Appointing a Data Protection Officer is becoming mandatory for all data-driven European businesses. Our external Data Protection Officer product provides crucial expertise and an affordable alternative to employing a privacy expert to ensure ‘smart compliance’ with EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
How do I know my company needs a Data Protection Officer?
GDPR requires you to appoint an internal or external Data Protection Officer if your core activities consist of personal data processing operations which, by virtue of their nature, their scope and/or their purposes, require regular and systematic monitoring of individuals on a large scale. Monitoring includes all forms of tracking and profiling on the internet, including for the purposes of behavioural advertising.
You can read our White Paper to find out why having a Data Protection Officer is becoming a must for many European businesses.
What will the Data Protection Officer do for my company?
Data Protection Officer will monitor compliance with EU and national data protection laws, notably GDPR, company policies and best practices. This compliance would include:
- Data Protection Impact Assessment in case of the introduction of new analytics techniques or new technologies such as IoT, Big Data analytics, or Cloud Computing;
- the assignment of responsibilities, awareness-raising and training of staff involved in processing operations, and the related audits;
- your reaction in case of any Personal Data Breach.
The Data Protection Officer works directly with the highest management level of your company and is ready to answer any difficult questions arising out of your day-to-day data processing.
You should read our comic strip for easy understanding of the Data Protection Officer role. Our ‘smart compliance’ approach in performing these tasks will enable you to both avoid the pitfalls of unlawful data processing, and to increase consumer trust in your data analytics and other operations.
Your next steps
You can get a quote for our Data Protection Officer outsourcing by clicking on the ‘Get a quote’ button below, and we will get in touch shotly. If you believe you only require a one-off Data Protection Audit, get in touch with us in the same way to let us know your thoughts, and we will come up with an audit or consultancy offer for you as applicable.
In providing our Data Protection Outsourcing product, we rely on our valued partners across Europe:
Need more information? Read a case study to find our how we helped startup MyRecovery manage sensitive personal information they gather. Or you can explore our Knowledge Centre and get an overview from privacy lawyer Nina Marot what GDPR means for European businesses.