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data processing

the organization and processing of information in a business. The use of COMPUTERS to store data (see DATA STORAGE) and to undertake routine data processing activities such as recording purchases, sales, payroll etc. can save time, improve recording accuracy and reduce staffing costs. See INFORMATION MANAGEMENT, LOCAL AREA NETWORK.
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The data processor is the entity that actually carries out the processing, very often offshore as we in the Philippines know very well.
The data controller, upon receiving this request, would then proceed to request that the data processor remove the revoked data from their servers.
The app provides the Data Protection Officer (DPO) with required visibility into GDPR compliance via a DPO Dashboard that monitors non-compliant contracts and data processors across geographies and contract types.
As a data processor I'm going to need to be able to support all of their needs.
It is not uncommon for data processors to keep quiet about a breach, or report it significantly after the event.
The new positions will reportedly include call centre agents, finance and accounting specialists, human resources benefits processors, and data processors.
This includes relationships with lenders, lessors, property managers, custodians, data processors, regulatory agencies and others.
It is not a dictatorial position, they will need to work closely with the data processors to ensure the processing meets organisational requirements and complies with the Act.
As Maxxar maintains relationships with leading core data processors in the financial services field, this partnership also expands Apropos' integration with these providers.
The first four EasyPort ICs are the EasyPort-100/-200 data-only processors and the EasyPort-V100/-V200 voice data processors.