If there's a breach of confidentiality, the supplier is liable. If there's not a breach of confidentiality, then none of the above matters.
Supplier will: (a) designate one employee to be in charge of Supplier’s information security program; (b) maintain adequate physical security of all premises in which BIGCO Information will be processed and/or stored including that physical media containing such records is stored in locked facilities, storage areas or containers; (c) implement reasonable precautions with respect to the employment of, and access given to, Supplier personnel and contractors, including background checks; screening; security clearances that assign specific access privileges to individuals; training and security awareness programs for personnel and contractors; monitoring personnel and contractor compliance with policies and procedures; imposing disciplinary measures for violations of such policies and procedures; preventing terminated personnel and contractors from accessing systems or records containing BIGCO Information; and prohibiting Supplier personnel and contractors from bringing, transporting or transmitting BIGCO Information to their homes, or personal computers, e-mail accounts, devices or media; (d) impose reasonable restrictions on access to records containing BIGCO Information, such that BIGCO Information is only accessible to Supplier personnel and contractors on a need-to-know basis; (e) encrypt BIGCO Information with industry best practice encryption levels at all times while in transit over a public network or wireless network, while stored on a laptop or portable storage media or while stored on computing equipment that is connected to the Internet; (f) upon deletion of electronic BIGCO Information, at a minimum, ensure that computers and other media which may contain any BIGCO Information be overwritten with at least a single-string “wipe”; that offline queue computers’ memory that may contain any BIGCO Information be overwritten with, at a minimum, the number of strings of code as specified in the then-current U.S. Department of Defense standard for deletion of electronic information; and that any other computers or media on which any BIGCO Information may be contained be overwritten in a manner appropriate to the circumstances (but in no event less than a single-string wipe); and (g) adopt up-to-date and leading edge technologies in consultation with, or otherwise at the request of, BIGCO for the safe, secure and accurate collection, processing, storage and distribution of BIGCO Information.
In US: must be an attorney licensed and in good standing in any state, territory or DC.
Outside US: must be a lawyer or equivalent (eg counselor, barrister, advocate, solicitor), duly educated and licensed/accredited and in good standing.
As a general rule, experienced and currently practicing lawyers, and those teaching law in the legal academy, are more likely to be admitted.