Tag: external DPO

Tag: external DPO

Best Practices for Data Backup and Disaster Recovery

The following best practices for data backup and disaster recovery can help protect the data within your business and maintain compliance with data protection laws.   Data protection is not just a legal requirement, but a fundamental aspect of maintaining a secure and resilient business. It is important to protect data from unauthorised access, use,

Compliance for tech and retail businesses: A guide to data protection regulations

Operating a tech or retail business which requires the collection of personal information from individuals within the EU or UK requires careful consideration of compliance regulations. This is a guide to data protection regulations in the EU and UK.    Data protection is of particular  concern for businesses, especially those operating in the technology and

How Outsourced DPO helped Tech & Retail companies to achieve compliance

Aphaia’s Outsourced DPO services have helped many tech and retail companies achieve compliance between 2017 – 2023.   In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing world, businesses are faced with a host of challenges when it comes to compliance. With the rise of data protection regulations, companies need to ensure that they are adhering to the strict

Differences between in-house and Outsourced DPOs: Pros and Cons for Tech & Retail companies

When considering to appoint a DPO, it is important for companies to understand the differences between in-house and outsourced DPOs, in order to determine the best approach for their specific needs.   As data privacy and data protection regulations become more exacting, companies are under increasing pressure to ensure that their data handling practices are

GDPR direct application explained by European Commission

Four months before the General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ) comes into force, the EU Commission released a communication to the EU Parliament and Council on GDPR direct application , highlighting the innovations and opportunities of the new legal system, the measures already taken by the involved parties and the further steps to be