Data Processing Agreements
Keeping personal data safe and compliant
If you’re processing data on behalf of someone else (or if you have others processing data on your behalf), you will need a Data Processing Agreement (also known as a DPA or a GDPR data processing agreement).
Don’t be fooled into thinking they are all standard – it’s important to know where your obligations lie. Fortunately, our data protection team are here to help you.
Examples of when a data processing agreement is needed
Onboarding customers to your platform
Customers may put pressure on your business during the onboarding process and ask you questions around data when doing their due diligence.
Refresh your terms of business to include processing clauses to make sure you stay GDPR compliant.
How to get started
Who this can affect
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