All companies process personal data. Some do it to a very limited extent. For others, processing personal data is a key part of their business. Learn about the legal framework in this context.
New regulations, new technological possibilities and, not least, citizens’ increased focus on their rights, privacy and integrity make new demands on companies’ work with personal data – regardless whether they process a lot of data or a little.
DAHL can give you qualified and business-oriented advice from specialists with in-depth knowledge of the statutory requirements. We offer targeted advice on every aspect of processing and storing personal data. Included in this, we focus on management of any security breaches, supervision of data processors, implementation of management systems for data protection and managing complaints cases at the Data Protection Agency. For companies who need to be 100% certain of their compliance in implementing new regulations, we offer to perform a personal data audit. For example, we can draw up a Digital GDPR Gap report that provides you with an overview of how far you are from compliance in your GDPR implementation or by carrying out an inspection visit where we test how well-prepared your company is to handle a visit from the Data Protection Agency.
A wide range of companies are, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), obligated to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO). But it can be both difficult and financially onerous to find exactly the right candidate for a part-time or full-time position as DPO to fulfil the requirements of the business or organisation. By outsourcing the DPO role to DAHL for a fixed fee, your company gains an external, professional DPO service with powerful skills and broad support base.