Your Data Protection Officer holds an active role in an organisation, advising on and monitoring compliance with GDPR and other data privacy regulations (for example, PECR / ePrivacy / DPA2018).
They establish audit controls and KPIs, and perform regular assessments of areas of greatest risk, especially new processing activities. If you are audited, or if there is a breach, your DPO’s ability to demonstrate compliance will be critical.
If any of the following statements are true about your organisation, then you may fall within the scope of Article 37 and need a DPO:
Certainly, and it is always good practice to hire from within where possible. However, like many organisations, you might not need a full time DPO, or your processing activities might require a level of expertise that is proving challenging and expensive to recruit for.
Our 3-tiered fixed price service is based on proven results rather than being restricted by the number of hours. All delivered by our experts, who work with you by:
In addition to our traditional areas of Financial Services, Life Sciences, Energy, Tech, Media & Telco, and Government, we also specifically support the health care and education sectors, charity, marketing and media, recruitment, gaming, cryptocurrency and eCommerce.
By choosing Chaucer’s Outsourced DPO service, you can have the assurance that 30+ years of expertise brings, while saving you time and remaining within your budget.
Our data privacy team are at hand to discuss your specific processing activities and business particulars, to provide an accurate quote for shared DPO services.
In certain circumstances under the GDPR legislation, groups of similar organisations are allowed to share a Data Protection Officer. For more information about Chaucer’s Shared Data Protection Officer service, ideal for a group of 5 or more clinics, practices or healthcare-related businesses in the same region (pharmacies, GPs, medical practices, optometrists, dentists), please click here ››