Data Protection Officer as a service

Trust your GDPR compliance in the hands of a proven and experienced professional

Оutsource DPO role to a specialized team of experts for a fixed and predictable monthly fee

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces new rules, designed to provide EU citizens with better control over their personal information and help them protect their rights.

 

One of the requirements of the GDPR is the introduction of the role of Data Protection Officer (DPO). This role has to monitor the continuous compliance with the Regulation, as well as to act as a point of contact to the Data Protection Authority and the data subjects.

 

Filling this role is an expensive challenge. It is expected for the person holding the role of DPO to have specific knowledge, experience, and expertise in the areas of the legal framework, personal data protection, and information technologies.

DPO LITE PLAN

 

  • Contact center
  • Regular yearly remote audit of up to 40 manhours per year
  • 8×5 service (web form/e-mail) with option to upgrade to 24х7

DPO PROFESSIONAL PLAN

 

  • Contact center
  • Regular yearly audit of up to 80 hours per year
  • 8×5 service (web form/e-mail/phone) with option to upgrade to 24х7
  • Yearly employee training

DPO ADVANCED PLAN

 

  • Contact center
  • Regular yearly audit of up to 80 manhours per year
  • Consulting and training services of up to 160 manhours per year
  • 8×5 service (web form/e-mail/phone) with option to upgrade to 24х7

What’s included?

  • Contact point and cooperation provided to the Data Protection Authority (DPA) in matters related to data processing issues, including the prior consultation referred to in Article 36, and consultations, where appropriate, with regard to any other matter
  • Contact point to data subjects, regarding personal data processed by the Client, and supporting the Client with response to Subject Access Requests (SARs)
  • Monitor the compliance with the GDPR and with other Union or Member State data protection provisions and with the policies of the controller or processor in relation to the protection of personal data, including the assignment of responsibilities, awareness-raising and training of staff involved in processing operations, and the related internal audits
  • Provide advice upon request in regards to the Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) and monitor its performance pursuant to Article 35
  • Inform and advise the Client and its employees, who carry out data processing, of their obligations pursuant to the GDPR and to other Union or Member State data protection provisions
  • As additional option, the service might be expanded with:
    • Online training for Client’s employees, available 24×7
    • Specialized client training to include specific IT systems and business processes
    • Additional consulting delivered by experienced team with expertise in personal data protection

Why DPO as a service by Telelink?

  • You get a DPO that meets all the requirements of the GDPR and the international data security standards
  • Delivered by trained, certified, and experienced team of experts in GDPR, legal, business processes, and cybersecurity
  • On a fixed and predictable monthly fee
  • No investments in hiring, training, and retaining an in-house DPO
  • Service is packaged in flexible offerings, designed to meet your requirements and allows for a pay what you need approach

Watch our webinar “How to achieve GDPR compliance?” (in Bulgarian)

В този уебинар, Петър Кирков, ръководител отдел „Управление на риска“ в Телелинк и Огнян Юскеселиев, мениджър „Технологични решения“ акцентират върху най-важните стъпки, през които преминава един проект за осигуряване на съответствие с GDPR, основните проблеми, които организациите срещат и как Microsoft платформите подпомагат отговарянето на изискванията на GDPR.