Why do you need to appoint a Data Protection Officer?
The main mission of a DPO is to make sure that the organisation that appointed them acts in compliance with the data protection legal framework.
The function of the Data Protection Officer (DPO) is a key element of co-regulation, through practice.
Submit a report to the Data Controller
Establish and maintain “accountability” documentation
with the data
Ensure compliance with the legal framework
Interact with the Data Protection Authority (e.g. ICO)
What are the required skills to become a DPO?
The role of DPO requires expert skills in the following areas:
Why choose an outsourced DPO?
It is unlikely that your company will have an employee with:
The required skills
Data Privacy Professionals has the legal, technical, operational, linguistic, behavioural required skills.
Data Privacy Professionals has the time to fulfil the role of Data Protection Officer for your organisation.
The required experience
The role of Data Protection Officer involves extensive experience in many areas.
Data Privacy Professionals’ outsourced DPO offer
Within the framework of the GDPR, the consulting firm Data Privacy Professionals offers you to become the outsourced DPO of your company.
The DPO as a Service (DPOaaS) offer depends on the size and the sector of activity of your company and starts from 4 days of mission per year.
Workload and costs under control
In order to provide the most suitable outsourced DPO solution, we assess the fixed and variable workloads upstream by carrying out an audit. This initial phase determines the real needs of your company and identifies its GDPR maturity.
DPO as a Service (DPOaaS)
Data Privacy Professionals meets both long and short term needs. The DPO as a Service offer guarantees great flexibility, controlled costs and freedom in your decisions.
Why choose Data Privacy Professionals?
Our areas of intervention
Data Privacy Professionals acts as DPO in:
○ Grand-Est : Bas-Rhin (Strasbourg), Haut-Rhin (Colmar, Mulhouse), Moselle (Metz), Meurthe-et-Moselle (Nancy), Vosges (Saint-Dié, Epinal), Meuse (Bar-le-Duc), Aube (Troyes), Ardennes (Charleville-Mézières), Marne (Reims, Châlon-en-Champagne), Haute-Marne
○ Ile-de-France : Paris
○ Bade-Wurtemberg : Karlsruhe, Fribourg, Stuttgart, Offenbourg, Kehl
○ Sarre : Sarrebruck
• Switzerland : Basel
• United Kingdom : London