The Office of the CIO and the Office of the Access & Privacy Coordinator have made Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement (CNDA) templates available on the ITServices website for the Queen's community.
A Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement is a legally binding contract between two parties who need to share confidential material with each other, but do not want that information shared with anyone outside of the agreement. For most employees, this will mean agreeing not to disclose to a third party, (such as coworkers outside the CNDA, a spouse, friends or another company), any confidential information you have access to through your work at Queen's. In other words, what happens at Queen's, stays at Queen's!
When you hear the word "confidential" you may have visions of a government spy carrying a folder marked "Top Secret." However, you might be surprised to learn what is classified as confidential data. Confidential data includes:
There are four different CNDAs at Queen's, and each has a distinct use:
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