In this video, Mandy Huth reviews Article 28 of the GDPR. Learn about the primary responsibilities of a data processor, such as security measures, subprocessors, model clauses, and the scope of the data.
- [Instructor] GDPR has 99 articles.…Article 28 is important to understand…because it outlines the specific tasks a data processor…is responsible for in that role.…There are four primary responsibilities…outlined in article 28.…The first is to implement security measures.…How this is implemented depends on the nature…of the data and how it is being handled.…These can be technical measures…or they can be process based.…Next, is the use of subprocessors.…
This happens when a processor outsources some part…or all of the data processing to a third party.…A subprocessor is bound by the same data protection…obligations set out in the processors…contract with the controller.…The explicit consent of the controller…is required in order to be lawful.…Further, an additional contract is put in place for…subprocessors with the appropriate clauses that apply.…The third tenant is that the processor must ensure there…is a contract in place with the controller.…
Some components to include in the contract should be whose…data is being processed, categories of data subjects,…
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