Managed Data Privacy and Protection Services For Business
The personal data you process is of critical importance to your business.
In the GDPR era your processing of that personal data presents you with both threats and opportunities.
How valuable is the personal data you hold?
And how carefully do you manage it?
Experienced Privacy Professionals
The ability to implement is what really matters. Put our experience to work on your behalf.
This is about the work necessary to keep your business objectives operating whilst observing data protection principles. What you need are practical solutions, not just theories or opinions.
Leading Industry Tools
AllStrat can deploy industry leading tools to help you manage your data protection tasks.
We know how to select the right tool for the job, the right tool for you.
AllStrat delivers a range of managed services to your organisation.
They can be delivered online or face to face. The choice is yours.
You can have a short interlude with us, or you can commit for the long term. It’s up to you.
You can choose to use as little or as much as you think you need.
AllStrat managed services can be matched to the specific needs of your business, for example:
- Setup, configuration and maintenance of OneTrust privacy management software
- DPO Support (not acting as the named DPO but providing support services to you and your employees)
- DPO Service (acting as the named DPO)
Do You Need A DPO?
To answer that question it might be useful to look at what a DPO is supposed to do.
It is probably fair to ask, “Do you actually need a DPO? Or do you really need someone to do the work of a DPO?
Becasue if you don’t have someone doing the jobs listed below, ask yourself, “How are they getting done and are they being done properly?
Essential DPO Tasks
- To inform and advise the data controller or processor and the employees who carry out processing of their obligations.
- To monitor compliance with data privacy regulations… including the assignment of responsibilities, awareness-raising and training of staff involved in processing operations, and the related audits.
- To provide advice about the data protection impact assessment.
- To cooperate with the supervisory authority.
- To act as the contact point for the supervisory authority on issues relating to processing and to consult on any other matter.
- To have due regard for the risk associated with processing operations, taking into account the nature, scope, context and purposes of processing.
The data protection officer shall be designated on the basis of professional qualities and, in particular, expert knowledge of data protection law and practices.
Discover If This Is Right For You!
It costs you nothing to find out if this is the right choice for you and your business. We might be able to help you, then again we might not.
Yet wouldn't you rather know if working with us can get you on top of all your data protection responsibilities? Click the button below to book a 20 minute call with one of our experts. Let's see what we can do!