Easily outsource the role of DPO to an independent and experienced expert


The data protection officer

Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), certain organizations (data controllers and processors) are obliged to appoint a data privacy officer (DPO). The duties of the DPO include advising and training employees in the field of data protection and performing baseline measurements and internal audits. In addition, the DPO acts as a contact person for the regulatory authority. The DPO is also the contact person in case of a complaint or question from a person whose data is being kept or processed.

An independent DPO

It is important that the DPO has an independent position. After all, he or she assesses the security measures taken and ensures compliance with the various laws relating to data processing. Many organizations, therefore, choose to outsource the role of DPO. Also as they do not have the capacity and knowledge in-house to appoint a DPO internally or to train them at high costs. An external, independent DPO also forms a useful buffer between the organization and third parties. By deploying external expertise, privacy and data protection are dealt with quickly and professionally and taken to a higher level.


“Based on our broad expertise, we can immediately fulfill the important role of DPO professionally for companies.”

Jeremy Bode – Data protection officer

Assurance with an external DPO 

With our DPO-as-a-service service, we can fulfill the role of DPO for any type of organization. Fast, scalable, and professional. Thanks to our independence, we are able to advise your organization objectively. For a fixed price per month, you not only have a DPO at your disposal but all our templates and tools. Via the DPO, you also get access to the expertise of all his colleagues. The DPO guides you in setting up important activities, such as establishing and implementing a data breach procedure, conducting data protection impact assessments, and developing a training plan.

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