Nlt Ico Agreement

ASC means that it has been expressly and freely given, concretely, informed and clearly information about the wishes of the person with whom it means, or by a clear positive measure, consent to the processing of personal data that concerns it. Individual consent may be revoked at any time. All of our data publishers and third parties who work with or for ASC and who have or may have access to the personal data of ASC colleagues and clients must read, understand and respect this policy. No third party may access ASC`s personal data without having entered into an agreement or prior contract with us. The contract or contract must include data protection obligations. There must be a clause in the agreement or contract that gives ASC the right to verify compliance. Colleagues are required to ensure that all personal data that ASC possesses and is responsible for is kept safely and is not transmitted to third parties under certain conditions, unless that third party has been expressly authorized by ASC to receive this information and has entered into a written agreement. . 3.8 ASC colleagues and clients are responsible for ensuring that all personal data provided to ASC is accurate and up-to-date. 3.4 The Data Protection Delegate, whom the NLT considers to be duly qualified and experienced, is responsible for ASC`s day-to-day compliance with this directive and, in particular, is directly responsible for ASP`s compliance with the RGPD, as well as all other ASC managers with respect to data processing in their area of expertise.

ASC colleagues must ensure that personal data is not passed on to unauthorized third parties, including family members, friends, government agencies and, in certain circumstances, the police. Colleagues are trained to exercise caution when asked to pass on personal data through another person to third parties, and they may degenerate into the data protection delegate. It is important to consider whether disclosure of information is relevant and necessary for the execution of ASC`s operations or whether the information is required by law. . . . Appropriate controls are selected and implemented to reduce the level of risk associated with the processing of individual data to an acceptable level to ensure compliance with the RGPD. CPIs must be completed in accordance with the DPIA directive and procedure on the intranet. . 8.6 Personal data must be treated in a manner that ensures the security policy and procedure for notifying personal data of PNCPps in all cases.

. 3.6 The Data Protection Delegate has special tasks relating to procedures such as the directive and the procedure for accessing the subject and is the first for colleagues who are trying to clarify all aspects of data protection compliance. . 8.8 Personal data can only be transferred to a country which, in the opinion of the European Commission, has an adequate level of protection for personal data (authorized countries). Otherwise, personal data can only be transferred outside the EU, where the Information Commissioner certifies that there are appropriate safeguards or that standard contractual clauses are used or that they are subject to exceptions. 8.8.3 In the absence of adequacy decision, appropriate guarantees or acceptance of standard contractual clauses, the transfer of personal data to a third country is only carried out under one of the following conditions: .