All Organizations With EU PPI Must Have a Data Protection Office (DPO)
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Effective May 18, 2018, the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will require all organizations – including US public and private entities – to assign a trained and certified Data Protection Office (DPO) if the company is a controller or processor of EU individuals’ personal information.
- DPO must inform / advise the controller or processor and its employees circa their compliance obligations
- DPO must monitor ongoing compliance to GDPR
- DPO must advise with regard to data protection impact assessments when required under Article 33
- DPO must work and cooperate with the controller’s or processor’s designated supervisory authority on issues relating to the processing of personal data
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