Many organisations are required by the GDPR to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO). Future thinking organisations are choosing to appoint a DPO, even when optional, to help regulate their privacy and build a stronger foundation of trust with their customers.
The complex tasks required of the DPO are set out clearly in the GDPR and consequently the DPO must be appointed on the basis of relevant experience and data privacy knowledge. This has created a huge demand for such individuals ensuring that good resources are now very hard to find and require considerable investment.
DPO as a Servicetm from DQM GRC aims to support those organisations that might otherwise find gaining this knowledge and driving the change they need hard to accomplish.
The GDPR allows for organisations to appoint an external DPO based on a service contract - this means that we can provide access to our team of highly experienced data professional consultants who can act on your behalf as your DPO, all backed by the best technology, management experience and legal advisors.
DPO as a Servicetm meets the GDPR's mandatory requirements as defined in Article 39:
Along with fulfilling the above tasks DPO as a Service™ includes;