We are commited to provide you expert GDPR advice.
In order to comply with the GDPR, some companies and organisations are required to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO). Even when appointing a DPO is not legally required, it is still recommended on a voluntary basis to ensure accountability.
A DPO needs to have expert knowledge of data protection law and practices, and be independent. An external DPO can be appointed on the basis of a service contract.
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Data protection risks affect every company and organisation.
With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Network Information Security Directive (NIS) and the Cybersecurity Act, data protection and information security are regulated by a comprehensive legal framework.
Individuals are increasingly contacting data protection authorities to ask questions about the GDPR and lodge complaints about respect for their rights.
Failure to comply with regulatory requirements can lead to prosecution, severe fines and damage to your reputation.