5.1 Definition of confidential information. Any party („party to the reception”) may, as part of its provision of professional services in the context of this sub-activity, receive, access and acquire technical and commercial information from conversations with the other party („disclosure party”), which may not be accessible or known to the general public, including, but not only, technical and commercial information on the material, software, designs, specifications, techniques, procedures, procedures, research, development, third-party products or services and other third-party proprietary or confidential information that the public party treats confidentially and (i) identified as „confidential” or „confidential” or other, (ii) when oral disclosure is made and confirmed in writing within a reasonable period of time. , or (iii) information that a sensible person knows or should have been known, („Confidential information”). Without limitation of the above, Octa`s confidential information includes Octa`s work product and (ii) the confidential information of both parties, the terms of the professional service agreement and any statement of work contained in it. Confidential information does not contain information or material that is or becomes known to the public, now or in general, without violating this professional service agreement; (b) the receiving party was rightly known by the public party prior to its receipt; (c) is received legally by a third party without limitation of use or disclosure and without the violation of the agreement or the obligation of trust of that third party; or (d) be designed independently of the receiving party, without access to confidential information, as shown by the relevant documents and other evidence held by the receiving party. „SOW” refers to the work statement that applies (if any) to the professional services package you purchased as part of Professional Services, located at www.bettercloud.com/statementsofwork/ or under another URL that we provide from time to time. 14.5 Ownership and destruction of confidential information. Between Discloser and the recipient, all of Discloser`s confidential information is the property of Discloser, and no license or other rights are granted or implied. All materials made available to the recipient of Discloser, whether they contain or reveal confidential information, are the property of Discloser.