The DSB is not personally responsible for compliance with data protection. As a controller or processor, it is your responsibility to comply with the GDPR. Nevertheless, the DSB clearly plays a crucial role in helping to fulfill your organization`s data protection commitments. The DPA does not apply to other Unify products, sites or services online or offline. With respect to Unify Cloud Services, this DPA takes precedence over any other existing data processing agreement or similar agreement between Unify and the customer that may already exist for other products, websites or services. 4.1.11 Notification to recipients of personal data of rectification, erasure or personal protection or restriction of processing: Unify does not transmit personal data for any purpose other than the processing necessary for the provision of unify cloud services (see section 8). To the extent that the customer transmits personal data to a recipient, for example: By connecting Unify Cloud Services to other cloud services for the transfer of personal data via circuit interfaces outside Circuit, the customer is obliged to inform these recipients of requests for rectification or erasure of disclosed personal data by data subjects or of a restriction of processing. Measures for the transport, transmission, transmission or storage of personal data on media (manual or electronic) and subsequent verification: on the other hand, an authority could appoint its existing FOI/Records manager as DSB. There is no conflict of interest, as these roles aim to ensure that information rights are respected instead of making decisions about the purposes of the processing. While it is not mandatory for your organization to appoint an FG, you can still choose to do so voluntarily. It can even be very useful and riskier to hire someone outside or to recruit staff who specialize in the protection of personal data.

The purpose of the separation check is to ensure that data collected for different purposes can be processed separately. Measures relating to the subsequent verification of whether and by whom data has been entered, modified or deleted: in principle, this means that the DSB cannot take a position within your organisation to determine the purposes and means of the processing of personal data. At the same time, the DSB should not be expected to manage competing objectives that could lead data protection to play a minor role in relation to commercial interests. The customer is solely responsible for where he downloads the customer`s personal data during the use of the services. CloudAccess.net has servers in secure data centers around the world, some of which are located outside the EU and EEA. The services allow the customer to select the data center region during the checkout process as well as through the customer portal of the cloud control panel. . .

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