Our experienced data privacy specialists can fully assess your current level of compliance with UK GDPR (Data Protection Act 2018). Your DPO will come up with a list of actions that your organisation needs to take to ensure you are GDPR compliant.
Use our DPO Self Assessment Tool to see if you need one for your organisation. Note – click here if you are looking for a UK Representative.
Every organisation needs to be GDPR compliant, but not everyone knows exactly what this means. DPO as a service allows you to understand where you are at the moment, and helps you take the steps you need to be fully compliant with UK GDPR.
Your appointed Data Protection Officer will attend your offices on a planned, regular basis (level 4 and above) to meet with senior management and provide them with a written report on any current risks and issues. This includes any interaction with the ICO.
We want to fully integrate our services into your organisation, so that we can mutually progress towards implementing ‘privacy by design’. With this in mind, we typically like to work with our clients for at least twelve months.
We can provide regular advice and guidance by telephone and email, as and when you require it. We always try to provide you with the answer you need within 24 hours of initial contact. This includes dealing with enquiries from new and potential customers, as well as assisting with bid management processes.
Our DPOs are heavily involved in providing initial guidance on breaches of data protection and also the handling of Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs). Depending on the level of service you have chosen, we often take full accountability for managing these issues within your organisation.