Khoros uses subprocessors in its applications to help it perform certain services. Suprocessors are third-party entities with whom Khoros contracts to perform these services and who may process customers’ personal data. Khoros contractually requires its subprocessors to comply with security and data privacy standards that are at least as protective as those the Khoros commits to its customers.
Specifically, as concerning European Union data privacy regulatory compliance, Khoros complies with the EC Standard Contractual Clauses and requires that those subprocessors that have access to Customer personal data also comply.
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