Privacy and Security To the knowledge of the Company, the Company complies (and requires and monitors the compliance of applicable third parties) with all U.S., state, foreign and multinational Laws (including the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, California S.B. 27, California Consumer Spyware Act, Utah Spyware Control Act and California Civil Code 1798.81.5), reputable industry practice, standards, self-governing rules and policies and their own published, posted and internal agreements and policies (which are in conformance with reputable industry practice) (“Privacy Laws”) with respect to: (i) personally identifiable information (including but not limited to name, address, telephone number, electronic mail address, social security number, bank account number or credit card number), sensitive personal information and any special categories of personal information regulated thereunder or covered thereby (“Personal Information”) (including such Personal Information of visitors who use the Company’s websites, clients and distributors), whether any of same is accessed or used by the Company or any of its business partners; (ii) non-personally identifiable information (including such Personal Information of visitors who use the Company’s websites, clients and distributors), whether any of same is accessed or used by the Company or any of its business partners; (iii) spyware and adware; (iv) the procurement and/or placement of advertising from or with reputable Persons and websites; (v) the use of Internet searches associated with or using particular words or terms; (vi) the sending of solicited or unsolicited electronic mail messages; and (vii) privacy generally.
Information and Data 21.1 At all times during the subsistence of this Agreement the duly authorized representatives of each Participant shall, at its and their sole risk and expense and at reasonable intervals and times, have access to the Property and to all technical records and other factual engineering data and information relating to the Property which is in the possession of the Operator.
Confidentiality and Security The Service Provider will, and will use reasonable endeavours to ensure that Service Provider Affiliates and Third Party Service Providers will, implement reasonable and appropriate technical and organizational security measures to protect Client Personal Data that is within its or their custody or control against unauthorized or unlawful Processing and accidental destruction or loss.
Safety and Security Contractor is responsible for maintaining safety in the performance of this Contract. Contractor shall be responsible to ascertain from the District the rules and regulations pertaining to safety, security, and driving on school grounds, particularly when children are present.
Information Security 10.1 The Transfer Agent shall maintain reasonable safeguards for maintaining in confidence any and all Fund Confidential Information, including, without limitation, the policies and procedures described in Section 10.2. The Transfer Agent shall not, at any time, use any such Fund Confidential Information for any purpose other than as specifically authorized by this Agreement, or in writing by the Fund.
Data Privacy and Security Bank will implement and maintain a written information security program, in compliance with all federal, state and local laws and regulations (including any similar international laws) applicable to Bank, that contains reasonable and appropriate security measures designed to safeguard the personal information of the Funds’ shareholders, employees, trustees and/or officers that Bank or any Subcustodian receives, stores, maintains, processes, transmits or otherwise accesses in connection with the provision of services hereunder. In this regard, Bank will establish and maintain policies, procedures, and technical, physical, and administrative safeguards, designed to (i) ensure the security and confidentiality of all personal information and any other confidential information that Bank receives, stores, maintains, processes or otherwise accesses in connection with the provision of services hereunder, (ii) protect against any reasonably foreseeable threats or hazards to the security or integrity of personal information or other confidential information, (iii) protect against unauthorized access to or use of personal information or other confidential information, (iv) maintain reasonable procedures to detect and respond to any internal or external security breaches, and (v) ensure appropriate disposal of personal information or other confidential information. Bank will monitor and review its information security program and revise it, as necessary and in its sole discretion, to ensure it appropriately addresses any applicable legal and regulatory requirements. Bank shall periodically test and review its information security program. Bank shall respond to Customer’s reasonable requests for information concerning Bank’s information security program and, upon request, Bank will provide a copy of its applicable policies and procedures, or in Bank’s discretion, summaries thereof, to Customer, to the extent Bank is able to do so without divulging information Bank reasonably believes to be proprietary or Bank confidential information. Upon reasonable request, Bank shall discuss with Customer the information security program of Bank. Bank also agrees, upon reasonable request, to complete any security questionnaire provided by Customer to the extent Bank is able to do so without divulging sensitive, proprietary, or Bank confidential information and return it in a commercially reasonable period of time (or provide an alternative response that reasonably addresses the points included in the questionnaire). Customer acknowledges that certain information provided by Bank, including internal policies and procedures, may be proprietary to Bank, and agrees to protect the confidentiality of all such materials it receives from Bank. Bank agrees to resolve promptly any applicable control deficiencies that come to its attention that do not meet the standards established by federal and state privacy and data security laws, rules, regulations, and/or generally accepted industry standards related to Bank’s information security program. Bank shall: (i) promptly notify Customer of any confirmed unauthorized access to personal information or other confidential information of Customer (“Breach of Security”); (ii) promptly furnish to Customer appropriate details of such Breach of Security and assist Customer in assessing the Breach of Security to the extent it is not privileged information or part of an investigation; (iii) reasonably cooperate with Customer in any litigation and investigation of third parties reasonably deemed necessary by Customer to protect its proprietary and other rights; (iv) use reasonable precautions to prevent a recurrence of a Breach of Security; and (v) take all reasonable and appropriate action to mitigate any potential harm related to a Breach of Security, including any reasonable steps requested by Customer that are practicable for Bank to implement. Nothing in the immediately preceding sentence shall obligate Bank to provide Customer with information regarding any of Bank’s other customers or clients that are affected by a Breach of Security, nor shall the immediately preceding sentence limit Bank’s ability to take any actions that Bank believes are appropriate to remediate any Breach of Security unless such actions would prejudice or otherwise limit Customer’s ability to bring its own claims or actions against third parties related to the Breach of Security. If Bank discovers or becomes aware of a suspected data or security breach that may involve an improper access, use, disclosure, or alteration of personal information or other confidential information of Customer, Bank shall, except to the extent prohibited by Applicable Law or directed otherwise by a governmental authority not to do so, promptly notify Customer that it is investigating a potential breach and keep Customer informed as reasonably practicable of material developments relating to the investigation until Bank either confirms that such a breach has occurred (in which case the first sentence of this paragraph will apply) or confirms that no data or security breach involving personal information or other confidential information of Customer has occurred. For these purposes, “personal information” shall mean (i) an individual’s name (first initial and last name or first name and last name), address or telephone number plus (a) social security number, (b) driver’s license number, (c) state identification card number, (d) debit or credit card number, (e) financial account number, (f) passport number, or (g) personal identification number or password that would permit access to a person’s account or (ii) any combination of the foregoing that would allow a person to log onto or access an individual’s account. This provision will survive termination or expiration of the Agreement for so long as Bank or any Subcustodian continues to possess or have access to personal information related to Customer. Notwithstanding the foregoing “personal information” shall not include information that is lawfully obtained from publicly available information, or from federal, state or local government records lawfully made available to the general public.