SaaS Agreements – Data Protection – Cyber Security Issues

SaaS Customers are increasingly raising questions about the security provisions that SaaS suppliers include in their SaaS agreements and insisting on including onerous rights of audit to monitor and check compliance. Under the UK’s Data Protection Act (DPA) SaaS customers (data controllers) are required to take appropriate technical and organisational measures to prevent the:

unauthorised or unlawful processing of personal data; and
accidental loss, destruction or damage to personal data.

In order to comply with these duties and avoid substantial fines SaaS customers need to ensure that SaaS suppliers have adequate security measures in place to prevent data protection breaches from occurring.

Continue reading

Cookie Preference

We use cookies on this website to enhance user experience as set out in our cookie policy. Please click on one of the options below to set your cookie preferences. You can find more information about the consequences of your choice at Help. Cookie Policy | Legal Notices

Select an option to continue

Your selection was saved!

More information

Help

We use cookies on this website to enhance user experience. Please read our cookie policy for more details and click on one of the options below to set your cookie preferences.

  • Accept all cookies:
    All cookies such as tracking and analytics cookies.
  • Accept first-party cookies only:
    Only cookies from this website.
  • Reject all cookies:
    No cookies except for those necessary for technical reasons are set. Borlabs Cookie already set a necessary cookie.

You can change your cookie setting here anytime: Cookie Policy. Legal Notices

Back

Bodle Law