The advisory and analysis services on the assessment of the level of compliance with the requirements of the EU REGULATION 2016/679 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL, dated April 27, 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of these data, cover at least the following aspects:
1. Ensuring the governance structure regarding the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data (PDCP)
2. Inventory of personal data
4. Integration of data confidentiality in operations
5. Training and Awareness Program
6. Information Security Risk Management
7. Third Party Risk Management
8. Use of Information
9. Response to Requests and Complaints
10. Monitoring Operational Practices
11. Privacy Violation Management Program
12. Monitoring data handling practices
13. Compliance of external requirements
GDPR requires organizations that process personal data to appoint a person dedicated to the administration and protection of personal data, a role called Data Protection Officer (DPO). This person can be an in house employee or more secure, outsourcing the service to a specialized company - DPO as a Service (DaaS). Advantages of using DaaS services:
DPO will be responsible for monitoring the compliance with the GDPR rules, providing you advice on the obligations regarding the protection of personal data, on when and how an impact assessment must be performed for your processing and will be the contact person for any requests from the National Authority for the Supervision of Personal Data Processing ANSPDCP and the data subjects.
- The outsourced DPO service ensures full compliance and ensures that any fines are reduced or mitigated to the lowest possible level.
- The contractual responsibility.
- Lack of qualification and certification costs.
- Confidentiality of information.
- Security breach management.
- Proactive and objective involvement in the operational processes involved.
- Overall, significantly reduced costs.