Data Protection Officer from Qnister
To find someone within the organization who is suitable to be a Data Protection Officer can often be unnecessarily difficult and require a lot of resources.
Let Qnister act on your behalf as a Data Protection Officer in your organization. We have data protection specialists with many years of experience working with personal data management.
Many organizations that handle personal data are, according to the GDPR, required to appoint a DPO, short for Data Protection Officer. The overall and most important task of a DPO is to monitor that the organization complies with the GDPR and to act as a contact person to the data subjects.
Important to keep in mind is that the DPO must be able to work independently and not handle personal data within the organization. Another important part is that the DPO should have good knowledge of the GDPR and how it affects the organization.
A quality measure of your personal data management
Even organizations that do not have legal obligation to appoint a Data Protection Officer can of course choose to have one. A DPO can be seen as a measurement of quality on your personal data management and that you value and protect your data subjects.