Identify and understand your various privacy and data protection obligations.
Preserve customer trust and develop brand value.
Protect personal information, get better data protection management, and prevention of data breaches.
Improve your corporate risk management plan, mitigate the frequency and impact of negative events, such as reputational damage, lawsuits and high fines.
Maintain business continuity by keeping the flow of compliant data within your supply chain.
Stay up with leading services in privacy and security.
Several laws require the appointment of a DPO/CPO, for example,
Under section 4.1 of PIPEDA "Accountability Principle", organizations must designate a representative to oversee the organization's compliance with the ten privacy principles (i.e. a Privacy Officer).
The GDPR provides for three specific instances where the appointment of a DPO is mandatory:
The tasks of the DPO/CPO can be performed internally by a full-time or part-time employee, or externally by a service provider (DPOaaS/CPOaaS).
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