Data Maps – We`ve created comprehensive data maps that track personal data flows in our systems and services Every company is unique and your obligations to comply with the DMPN depend on many factors, including how you collect, use and share data about your employees and customers. You must make an assessment based on your individual circumstances. In order for you to be able to assess whether our services are for you, We advise you to check: 5.1 The terms “controller,” “processor,” “person concerned,” “personal data (also referred to as personal data in the agreement) and “processing” (and “process”) have the specified meaning in the 2016/679 Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council on the Protection of Personal Persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation). The details of the transmission and, if applicable, the specific categories of personal data are included in Appendix 1, which is an integral part of the clauses. (g) forward to the data protection authority any notification from the data importer or subcontractor in paragraph 5, paragraph b), and in paragraph 8, paragraph 3, when the exporter decides to continue the transfer or lift the suspension; Transferred personal data is subject to the following essential processing activities (precise) 😀 (e) personal data are subject to the essential processing activities covered by Schedule 1 of the data protection authority. 2.4. Processing Confidentiality: Intuit ensures that anyone who authorizes it to process customer data (including Intuit employees, representatives and subcontractors) (an “authorized person”) is subject to a strict obligation (whether contractual or legal) and that it does not authorize any person to process customer data that is not subject to such a duty of confidentiality. Intuit ensures that all agents only process customer data as required for authorized purposes.