The RGPD provides for joint treatment managers to enter into an agreement clearly stating their respective responsibilities for compliance with the RGPD, including the rights of those affected. While there is no mention of a written agreement between the co-leaders, it is worth reaching an agreement, as it helps to meet the essential requirements for transparency and accountability. Companies share all kinds of data for all kinds of reasons. However, if this data is personal data, special attention must be given. In some cases, a processing manager shares the data with another manager (unlike deleging the processing to a data editor). This will help reduce risk and clarify how data can (and can) be used, especially when sharing is systematic, contains detailed information or contains specific category data. Sharing controller processors is most common when a controller uses a service that includes processing or storing personal data. (C) The parties are working to implement a data processing agreement in line with the requirements of the current legal framework for data processing and the 2016/679 European Parliament and Council 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals in the processing of personal data and the free movement of personal data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation). The subcontractor should be able to demonstrate to the handler an approach to information security, expertise, reliability, resources, adherence to principles and enable individuals to exercise their rights in accordance with the requirements of the RGPD. This helps the controller assess whether sufficient safeguards have been met. Accurate evaluation of data transfer to a processor, common controller or other independent controller is essential, as the type of agreement you need to make varies depending on the nature of the other party.
If in doubt, seek legal advice. While the conditions are binding on the subcontractor, it is essential that the processing manager guarantees the existence of a written contract, since he is responsible for processing in accordance with the data protection rules. 126.96.36.199 the transfer of personal data from the company by a contract subcontractor to a subcontractor or between two branches of a commercial subcontractor, at least where such transmission would be prohibited by data protection legislation (or by the conditions of data transfer agreements put in place to impose restrictions on data protection); In the above example of PAYE information sharing with HMRC, it would not be necessary to have a written contract with income. Since this is a legal obligation for employers, the purpose and use of data is already clearly defined by law and there is little that can be changed. Therefore, if personal data is used for identical or combined purposes, it may be common caregivers. This is a distinction with independent controllers who can share data with each other, but separately determine how that data is used.