This is usually a prohibition on the disclosure of the information in any way, except as authorized by the disclosing party, and for the purpose as defined in the confidentiality agreement. The section may also provide that the recipient of the confidential information will use their best efforts to preserve and protect the confidential information in the same manner in which they would preserve and secure their own personal information. Any breach of this clause will usually result in a breach of the underlying agreement (eg. employment agreement, contractor agreement, offer of purchase etc.), and may engage the remedies provisions of both the underlying agreement and the confidentiality agreement. If the underlying agreement so provides, breach of this provision may also give the disclosing party the right to terminate the underlying agreement.