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DPO support service (GDPR)

DPO support service (GDPR)

SKU: 4997
Format: Consultancy
Published: 02 Jul 2018

A flexible, pay-as-you-go service for DPOs (data protection officers) needing complementary DPO support. Ideal for those who don’t want to commit to a monthly contract – simply prepay for the support hours you need.

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Description

Support and expertise for DPOs

Many DPOs find it challenging to successfully meet their DPO responsibilities, particularly if fulfilling the role part-time or for a group of organisations.

IT Governance’s DPO support service (GDPR) is ideal for existing DPOs who need additional support, resources or expertise. It offers a flexible and cost-effective service that draws upon our DPO expertise.


Prepaid support hours

The DPO support service is available to purchase in prepaid blocks of 1, 4, 8 or 12 hours, and must be redeemed within 12 months.

Our experienced DPOs will:

  • Review and advise on policies, procedures and documentation relating to processing personal data – Article 39(1)(a);
  • Advise on the establishment and maintenance of the personal data processing register (the ‘Article 30 Record’) – Article 39(1)(a);
  • Provide guidance on data breach monitoring, management and reporting – Article 39(1)(a);
  • Provide advice and guidance on responding to privacy rights requests from individuals (information, access, rectification, objection, erasure, right to data portability) – Article 38(4). The process management of privacy rights requests is not within the scope of the DPO service;
  • Advise on contacting data protection authorities for all data protection issues – Article 39(1)(d) and (e); and
  • Advise on monitoring compliance with the GDPR – Article 39(1)(b). Assist clients with information collection to identify personal data processing activities, verify GDPR compliance of the processing activities, and provide advice and guidance on compliance best practice.

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