What is DPO?
Most organizations are required to have a Data Protection Officer (DPO). Even when it is not required, it is recommended.
A DPO should e.g. monitor the processing of personal data, implement policies, give advice regarding privacy and assess GDPR compliance.
- Works like your own Data Protection Officer but as an outsourced service
- You get the knowledge and expertise of privacy professionals with core privacy understanding
- Saves time and resources
- No conflict of interest
- The clear pricing from the outset makes budgeting easy
- You can fully concentrate on developing your business
What is included?
- A registered point of contact + a dedicated team of lawyers
- Continuous management and counseling
- Performing all tasks required of a DPO
- Various templates for documentation
- Legal analysis on an advisory level
- Contacts with the supervisory authority and data subjects when required
- Meetings with your DPO at least twice a year
- MyFondia → easy access to the documents
- Our privacy lawyers are members of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)
- We have experience of handling data breaches