importer or the provision by the data importer of maintenance and support services on systems that may contain personal data. The details are defined in the service contracts, in particular in specific annexes to the “description of the data protection service”. Paul has been a remarkable technical force at EPI-USE Labs for many years.

As the UDC of ALM products, its portfolio includes system landscape optimization and its hands-on experience in implementing Data Sync Manager and helping customers manage data across the full range of their SAP landscapes is unique. He has specific knowledge of data security and the impact of the GDPR (the General Data Protection Regulation) on companies that operate SAP. Personal data processed on behalf shall be processed exclusively in accordance with the sub-processing contract and the service plan and instructions of the data exporter, the data importer and the coordinator. Personal data is protected against accidental or unauthorized disclosure, destruction or loss. The internal organisation of the data importer must comply with the specific data protection requirements. In particular, the data importer shall take technical and organisational measures to avoid accidental mixing of personal data. Unless it is necessary for the provision of services under the service contract, personal data may not be read, copied, modified or withdrawn without authorisation during the transfer or storage, and it is necessary to determine to whom personal data has been transmitted. With regard to these scenarios, the tables at the end of the various technical and organisational measures described below indicate the responsibility of the data importer (fields marked with an “X”). . .

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