Data Protection Officer
Data Protection Officer:
The privacy law stipulates that in a number of cases a Privacy Officer, also referred to as a Data protection officer, is mandatory within an organization.
The privacy law prescribes that in a number of cases a Privacy Officer, also referred to as a Data protection officer, is mandatory within an organization.
- Government organization;
- Processes that, due to their nature, size and / or their purposes, require regular and systematic large-scale observation of data subjects;
- is mainly responsible for large-scale processing of special categories of data pursuant to Article 9 and of personal data with regard to criminal convictions and offenses as referred to in Article 10.
Given the complexity of the issues and legal requirements, it is advisable to appoint an independent adviser. This is possible on a project basis (interim) or on the basis of a maintenance contract. The DPO is also the intermediary with the national legal regulator (national supervisor), the AP (Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens).
Triple-B Consultancy offers you a “maintenance contract” to ensure the accountability of your organization or to support you on a project basis.
In addition, Triple-B Consultancy has all the skills on board to ensure that information security is technically and organizationally maintained at the required legal level.