20th November 2017

GDPR: Should You Be Appointing a Data Protection Officer?

Mike Blackburn

GDPR_-_APPOINTING.jpg GPDR is coming, to ensure you are in the best possible position for the upcoming legal changes, you must take steps to prepare your business for the changes GDPR will bring.

One of the very first things you should think about is how you are going to manage the new data protection issues that your business will face. It is probably wise to give someone the responsibility for Data Protection and you should perhaps even consider appointing a Data Protection Officer (DPO).

Some organisations are required by law to have someone appointed to the role but for others the position is less clear.

To help you decide if you need one and what the DPO's remit should be we've produced a handy whitepaper for download.

To find out everything you need to know about the role of the Data Protection Officer to ensure you are compliant with GDPR, and avoid huge fines, take the time to have a quick read.

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