Data Protection Officer Roles and Responsibilities
Our DPO services include:
Effective May 25, 2018, GDPR requires entities that process personal information of EU residents to appoint an independent data protection officer (DPO) if the entity is a public authority/body, or if the entity carries out certain types of processing activities.
DPOs assist covered entities in monitoring internal compliance, inform and advice on data protection obligations, provide advice on Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs) and act as a contact point for employees, data subjects and the supervisory authority (ICO).
DPOs must be independent, must have expertise in data protection, be adequately resourced, and report to the highest management level.
DPOs can be existing employees or externally appointed.
Monitoring compliance with GDPR and other data protection laws, e.g. CCPA, HIPAA, and state laws.
Advice on compliance with GDPR and other data protection laws.
Workforce training on compliance with GDPR and other data protection laws.
Serve as point of contact for the ICO, employees and individuals.