Obligation of secrecy Sample Clauses

Obligation of secrecy. 7.1. By virtue of Article 34 Paragraph 4 of the GDPR, the Processor, its staff and third parties engaged by it are subject to an obligation of secrecy with respect to the personal data that come or may have come to their knowledge.
Obligation of secrecy. Every Director and Secretary must keep the transactions and affairs of the Company and the state of its financial reports confidential unless required to disclose them:
Obligation of secrecy. Without the prior written consent of the supplying Shareholder, no receiving Shareholder, its officers, directors, agents or employees shall, in the case of Confidential Information (as defined hereafter) of a business nature, both during the term of this Agreement and for a period of three (3) years after termination of this Agreement, and in the case of all Confidential Information of a technical nature, both during the term of this Agreement and for a period of ten (10) years after termination of this Agreement, in any manner whatsoever disclose or communicate such information to a third party, except as legally required by any governmental or judicial agency, and each Shareholder agrees to keep such Confidential Information strictly confidential. For the purpose of this Agreement, the term "Confidential Information" shall mean and include any and all financial and other information relating to the Company, information concerning this Agreement and its terms and conditions and the relationship of the Shareholders hereto, business and financial information of either Shareholder, and technical information relating to the Products (including, without limitation, design specifications, instructions and know-how) acquired either directly or indirectly by either Shareholder
Obligation of secrecy. Every officer of the Company must:
Obligation of secrecy. The Contractor shall maintain complete secrecy concerning all circumstances and other information which he became aware of in the course of planning and construction or which were confided to him by the Principal, unless the Principal explicitly releases the Contractor from this obligation. Protection of Interest and Consultation of the Principal
Obligation of secrecy. Each party agrees that Confidential Information disclosed to it hereunder shall be retained in secret and shall not be used for its own purposes or those of others, or disclosed to others, indefinitely, even beyond the termination of this Agreement, unless the information:
Obligation of secrecy. Without the Purchaser’s written consent, the Contractor shall neither forward to third parties nor disclose to the public or use for advertising or any other purposes any information related to the order or to the project or any other information obtained directly or indirectly from the Purchaser or the Final Customer, including all information developed and delivered by the Contractor on the basis thereof. In particular, engineering documents provided by the Purchaser and the documentation shall be treated in strict confidence and shall not be used for any purpose other than for executing the respective order. This obligation of secrecy shall also be imposed by the Contractor on any person who receives such information. In the event of a breach of this obligation of secrecy, the Contractor shall also indemnify the Purchaser against third partiesclaims.
Obligation of secrecy. Every Director, managing director, manager, Secretary, auditor, trustee, member of a committee, agent, accountant or other officer of the Company shall be bound to observe secrecy with respect to all transactions of the Company with its customers and the state of the account of any individual and all matters relating thereto; and, if required by the Directors, shall prior to entering upon his duties or employment or at any time afterwards, sign and make a declaration in a book to be kept for that purpose that he will not reveal or make known any of the matters, affairs or concerns which may come to his knowledge as such Director, managing director, manager, Secretary, auditor, trustee, member of a committee, agent, accountant or other officer whether relating to transactions of the Company with its customers or the state of the account of any individual or to anything else, to any person or persons except in the course and in the performance of his duties, or under compulsion or obligation of law, or when officially required to do so by the Board or by the auditors for the time being or by any general meeting of Shareholders.
Obligation of secrecy. 1. The employee is obliged to maintain secrecy with regard to what comes to his or her knowledge by virtue of his or her position, insofar as this obligation follows from the nature of the matter or when it has been expressly imposed on him or her. This obligation is laid down in Article 272 of the Dutch Criminal Code and also applies after termination of employment.