A DPO should be appointed if:
non-exhaustive list includes:
As CyberTek has a Certified Data Protection Officer, it has put us in the position to offer this as an outsourced option to businesses saving them money and time, as you will not require a full-time Data Protection Officer on staff.
With the GDPR just around the corner, one of the requirements is a mandatory Data Protection Officer, under certain requirements. Having a Certified Data Protection Officer on call when needed cannot be a bad thing if you do require one.
A retainer fee is required to officially have us, CyberTek Consultancy, as your outsourced Data Protection Officer, This includes two PIA's (Protection Impact Assessment) per year, plus limited advice at the entry level. We will recommend a level of service based on your business requirements. We act as your intermediary to ICO.
Before CyberTek will allow our name to be used as your Data Protection Officer, you will have to be compliant with GDPR. Before this, we will need to carry out a gap analysis and see that steps are being taken to move towards compliance, once compliant we will then act as your DPO.
We have all the necessary skills and services (and partners if required) to manage a project to ensure your company is compliant for the GDPR.
After which you can then choose to use our Data Protection Services.
The simple answer is YES, every business that deals with EU Citizens has to comply with the GDPR. This is an ongoing process to show you are compliant, this is not a one off thing you need to do. If you want more information please contact us to arrange a meeting.