Data breach reporting: oversight
Under the EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), certain organizations must appoint a DPO (data protection officer), a role whose position and tasks are defined in Articles 38 and 39 of the Regulation.
Even if you are under no obligation to appoint a DPO, it is often worth assigning responsibility for data protection to an individual, even if you do not call them a DPO.
Many organizations find it challenging to meet their DPO responsibilities, given the breadth of knowledge required, which is why you can also outsource the function to an external DPO. If you have someone who can take on the role, it would be beneficial for them to attend DPO training to give them the practical knowledge required.
We are able to train your DPO or act as your DPO, depending on your needs.
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We are able to train your DPO, or act as your DPO, depending on your needs.
DPO as a service (GDPR) is a practical and cost-effective solution for organisations that do not have the data protection expertise and knowledge to fulfil their DPO obligations under the GDPR.
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Organizations in North America that offer goods or services to individuals in the EU, or monitor their behavior, will generally have to appoint a representative established in an EU member state. The representative acts on your behalf in relation to your personal data processing activities, and acts as a local contact for data subjects and supervisory authorities.
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