Yes, if TrueLayer is acting as a data processor for you (for example, if TrueLayer is your TSP or technical service provider), we will need to enter into a data processing agreement. TrueLayer's customer terms already include the data processing agreement.
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- Does TrueLayer store any end-user account information?
- How does TrueLayer replicate my issues?
- Can I whitelist the IPs used by TrueLayer?
- How have we been preparing for the GDPR?
- What are GDPR Model Clauses in relation to our contracts?
- Will I need to enter into a Data Processing Agreement (“DPA”)?
- What implications does GDPR have for organisations processing the personal data of EU citizens?
- What is the GDPR?
- Do you have a Security Policy?
- What security measures you take to protect End User data ?