Data Protection Officer (DPO) role is at the heart of European data protection framework. GDPR is centred around accountability of each organisation for its handling of personal data, and the DPO role is critical to demonstrate and facilitate compliance.
In addition, GDPR requires you to show that your DPO holds the necessary professional qualifications and performs their job independently.
Outsourcing to White Label DPO makes it easier to fulfil these requirements.
Informing and advising your management and staff who carry out processing operations about their obligations under the GDPR and other data protection provisions,
Monitoring compliance with your internal policies relating to protection of personal data, the GDPR and other data protection provisions,
Providing advice on Data Protection Impact Assessments, where requested, and monitor its performance,
Cooperating with the relevant supervisory authority,
Consulting where appropriate with the supervisory authority and act as contact point for and on issues relating to processing.