Webex Data Protection Agreement
The service encrypts confidential data at rest. All data that is not encrypted in standby mode is protected by highly secure protection mechanisms and operations in the data center. Webex data centers have a leading communications, integration, flexibility, scalability and availability infrastructure. (b) provided training in legislation on the processing of personal data; and this document contains storage and erasure windows that are fairly general and complete. In most cases, Cisco can keep information up to 7 years after the service ends. This long and open retention period increases the possibility that data will be included in potential mergers or acquisitions or product improvements without the ultimate users ability to have notification, consent or control. NOTE: Since the original document is a pdf and the information is displayed in a table, the excerpt here changes the format – but not the content – of the language. `standard clauses`, the standard contractual clauses for the transfer of personal data to a subcontractor outside the European Economic Area, in the form adopted from time to time by the European Commission; The registration mark for webex is here: cart.webex.com/sign-up-webex. “We keep your personal data if necessary in order to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected.
We store and use your personal data when necessary to meet our business requirements, legal obligations, dispute resolution, protection of our assets and the application of our agreements. 8. Cisco`s key privacy policies do not define a clear end to data. Their terms contain a general language that could be interpreted as allowing data to be kept indefinitely. Their secondary policy defines sunsets that can last up to 7 years. This long period, combined with the general rights claimed for the transmission of data to third parties and the processing of data by Cisco as an asset that can be transferred as part of a free sale in sales law, creates a significant risk of data protection. 2.11. In addition to its obligations under paragraphs 2.9 and 2.10, MZ is required to notify the client as soon as he becomes aware of a breach of personal data (the term being understood by reference to the RGPD); and Cisco`s key privacy policies state that they transmit personal data to third parties for marketing purposes.