EU Model Contract Clauses

The EU Model Contract Clauses are designed to facilitate transfers of personal data from the European Economic Area (EEA) to other countries, while providing appropriate safeguards for the protection of personal data. These clauses offer an alternative means of fulfilling adequacy requirements, and therefore are an alternative to the US Safe Harbor program or Binding Corporate Rules.

What’s the primary purpose of this initiative?

Provide a mechanism for customers in the EEA, who are considered the data controllers, to work with OneLogin, the data processor, and mutually agreeing to the transfer personal data outside of the EEA only under the proper safeguards and in compliance with EU data protection law.

What’s the scope?

The model contract clauses are standard for all data processing providers and document the provider’s commitment to abide by the EU data protection law.

How often are you evaluated/audited?

EU model contract clauses are executed on an as needed basis

Who performs the evaluation/audit?

EU model contract clauses are executed like any other contract and are agreed to by both OneLogin and a given customer.

Who is the primary audience?

Customers who are going to be transferring EEA personal data to OneLogin.

Where can I get a copy of the report/certificate?

Current and prospective customers can request EU Model Contract Clauses from their Account Executive or Customer Success contact.

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