Amendment of the “Standard Contract” (March 2019) 1. Clause 1 f is supplemented as follows: (9) use the secunet edge Central Management for Azure with one (1) secunet edge device (single device license). (10) The Customer is not entitled to use the web application on premises. 2. Clause 2b is supplemented as follows: For more information about the purpose and scope of data collection, including the rights of the data subject and options for adjusting Microsoft Azure Marketplace settings, please refer to the Publisher’s Privacy Policy. 3. Clause 2c (1) is supplemented as follows: Customer as a controller ensures that personal data he provides to the Publisher has to be adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purposes for which they are processed. 4. According to Clause 10 a, the term for each order shall be one month. The subscription period begins by downloading the software. The subscription is automatically extended by another month, unless the Customer terminates the subscription according to clause 10 b. 5. Clause 10b sentence 1 is replaced by: “Either party may terminate this Agreement or any Order without cause on 7 days’ notice to the end of the subscription. 6. Clause 11j (2) is replaced by: “Outside the United States and Canada: If you acquired the Offering in any other country, german law shall apply exclusively except the regulations referring to other legal systems. The application of CISG is excluded. 7. In case Customer is a company that has its registered office in the EU, clause 14 is replaced by: (1) Irrespective of the legal grounds, Publisher shall only be liable for compensation for damages and reimbursement of wasted expenditure in the event of wilful conduct or gross negligence or culpable breach of a cardinal contractual duty. In the event of a breach of a cardinal contractual duty, Publisher’s liability, except in cases of wilful conduct or gross negligence, shall be limited to the typically foreseeable damage. The foregoing limitations of liability shall not apply in the event of personal injury, statutory liability under product liability legislation and a guarantee assumed by Publisher vis-à-vis the Customer. (2) Publisher's liability for data loss is limited to the cost of restoration that would have been incurred for the regular and risk-appropriate creation of permissible backup copies and performance of necessary precautionary measures in the Customer’s area of responsibility. This is without prejudice to section 254 BGB. (3) The foregoing limitations of liability shall also apply directly vis-à-vis the employees, representatives and vicarious agents of Publisher. (4) The strict liability of Publisher pursuant to section 536a, para. 1, 1st alternative of the BGB due to defects already existing at the time of conclusion of the contract is excluded. The liability for fault remains unaffected. (5) The publisher shall not be liable for any damage resulting from the connection of the infrastructure with the IT of third parties not covered by this offer. (6) The limitation period for warranty and compensation claims by Customer against Publisher is one year from the commencement of the statutory german limitation period. If legislation provides for maximum periods for the limitation of compensation claims, the claims shall become time-barred no later than on expiry of these statutory maximum periods. 8. The Publisher is entitled to outsource parts of the performance of the contract to third parties, who may also subcontract parts of the performance of the contract, if necessary. 9. The software includes open-source components. The Customer undertakes to comply with the relevant licensing terms, which the Publisher shall provide in advance on request. 10. The client shall bear sole responsibility for the functionality of its Internet access including the transmission paths as well as its own computer.