GDPR - your contracts with third parties

The GDPR requires compulsory contracts between data controllers and data processors to include certain specific clauses to make the responsibilities of each party clear. You will need to consider these requirements for all of your relationships with third party organisations who process your clients' personal data on your behalf and actively review your existing contracts to ensure that they comply with GDPR requirements.

As a data controller your firm is liable for its compliance with the GDPR and must only appoint data processors who can provide ‘sufficient guarantees’ that the GDPR requirements will be met, including protection of the rights of your clients (the data subjects).

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