Proofpoint Data Processing Agreement

Disclosure of the PPH is permitted for patient care and other important purposes, including treatment, compensation and health operations. The examples of PHI are 18 pieces of data, including, but not limited: name, email address, social security numbers, medical record numbers, biometric identifiers and telephone numbers. We may also use your log data and personal information on the network to: (i) manage our website and for internal operations, including troubleshooting, data analysis, testing, research, statistics and survey purposes; (ii) improve our website to ensure that content for you and your device is presented in the most efficient way possible; (iii) allow you to participate in interactive features of our service if you choose to do so; (iv) as part of our efforts to keep our site safe and secure. As a Privacy Shield certified organization, Proofpoint understands that existing Privacy Shield-based data processing agreements must now be updated using an alternative mechanism. Since standard contractual clauses remain a valid mechanism for the transfer of data from the EU to the US, any customer who wishes to enter into the standard contractual clauses can do so by signing a data protection agreement, including the SSC, which www.proofpoint.com/legal/trust/dpa. Finally, data transfers from Switzerland to the United States remain valid under the Swiss-US Privacy Shield. Proofpoint is part of the Swiss-US Privacy Shield Frameworks. First, this is not a new situation; We`ve been here before. In 2015, the same court struck out the Privacy Shield`s predecessor, Safe Harbour (European Court of Justice, press release 117/15, 2015). The replacement of Safe Harbour – Privacy Shield – is used by 5,378 registered organizations to actively use the agreement; An additional 709 organizations are registered as inactive users. These companies are based in the United States, the EU and Switzerland. If you are not part of these companies, you are not directly involved.

If you are one of those companies, you are now on hold. We use your contact information to fulfill: (i) our obligations under contracts between you and us; or (ii) provide you with the services, products or information you have requested from us; (iii) inform them of changes to our services or products; or (iv) to ensure that the content of our website is presented in the most efficient way possible for you and your device. We may also use your contact information to contact you with certain marketing or promotional materials, as well as other information that may be of interest to you. If you no longer accept the use of your contact information to send you our newsletter or any other message, please send us an email indicating that they privacy@proofpoint.com or disconnection instructions in one of the messages.

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