Definition of Technical and Organizational Security Measures


Technical and Organizational Security Measures means security measures, consistent with the type of Personal Data or Company Data being Processed and the services being provided by VENDOR, to protect Personal Data or Company Data, which measures shall implement industry accepted protections which may include physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to protect the Personal Data or Company Data supplied to VENDOR against any Data Security Breach, and any security requirements, obligations, specifications or event reporting procedures set forth in any Schedule to this Agreement. As part of such security measures, VENDOR shall provide a reasonably secure environment for all Personal Data and Company Data and any hardware and software (including servers, network, and data components) to be provided or used by VENDOR as part of its performance under this Agreement on which Personal Data and Company Data is contained to the extent the same are located on VENDOR's premises.
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Examples of Technical and Organizational Security Measures in a sentence

Upon OJO's request, D3 will provide reasonable evidence that it has established and maintains Technical and Organizational Security Measures governing the Processing of Personal Data appropriate to the risks represented by the Processing and the nature of the data to be protected.
The Servicer shall maintain commercially appropriate and reasonable Technical and Organizational Security Measures (consistent with the type of Claimant Information being Processed and the services being provided), which shall include physical, encrypted electronic and procedural safeguards to protect the Claimant Information supplied to the Servicer against any Data Security Breach.