Rules of Use and Confidentiality Agreement

The Rules of Use and Confidentiality Agreement apply by business type/partner type as follows:

Business Type: Retail

The following provisions apply to “Retail” vendors.

Important: Pro Dashboard and any other website or online system of UGABS or used by UGABS establishes terms and conditions for doing business with UGABS. This agreement governs your use of Pro Dashboard and constitutes a legally binding agreement between you and UGABS.

Definitions 

Capitalized terms used and not defined herein shall have the same meaning as in UGABS’s Pro Dashboard website (or any successor website thereto). For purposes of these Rules, the following terms used herein shall have the following definitions:

  • “Pro Dashboard” means the private Internet website owned by UGABS with an address of www.ugabs.com/vl/sell/ (or any successor to such website or any other online system of UGABS or use by UGABS), including all terms, conditions, specifications, instructions, data and reporting contained on such website(s) and/or system(s).
  • “Retail” includes all business types except for Indirect Vendors and Transportation Vendors.
  • “Rules” means this Rules of Use and Confidentiality Agreement.
  • “UGABS” means United Global African Brands and Supplies Corporation and its subsidiaries and operating divisions (including UGABS Pickup Centers, SuperUGABS, UGABS.com, UGABS Sourcing Services Limited (TSS Ltd), UGABS TV, UGABS Test Kitchen, and Pexstral Studios
  • “User” means any company to which UGABS has issued an ID and password combination for Pro Dashboard together with the parent, subsidiaries, and/or affiliates of such company.

Rules are Legally Binding 

Use of Pro Dashboard constitutes your agreement to the Rules. If you do not agree to the Rules, do not use Pro Dashboard.

If you have any questions regarding the Rules or Pro Dashboard, before using the Pro Dashboard, contact the Pro Dashboard Help Desk at 800-997-8440. Once you are an approved partner, you can also click on the Request Support Form located under the Help tab.

If, at any time, you are no longer in agreement with the Rules, or any other terms or conditions set forth on Pro Dashboard, you must cease use of Pro Dashboard and, if you are a User, you must promptly notify UGABS. UGABS will then cancel any User’s ID and password.

If you are a User, you may access additional portions of Pro Dashboard using your ID and password. User agrees to the Rules as well as all other terms, conditions, specifications, and instructions for doing business with UGABS as set forth on Pro Dashboard including, without limitation, the Conditions of Contract.

Neither UGABS nor User will contest the validity, enforceability or admissibility of hard copy printouts of these Rules, any term, condition, specification or instruction contained on Pro Dashboard or any notice provided in accordance with these Rules and such hard copy printouts, if introduced as evidence in any judicial or administrative proceedings, will be admissible to the same extent and under the same conditions as other business records originated and maintained in documentary form.

 

UGABS recommends that Users print and/or download copies of these Rules as well as copies of all terms, conditions, instructions and specifications set forth on Pro Dashboard.

  1. Changes UGABS may change the Rules or any term, condition, specification or instruction contained on Pro Dashboard at any time by posting notice of any such change in the “Important Updates” section on the home page of Pro Dashboard (following the User login). All changes shall have an effective date of seven (7) days after they have been posted in the “Important Updates” section unless a later date is specified. Such changes shall apply to all Purchase Orders or agreements for the purchase of Goods issued or entered into after the effective date of the change. It is User’s responsibility to review the “Important Updates” section regularly to obtain notice of such changes. Use of Pro Dashboard following any such change, continuing to maintain an active User ID and password following any such change, or continuing to do business with UGABS following any such change constitutes your agreement to the changed Rules or changed term, condition, specification or instruction of Pro Dashboard.
  2. Copyright The entire contents of Pro Dashboard are copyrighted under United States law and are protected by worldwide copyright laws and treaty provisions. Materials from Pro Dashboard may not be copied, distributed or transmitted in any way without UGABS’s prior written consent, except that Users may download, print and copy any of the materials to which they have been granted access by UGABS for User’s internal use to further the business dealings between User and UGABS, provided the materials are not altered (in particular, copyright and trademark notices and notices of confidentiality may not be deleted) or modified. UGABS reserves full right, title, and interest in and to all intellectual property rights in any and all materials on or downloaded from Pro Dashboard. UGABS further reserves the right to revoke any of the foregoing privileges at any time.
  3. Confidentiality User agrees to the following with respect to any information contained in Pro Dashboard and any information relating to or used in UGABS’s business, regardless of whether it is marked “confidential” or otherwise (collectively, “Confidential Information”):Definition of “Confidential Information.” Confidential Information includes, but is not limited to, all business processes and procedures, systems, methods of doing business, data, reports, specifications, formulae, proposals, strategies, business plans and analyses, financial information and projections, personnel information, information about merchandising, information about past, present or potential customers, information about past, present or potential vendors, information about existing or future technology, future stores, and proprietary or third-party software. The foregoing notwithstanding, the term “Confidential Information” does not include and User shall have no obligation of confidentiality with respect to any information that: (a) is or becomes known to the public through no fault of User; (b) User already rightfully possessed before UGABS disclosed it to User; (c) is subsequently disclosed to User by a third party who is not under an obligation of confidentiality to UGABS; or (d) User developed independently without using Confidential Information.Obligation of Confidentiality. User shall not disclose Confidential Information to any of its officers, directors, employees, contractors or agents or to any third-party without UGABS’s written consent, except that User may disclose Confidential Information to its officers, directors, employees, contractors, and agents whose duties justify their need to know such Confidential Information, and who have been clearly informed of their obligation to maintain the confidential status of such Confidential Information.  User may disclose Confidential Information to the extent required by applicable federal, state or local law, regulation, court order, or other legal process, provided User has given UGABS prior written notice of such required disclosure and, to the extent reasonably possible, has given UGABS an opportunity to contest such required disclosure at UGABS’s expense.
    Protection of Confidential Information. User shall use the same care to prevent the unauthorized use or disclosure of the Confidential Information as User uses with respect to its own confidential information of a similar nature, which shall not in any case be less than the care a reasonable business person would use under similar circumstances. Without limiting the foregoing, User’s employees, or other persons permitted access to Confidential Information, will sign a written document acknowledging their obligation to maintain the confidential status of Confidential Information and the obligation to adhere to the information security requirements as described in the Rules.  In addition, User shall take reasonable action by instruction or otherwise with respect to User’s employees or other persons permitted access to Confidential Information to cause them to comply fully with User’s obligations under the Rules.Permitted Use of Confidential Information. User may not use the Confidential Information, or any information that it develops based on the Confidential Information, directly or indirectly for any purpose other than the purpose for which it was originally disclosed, or for any purposes which could be deemed to be averse to or competitive with UGABS or its business.Disclaimers. UGABS provides Confidential Information on an “AS IS” basis, without warranties of any kind. Without limiting the foregoing, UGABS does not represent or warrant that Confidential Information is accurate, complete or current. The disclosure of Confidential Information containing business plans is for planning purposes only. UGABS may change or cancel its plans at any time at its sole discretion. Disclosure of Confidential Information is not a representation that any type of business relationship between the parties will be concluded.Return of Confidential Information. Upon the request of UGABS, User shall cease using and, at UGABS’s option, either promptly return to UGABS or arrange for the destruction of all copies of any Confidential Information then in User’s possession or under User’s control. If UGABS directs User to destroy Confidential Information, User shall dispose of the Confidential Information in such a manner that the information cannot be read or reconstructed after destruction. Upon the written request of UGABS, User shall certify in writing that User has complied with the obligations set forth in this paragraph.Ownership of Confidential Information. UGABS shall retain all right, title and interest in and to Confidential Information. Neither the Rules nor any disclosure of Confidential Information shall be deemed to grant User any license or other intellectual property right.Information Security. (a) User shall take appropriate measures designed to protect the security, confidentiality, and integrity of Confidential Information; (b) access to Confidential Information shall be restricted to those officers, directors, employees, contractors, agents or other third parties whose duties justify their need to access Confidential Information and whose access UGABS deems appropriate; (c) User will contractually bind its agents and UGABS-approved third parties working for User to adhere to the confidentiality and security requirements described in the Rules; (d) User shall immediately remove the access of any employee, contractor, agent, or other third party to Confidential Information or any UGABS system upon termination of employment or any change in role; (e) User will ensure its employees have acknowledged receipt of User’s acceptable use policy on an annual basis and that such acknowledgement is maintained by User; (f) User shall have network security devices in place to prevent and detect unauthorized access to such Confidential Information and UGABS systems. Such network devices shall log events completely, clearly and accurately; (g) User shall ensure that access to any UGABS system shall be protected by one of the following controls if any such system is unattended by User for 15 minutes of inactivity: (i) password protected screensaver; or (ii) session timeouts (forced logout); (h) User will have an Access Control policy that has been approved, published and implemented; (i) User shall have appropriate access controls in place to maintain the confidentiality of UGABS’s Confidential Information and (j) Confidential Information shall continue to be subject to the terms of the Rules indefinitely.Injunctive Relief. User acknowledges that the unauthorized use or disclosure by User of Confidential Information would be likely to cause immediate and irreparable damage that could not be fully remedied by monetary damages. User therefore agrees that UGABS may specifically enforce the Rules and may seek such injunctive or other equitable relief to prevent such unauthorized use or disclosure without the necessity of proving actual damage.
  4. Information Security and Privacy
    Security and Privacy Policies. User shall have a security program that addresses the management of security and the security controls employed by the company. To the extent UGABS’s Confidential Information includes Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”), then User shall also have a privacy program and related policies that address how PII is collected, used and shared as applicable.  PII includes, but is not limited to, information about an identifiable individual, including name, social security number, driver’s license or state identification number, medical information, financial account number (e.g., credit card number), personal identification number (“PIN”), address, email address, or phone number.Reviews and Assessments. UGABS or its designated representative shall have the right to monitor, review and assess User’s security and privacy practices related to User’s handling of UGABS’s Confidential Information (“UGABS Assessment”). User shall make available audits, summaries of test results, or other evaluations to assist UGABS in monitoring compliance with the Rules.Incident Reporting and Response. User shall immediately notify UGABS of any unauthorized access to UGABS systems or if there is an incident involving UGABS’s Confidential Information. Notice should be provided to the designated UGABS contact and by sending an email to security@UGABS.com. If unable to provide notice in this manner, notice should be provided by calling 1-800- 997-8440. User shall partner with UGABS to respond to the Incident. Response may include: identifying key partners, investigating Incident, providing regular updates, determining notice obligations and identifying and executing remediation plans. Except as required by law, User shall not notify affected parties, regulators or other third parties without prior consultation with UGABS. User shall indemnify UGABS, its parent, affiliates and subsidiaries, and their respective directors, officers, shareholders, employees, contractors, and agents (“UGABS Parties”) for all reasonable costs, charges, and expenses resulting from any unauthorized access to Confidential Information.Legal Requirements and Industry Standards. User agrees to comply with applicable laws, regulatory requirements and industry standard information security and privacy practices.Cardholder Information. To the extent User handles cardholder information (e.g. credit or debit card information), operates within UGABS’s cardholder data environment, or could impact the security of UGABS’s cardholder data environment, User acknowledges its responsibility to secure such cardholder information and agrees to comply with applicable Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard requirements (“PCI DSS”). User understands that the PCI DSS requirements may exceed or be in addition to the requirements herein
  5. Security of IDs and Passwords and System Protection User is responsible for maintaining the security and confidentially of IDs and passwords issued to User. User shall ensure that it uses strong passwords (for example, passwords that are at a minimum strength of 8 characters and use 3 of 4 ASCII character sets). User shall use two-factor authentication (token supplied by UGABS) for any remote access to UGABS hosted systems or applications that contain UGABS Confidential Information. User shall not permit unauthorized individuals to use User’s IDs and/or passwords to access Pro Dashboard, nor shall User permit any individuals to share User’s IDs and/or passwords with other individuals to access Pro Dashboard. User is responsible for the actions of any individuals using User’s IDs and passwords to access Pro Dashboard. User agrees to defend and indemnify UGABS against any claims, losses, damages, costs, expenses, fines and other liabilities arising out of User’s failure to maintain the security and confidentiality of its IDs and/or passwords or arising out of the unlawful use of Pro Dashboard by User or any person who obtains access to Pro Dashboard using User’s ID and password.
  6. Anti-Virus Protection User agrees to run anti-virus software before transmitting data to or through Pro Dashboard. User may use any commercially available, industry recognized anti-virus software of the type that detects and disinfects viruses automatically without the need for User to execute virus scanning for each file manually. User must update its anti-virus software on a regular basis and in no event less often than once each quarter. UGABS strongly recommends updating anti-virus software every month.
  7. Disclaimers UGABS is providing Pro Dashboard and its contents on an “as is”, “as available” basis and makes no representations or warranties of any kind with respect to Pro Dashboard or its contents. UGABS disclaims all representations and warranties, whether express, implied or statutory, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
    Without limiting the foregoing, UGABS does not warrant that the operation of Pro Dashboard will be uninterrupted or error-free. User is responsible for taking appropriate precautions against damage to its operations that could be caused by defects, interruptions, or malfunctions of Pro Dashboard and assumes the risk of such occurrences.
    UGABS reserves the right to make changes to or to discontinue operation of Pro Dashboard at any time.
  8. Limitations on UGABS’s Liability By accessing Pro Dashboard, User agrees that none of the UGABS Parties will be liable for any direct or indirect loss or damages arising out of, resulting from, or connected with the operation of Pro Dashboard or User’s use of Pro Dashboard, whether based on negligence, breach of contract or warranty, or otherwise. This is a comprehensive limitation of liability that applies to all damages of any kind, including general, special, consequential (including, lost profits or savings), incidental and exemplary damages. If any part of this limitation on liability is found to be invalid or unenforceable for any reason, then UGABS’s maximum aggregate liability under such circumstances for liabilities that otherwise would have been limited shall not exceed $1,000.00.
  9. GeneralModifications. No addition to or modifications of the Rules or waiver of any of the Rules shall be binding on UGABS or User unless made in accordance with Section 3 hereof or in writing and executed on behalf of UGABS and User.Governing Law and Venue. The laws of the State of Texas, without regard to Texas’s choice of law principles, govern all matters arising out of or related to the Rules. The parties agree that the exclusive forum and venue for any lawsuit arising out of or related to the Rules shall be the United States District Court for the District of Texas, and the parties submit to the personal jurisdiction of that court. If neither subject matter nor diversity jurisdiction exists in the United States District Court for the District of Texas, then the exclusive forum and venue for any such action shall be the courts of the State of Texas located in Harris County, and the parties submit to the personal jurisdiction of that court.Waivers. No provision of the Rules may be waived, except pursuant to a writing executed by the party against whom the waiver is sought. No failure to exercise, partial exercise of, or delay in exercising any right or remedy or requiring the satisfaction of any condition under the Rules operates as a waiver or estoppel of any right, remedy, or condition.Remedies. All remedies provided for in the Rules shall be cumulative and in addition to and not in lieu of any other remedies available at law, in equity or otherwise.Severability. If any provision of the Rules is held invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the validity, legality and enforceability of the remaining provisions will not be affected or impaired.Survival. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, (i) any duty or obligation that has been incurred under the Rules and that has not been fully observed, performed or discharged, and any right which has been created under the Rules and which has not been fully enjoyed, enforced or satisfied, shall survive the termination or expiration of the Rules until such duty or obligation has been fully observed, performed or discharged and such right has been fully enjoyed, enforced or satisfied, and (ii) all representations, warranties and indemnities shall survive the termination of or expiration of the Rules.Entire Agreement. Pro Dashboard, the Rules and the Conditions of Contract, including all exhibits and other attachments thereto, as well as documents and other information specifically referenced on Pro Dashboard, the Rules and the Conditions of Contract, constitute the entire expression of the parties’ agreement with regard to the subject matter hereof. All prior and contemporaneous negotiations and agreements between the parties with regard to the subject matter hereof are expressly merged into and superseded by Pro Dashboard, the Rules and the Conditions of Contract.

Business Type: Indirect Vendors and Transportation Vendors 

The following provisions apply to Indirect Vendors and Transportation Vendors. 
Important: Pro Dashboard establishes certain terms and conditions for doing business with UGABS. This agreement governs your use of Pro Dashboard and constitutes a legally binding agreement between you and UGABS.

  1. Definitions.Capitalized terms used and not defined herein shall have the same meaning as in UGABS’s Pro Dashboard website (or any successor website thereto). For purposes of these Rules, the following terms used herein shall have the following definitions:• “Indirect Vendors” include the following vendor types:  Vendors who provide not-for-resale (non-retail) goods or services to UGABS.
    • “Pro Dashboard” means the private Internet website owned by UGABS with an address of www.ugabs.com/vl/sell/ (or any successor to such website).
    • “Rules” means this Rules of Use and Confidentiality Agreement.
    • “UGABS” means UGABS Corporation and its subsidiaries and operating divisions.
    • “Transportation Vendors” include the following vendor types:  Vendors that provide or arrange transportation services for UGABS.
    • “User” means any company to which UGABS has issued an ID and password combination for Pro Dashboard, together with the parent, subsidiaries, and/or affiliates of such company.
  2. Rules are Legally BindingUse of Pro Dashboard constitutes your agreement to the Rules. If you do not agree to the Rules, do not use Pro Dashboard.
    If you have any questions regarding the Rules or Pro Dashboard, before using  Pro Dashboard, contact your UGABS representative.If, at any time, you are no longer in agreement with the Rules, you must cease use of Pro Dashboard and, if you are a User, you must promptly notify UGABS. UGABS will then cancel any User’s ID and password.Neither UGABS nor User will contest the validity, enforceability or admissibility of hard copy printouts of these Rules, or any notice provided in accordance with these Rules and such hard copy printouts, if introduced as evidence in any judicial or administrative proceedings, will be admissible to the same extent and under the same conditions as other business records originated and maintained in documentary form.UGABS recommends that Users print and/or download copies of these Rules.
  3. ChangesUGABS may change the Rules at any time by posting notice of any such change in the “Important Updates” section on the home page of Pro Dashboard (following the User login). All changes shall have an effective date of seven (7) days after they have been posted in the “Important Updates” section unless a later date is specified. It is User’s responsibility to review the “Important Updates” section regularly to obtain notice of such changes. Use of Pro Dashboard following any such change, continuing to maintain an active User ID and password following any such change, or continuing to do business with UGABS following any such change constitutes your agreement to the changed Rules.
  4. CopyrightThe entire contents of Pro Dashboard are copyrighted under United States law and are protected by worldwide copyright laws and treaty provisions. Materials from Pro Dashboard may not be copied, distributed or transmitted in any way without UGABS’s prior written consent, except that Users may download, print and copy any of the materials to which they have been granted access by UGABS for User’s internal use to further the business dealings between User and UGABS, provided the materials are not altered (in particular, copyright and trademark notices and notices of confidentiality may not be deleted) or modified.UGABS reserves full right, title, and interest in and to all intellectual property rights in any and all materials on or downloaded from Pro Dashboard. UGABS further reserves the right to revoke any of the foregoing privileges at any time.
  5. ConfidentialityIf User is a party to a non-disclosure agreement with UGABS, the terms of such agreement shall apply to information contained on Pro Dashboard (as UGABS Confidential Information) and the terms of this Section 5 shall not apply.  User agrees to the following with respect to any information contained in Pro Dashboard and any information relating to or used in UGABS’s business, regardless of whether it is marked “confidential” or otherwise (collectively, “Confidential Information”).Definition of “Confidential Information.” Confidential Information includes, but is not limited to, all business processes and procedures, systems, methods of doing business, data, reports, specifications, formulae, proposals, strategies, business plans and analyses, financial information and projections, personnel information, information about merchandising, information about past, present or potential customers, information about past, present or potential vendors, information about existing or future technology, future stores, and proprietary or third-party software. The foregoing notwithstanding, the term “Confidential Information” does not include and User shall have no obligation of confidentiality with respect to any information that: (a) is or becomes known to the public through no fault of User; (b) User already rightfully possessed before UGABS disclosed it to User; (c) is subsequently disclosed to User by a third party who is not under an obligation of confidentiality to UGABS; or (d) User developed independently without using Confidential Information.Obligation of Confidentiality. User shall not disclose Confidential Information to any of its officers, directors, employees, contractors or agents or to any third-party without UGABS’s written consent, except that User may disclose Confidential Information to its officers, directors, employees, contractors, and agents whose duties justify their need to know such Confidential Information, and who have been clearly informed of their obligation to maintain the confidential status of such Confidential Information.  User may disclose Confidential Information to the extent required by applicable federal, state or local law, regulation, court order, or other legal process, provided User has given UGABS prior written notice of such required disclosure and, to the extent reasonably possible, has given UGABS an opportunity to contest such required disclosure at UGABS’s expense.Protection of Confidential Information. User shall use the same care to prevent the unauthorized use or disclosure of the Confidential Information as User uses with respect to its own confidential information of a similar nature, which shall not in any case be less than the care a reasonable business person would use under similar circumstances. Without limiting the foregoing, User’s employees, or other persons permitted access to Confidential Information, will sign a written document acknowledging their obligation to maintain the confidential status of Confidential Information and the obligation to adhere to the information security requirements as described in the Rules.  In addition, User shall take reasonable action by instruction or otherwise with respect to User’s employees or other persons permitted access to Confidential Information to cause them to comply fully with User’s obligations under the Rules.Permitted Use of Confidential Information. User may not use the Confidential Information, or any information that it develops based on the Confidential Information, directly or indirectly for any purpose other than the purpose for which it was originally disclosed, or for any purposes which could be deemed to be averse to or competitive with UGABS or its business.Disclaimers. UGABS provides Confidential Information on an “AS IS” basis, without warranties of any kind. Without limiting the foregoing, UGABS does not represent or warrant that Confidential Information is accurate, complete or current. The disclosure of Confidential Information containing business plans is for planning purposes only. UGABS may change or cancel its plans at any time at its sole discretion. Disclosure of Confidential Information is not a representation that any type of business relationship between the parties will be concluded.Return of Confidential Information. Upon the request of UGABS, User shall cease using and, at UGABS’s option, either promptly return to UGABS or arrange for the destruction of all copies of any Confidential Information then in User’s possession or under User’s control. If UGABS directs User to destroy Confidential Information, User shall dispose of the Confidential Information in such a manner that the information cannot be read or reconstructed after destruction. Upon the written request of UGABS, User shall certify in writing that User has complied with the obligations set forth in this paragraph.Ownership of Confidential Information. UGABS shall retain all right, title and interest in and to Confidential Information. Neither the Rules nor any disclosure of Confidential Information shall be deemed to grant User any license or other intellectual property right.
    Information Security. (a) User shall take appropriate measures designed to protect the security, confidentiality, and integrity of Confidential Information; (b) access to Confidential Information shall be restricted to those officers, directors, employees, contractors, agents or other third parties whose duties justify their need to access Confidential Information and whose access UGABS deems appropriate; (c) User will contractually bind its agents and UGABS-approved third parties working for User to adhere to the confidentiality and security requirements described in the Rules; (d) User shall immediately remove the access of any employee, contractor, agent, or other third party to Confidential Information or any UGABS system upon termination of employment or any change in role; (e) User will ensure its employees have acknowledged receipt of User’s acceptable use policy on an annual basis and that such acknowledgement is maintained by User; (f) User shall have network security devices in place to prevent and detect unauthorized access toConfidential Information and UGABS systems. Such network devices shall log events completely, clearly and accurately; (a) User shall ensure that access to any UGABS system shall be protected by one of the following controls if any such system is unattended by User for 15 minutes of inactivity: (i) password protected screensaver; or (ii) session timeouts (forced logout); (b) User will have an Access Control policy that has been approved, published and implemented; (c) User shall have appropriate access controls in place to maintain the confidentiality of UGABS’s Confidential Information; and (d) Confidential Information shall continue to be subject to the terms of the Rules indefinitely.

    Injunctive Relief. User acknowledges that the unauthorized use or disclosure by User of Confidential Information would be likely to cause immediate and irreparable damage that could not be fully remedied by monetary damages. User therefore agrees that UGABS may specifically enforce the Rules and may seek such injunctive or other equitable relief to prevent such unauthorized use or disclosure without the necessity of proving actual damage.

  6. Information Security and Privacy
    Security and Privacy Policies. User shall have a security program that addresses the management of security and the security controls employed by the company. To the extent UGABS’s Confidential Information includes Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”), then User shall also have a privacy program and related policies that address how PII is collected, used and shared as applicable.  PII includes, but is not limited to, information about an identifiable individual, including name, social security number, driver’s license or state identification number, medical information, financial account number (e.g., credit card number), personal identification number (“PIN”), address, email address, or phone number.Reviews and Assessments. UGABS or its designated representative shall have the right to monitor, review and assess User’s security and privacy practices related to User’s handling of UGABS’s Confidential Information (“UGABS Assessment”). User shall make available audits, summaries of test results, or other evaluations to assist UGABS in monitoring compliance with the Rules.Incident Reporting and Response. User shall immediately notify UGABS of any unauthorized access to UGABS systems or if there is an incident involving UGABS’s Confidential Information.  Notice should be provided to the designated UGABS contact and by sending an email to security@UGABS.com. If unable to provide notice in this manner, notice should be provided by calling 1-800-997-8440. User shall partner with UGABS to respond to the Incident. Response may include: identifying key partners, investigating Incident, providing regular updates, determining notice obligations and identifying and executing remediation plans. Except as required by law, User shall not notify affected parties, regulators or other third parties without prior consultation with UGABS. User shall indemnify UGABS, its parent, affiliates and subsidiaries, and their respective directors, officers, shareholders, employees, contractors, and agents (“UGABS Parties”) for all reasonable costs, charges, and expenses resulting from any unauthorized access to Confidential Information.Legal Requirements and Industry Standards. User agrees to comply with applicable laws, regulatory requirements and industry standard information security and privacy practices.Cardholder Information. To the extent User handles cardholder information (e.g. credit or debit card information), operates within UGABS’s cardholder data environment, or could impact the security of UGABS’s cardholder data environment, User acknowledges its responsibility to secure such cardholder information and agrees to comply with applicable Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard requirements (“PCI DSS”). User understands that the PCI DSS requirements may exceed or be in addition to the requirements herein.
  7. Security of IDs and Passwords and System ProtectionUser is responsible for maintaining the security and confidentially of IDs and passwords issued to User. User shall ensure that it uses strong passwords (for example, passwords that are at a minimum strength of 8 characters and use 3 of 4 ASCII character sets). User shall use two-factor authentication (token supplied by UGABS) for any remote access to UGABS hosted systems or applications that contain UGABS Confidential Information. User shall not permit unauthorized individuals to use User’s IDs and/or passwords to access Pro Dashboard, nor shall User permit any individuals to share User’s IDs and/or passwords with other individuals to access Pro Dashboard. User is responsible for the actions of any individuals using User’s IDs and passwords to access Pro Dashboard. User agrees to defend and indemnify UGABS against any claims, losses, damages, costs, expenses, fines and other liabilities arising out of User’s failure to maintain the security and confidentiality of its IDs and/or passwords or arising out of the unlawful use of Pro Dashboard by User or any person who obtains access to Pro Dashboard using User’s ID and password.
  8. Anti-Virus ProtectionUser agrees to run anti-virus software before transmitting data to or through Pro Dashboard. User may use any commercially available, industry recognized anti-virus software of the type that detects and disinfects viruses automatically without the need for User to execute virus scanning for each file manually. User must update its anti-virus software on a regular basis and in no event less often than once each quarter. UGABS strongly recommends updating anti-virus software every month.
  9. DisclaimersUGABS is providing Pro Dashboard and its contents on an “as is”, “as available” basis and makes no representations or warranties of any kind with respect to Pro Dashboard or its contents. UGABS disclaims all representations and warranties, whether express, implied or statutory, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
    Without limiting the foregoing, UGABS does not warrant that the operation of Pro Dashboard will be uninterrupted or error-free. User is responsible for taking appropriate precautions against damage to its operations that could be caused by defects, interruptions, or malfunctions of Pro Dashboard and assumes the risk of such occurrences.
    UGABS reserves the right to make changes to or to discontinue operation of Pro Dashboard at any time.
  10. Limitations on UGABS’s LiabilityBy accessing Pro Dashboard, User agrees that none of the UGABS Parties will be liable for any direct or indirect loss or damages arising out of, resulting from, or connected with UGABS’s operation of Pro Dashboard or User’s use of Pro Dashboard, whether based on negligence, breach of contract or warranty, or otherwise. This is a comprehensive limitation of liability that applies to all damages of any kind, including general, special, consequential (including, lost profits or savings), incidental and exemplary damages. If any part of this limitation on liability is found to be invalid or unenforceable for any reason, then a UGABS Party’s maximum aggregate liability under such circumstances for liabilities that otherwise would have been limited shall not exceed $1,000.00.
  11. GeneralModifications. No addition to or modifications of the Rules or waiver of any of the Rules shall be binding on UGABS or User unless made in accordance with Section 3 hereof or in writing and executed on behalf of UGABS and User.Governing Law and Venue. The laws of the State of Texas, without regard to Texas’s choice of law principles, govern all matters arising out of or related to the Rules. The parties agree that the exclusive forum and venue for any lawsuit arising out of or related to the Rules shall be the United States District Court for the District of Texas, and the parties submit to the personal jurisdiction of that court. If neither subject matter nor diversity jurisdiction exists in the United States District Court for the District of Texas, then the exclusive forum and venue for any such action shall be the courts of the State of Texas located in Harris County, and the parties submit to the personal jurisdiction of that court.Waivers. No provision of the Rules may be waived, except pursuant to a writing executed by the party against whom the waiver is sought. No failure to exercise, partial exercise of, or delay in exercising any right or remedy or requiring the satisfaction of any condition under the Rules operates as a waiver or estoppel of any right, remedy, or condition.Remedies. All remedies provided for in the Rules shall be cumulative and in addition to and not in lieu of any other remedies available at law, in equity or otherwise.Severability. If any provision of the Rules is held invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the validity, legality and enforceability of the remaining provisions will not be affected or impaired.Survival. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, (i) any duty or obligation that has been incurred under the Rules and that has not been fully observed, performed or discharged, and any right which has been created under the Rules and which has not been fully enjoyed, enforced or satisfied, shall survive the termination or expiration of the Rules until such duty or obligation has been fully observed, performed or discharged and such right has been fully enjoyed, enforced or satisfied, and (ii) all representations, warranties and indemnities shall survive the termination of or expiration of the Rules.Entire Agreement. The Rules constitute the entire expression of the parties’ agreement with regard to the subject matter hereof.  All prior and contemporaneous negotiations and agreements between the parties with regard to the subject matter hereof are expressly merged into and superseded by the Rules.

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