As the classification of RGPD entities is relative, subcontractors enter into agreements with the organization that hires it as a processor and the recruitment organization as a controller. Each entity is then subject to the requirements of these types of businesses. This also applies if your provider hires its own third-party provider to process your data without your explicit consent and consent. In the past, organizations have sometimes been able to transfer some responsibility for data breaches to their third parties, if not any liability (especially in cases of breach of payment data). Organizations pass on personal data to third parties at any time, but can they be trusted? For example, a third-party CRM (Customer Relationship Management) provider that stores your customers` contact information is part of your own RGPD compliance. 3. Subprocessor (i.e. part four): Although there is no official RGPD term, the subprocessing is a term widely used in practice. A subprocessor is an entity that performs processing operations on behalf of the processor. A third party performs activities that have an explicit or tacit agreement with an organization for commercial purposes.
Under the agreement, companies give third parties the power and legal authority to act on their behalf. In this context, third parties are simply extensions of controllers and primary organizations; Therefore, compliance with the RGPD is an organic step in maximizing the effectiveness of all provisions under the regulation. The RGPD stipulates that those responsible for processing are legally responsible for all acts of an applicable subcontractor, so that any non-compliance by the subcontractor results in non-compliance by the person in charge of the treatment. This form of shared responsibility is important and is a concept that companies should follow in developing their RGPD compliance initiatives. In other words, it must clearly cover the scope and purpose of processing the data you pass to third parties. As you may know, this site is run by the encrypted messaging provider ProtonMail (and funded in part by the European Union`s Horizon 2020 programme). As part of our RGPD compliance efforts, we have made our own data processing agreements available to all our users for download, control and signature. In light of the above, it can be concluded with caution that, although the RGPD processor is certainly not subject to the definition of a third party within the CCAC, there may be situations in which a person or organization, particularly a service provider who is not a third party under the CCAC , would nevertheless be one-third under the RGPD, depending on the extent of the independence and discretionary treatment of personal data to provide services that are the contract.