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CONFIDENTIAL STATEMENT

SP Kurganov Vyacheslav Yakovlevich OGRNIP: 315502400008944, INN: 772785349190

Moscow, January 1, 2018

1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

1.1. This Regulation has been developed in accordance with the Civil Code of the Russian Federation, Federal Law of July 29, 2004 N 98-FZ "On Commercial Secrets" and other federal laws and regulatory legal acts of the Russian Federation for the regulation of relations related to the establishment, change and termination of the commercial secret regime in relation to information constituting a secret of production (know-how), as well as the "Regulation on the processing of personal data" IE Kurganov Vyacheslav Yakovlevich OGRNIP: 315502400008944, INN: 772785349190 (hereinafter - the Organization).

1.2. Definitions used in this Regulation:

1.2.1. Confidential information (information constituting a commercial secret) - information of any nature (production, technical, economic, organizational and others), including the results of intellectual activity in the scientific and technical field, as well as information on the methods of carrying out professional activities that are valid or potential commercial value due to the fact that they are unknown to third parties, to which third parties do not have free access on a legal basis and in respect of which the owner of such information has introduced a commercial secret regime.

1.2.2. Owner of confidential information - a person who legally owns information constituting a commercial secret, has restricted access to this information and established a commercial secret regime in relation to it.

1.2.3. Disclosure of confidential information - an action or inaction, as a result of which information constituting a commercial secret, in any possible form (oral, written, other form, including using technical means) becomes known to third parties without the consent of the owner of such information or in spite of the labor or civil law contract.

1.3. In order to protect the confidentiality of information, the Employer is obliged:

1.3.1. To acquaint, on receipt, an employee whose access to information constituting a commercial secret is necessary for him to fulfill his job duties, with a list of information constituting a commercial secret, the owners of which are the Employer and his counterparties.

1.3.2. To acquaint the employee, on receipt, with the trade secret regime established by the Employer and with the measures of responsibility for its violation.

1.3.3. Create the necessary conditions for the employee to comply with the trade secret regime established by the employer.

1.4. In order to protect the confidentiality of information of the Organization, the employee is obliged:

1.4.1. Comply with the trade secret regime established by the Employer.

1.4.2. Not to disclose information constituting a commercial secret, the owners of which are the Employer and his counterparties, and without their consent not to use this information for personal purposes.

1.4.3. Transfer to the Employer upon termination or termination of the employment contract the material media in the employee's use containing information constituting a trade secret, or to destroy such information or delete it from these material media under the control of the Employer.

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1.5. The head of the Organization is responsible for ensuring the confidentiality of information in the Organization.

1.6. A document or other medium containing confidential information is stamped "Commercial secret" with the date, surname and signature of the person who put the stamp.

2. LIST OF INFORMATION CONTAINING

CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION OF THE ORGANIZATION

2.1. Confidential information of the Organization is:

2.1.1. Information on questions of management, personnel, staff, legal questions and questions of regional policy of the Organization.

2.1.2. Information on the economic, financial and accounting activities of the Organization.

2.1.3. Information on commercial activities in the internal market of the Organization.

2.1.4. Information on the questions of the foreign economic activity of the Organization.

2.2. The trade secret regime cannot be established in relation to the information listed in Art. 5 of the Federal Law of 29.07.2004 N 98-FZ "On commercial secrets".

3. PROTECTION OF CONFIDENTIALITY OF INFORMATION

Measures to protect the confidentiality of information taken by the head of the Organization should include:

1) determination of the list of information constituting a commercial secret;

2) restricting access to information constituting a commercial secret by establishing a procedure for handling this information and monitoring compliance with this procedure;

3) records of persons who have gained access to information constituting a commercial secret and (or) persons to whom such information was provided or transferred;

4) regulation of relations on the use of information constituting a commercial secret by employees on the basis of labor contracts and contractors on the basis of civil law contracts;

5) application to material carriers containing information constituting a commercial secret, or inclusion in the requisites of documents containing such information, the stamp "Commercial secret" indicating the owner of such information (for legal entities - the full name and location).

4. PROCEDURE FOR ACCESS TO CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION

4.1. On all issues of the Organization's activities, the head of the Organization has access to confidential information.

4.2. On matters within their competence, the following persons have access to confidential information of the Organization:

- Head of the organization;

- Deputy Heads of the Organization;

- Chief Accountant of the Organization;

- employees whose labor contract contains an appropriate condition on non-disclosure of confidential information;

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4.3. The admission is issued on the basis of the employee's application indicating the reason for obtaining certain information, as well as the need to copy the specified information using technical means.

4.4. The application is considered by the persons specified in clauses 4.1 and 4.2 of these Regulations within 5 days. Based on the results of consideration of the application, a decision is made on the admission or refusal of the employee's admission to the information requested by him.

4.5. The organization, upon the motivated request of a public authority, other state body, local self-government body, provides them with information constituting confidential information free of charge. The motivated request must be signed by an authorized official, contain an indication of the purpose and legal basis for requesting information constituting a commercial secret, and the time period for providing this information, unless otherwise established by the current legislation of the Russian Federation.

5. PROCEDURE FOR WORKING WITH CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION

5.1. Work with confidential information is carried out in compliance with the requirements of this Regulation.

5.2. Issuance and return of confidential information carriers are recorded in the journal of work with confidential information.

5.3. Information about the copying of confidential information is entered into the log of work with confidential information.

6. RESPONSIBILITY FOR DISCLOSURE OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION

6.1. Persons who have disclosed confidential information, as well as persons who have violated the procedure for accessing, working and storing confidential information established by this Regulation, bear disciplinary, civil, administrative or criminal liability in accordance with the current legislation of the Russian Federation.

6.2. An employee who, in connection with the performance of his job duties, has gained access to information constituting a commercial secret, the owners of which are the Employer and his counterparties, in the event of deliberate or careless disclosure of this information in the absence of corpus delicti in the actions of such an employee, bears disciplinary responsibility in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation. Federation.