Privacy Officer as a Service
Based on hours desired. Packages per 2 hours. Invoiced monthly
What is a Privacy Officer?
A Privacy Officer (PO) is responsible for complying with and ensuring privacy legislation within an organization.
What are the duties of a Privacy Officer?
The tasks of a Privacy Officer vary from monitoring privacy laws and regulations, coordinating and implementing measures to advising stakeholders in the event of incidents and disasters.
Basically, the Privacy Officer helps the organization to comply with laws and regulations regarding privacy, such as:
- Governance structure
Delegate various privacy topics within the organization (think of the standards framework for control, reporting for BI, AI, etc.).
- Inventory of personal data
Inventory where personal data is used in the organization and manage this list.
Drafting and maintaining privacy policies and statements.
- Processes and procedures
Ensure that processes and procedures within the organization are in line with privacy laws and regulations.
- Training and awareness
Provide training in the field of privacy within the organization and draw up an awareness program.
- Information security
Maintain information security program.
- Contract management
Arrange and maintain processor agreements with third parties.
- New projects/processes
Involved in new projects and/or processes that process personal data to perform impact analyzes and ensure Privacy by Design.
- Data leaks
Ensuring coordination with, and being the contact person for, the relevant Data Protection Authority in the event of data leaks. Also manager of the internal data leak register.
- Rights of data subjects
Ensuring coordination with, and being the contact person for, the exercise of the rights of data subjects.
- Carrying out Data Protection Impact Assessments
Ensure a thorough data protection impact assessment in a structured manner.
- External developments
Keeping track of external developments in the field of privacy and data protection, including best practices, etc.