Upon request, the organization offers the registered person a clear list of the transfers of his personal data to third parties.
The list shows in particular which personal data has been transferred, to which organization, on what basis and when.
The organization should reject all non-legally binding personal data disclosure requests, but accept all contractually defined personal data disclosures that the customer has accepted. The relevant customer must be asked before handing over personal data.
The organization should save information concerning personal data disclosures to third parties. The information should include what personal data has been disclosed, to whom and when.
The organization should record transfers of personal data to and from third parties. The organization should also ensure the cooperation of the relevant parties in order to enable the implementation of requests regarding obligations related to data subjects in the future as well.
The principle of data minimization must be taken into account in recordings concerning transfers and only the information that is actually needed must be kept.
The organization should determine and document the countries and international organizations to which personal data may be transferred.
States and international organizations to which personal data can be transferred under normal circumstances must be communicated to the data subjects.
The organization has identified possible transfers of personal data between jurisdictions.
There are identified and documented legal bases for transfers of personal data between jurisdictions.
The data in a data store are, in principle, only available to that controller and under the same responsibility. If you pass data on to another organization for other use, you must clearly inform about it and state e.g. the recipient of the transfer and the legal basis.
GDPR defines the conditions for the lawful transfer of personal data outside the EU or the EEA.
The organization shall document all data transfers and the applicable transfer criteria. Data transfers can occur, for example, based on the location of the data system, the data processing partner or the recipient of the data disclosure.
The processors of personal data (e.g. providers of data systems, other partners using our employee or customer data) and the agreements related to the processing of personal data have been documented. The documentation includes e.g.: