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At AI-CyberPriv, we offer several solutions to make your life a whole lot easier. These include:
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Virtual Chief Privacy Officer (vCPO)
Register and act as vDPO for the business by performing the roles and responsibilities assigned to me under Article 39 of the GDPR, e.g.:
- Overseeing the establishment and maintenance of the personal data processing register (the so-called Article 30 record of processing [ROPA]) – GDPR Article 39(1)(a).
- Advising on the necessity for a DPIA, the manner of its implementation and outcomes – GDPR Article 39(1)(c).
- Providing guidance and support on data breach monitoring, management and reporting – Article 39(1)(a).
- Serving as the point of contact for data protection authorities (DPAs) and Data Subjects in relation to all relevant data protection issues – Article 39(1)(d) and (e).
- Providing advice and guidance on how to manage and respond to privacy rights requests from individuals (information, access, rectification, objection, erasure, data portability) – Article 38(4).
- Facilitating GDPR awareness training and the training of staff involved in data processing operations.
- Monitoring compliance with the GDPR – Article 39(1)(b).
Virtual Data Protection Officer (vDPO)
A CPO directs a company’s data privacy strategy, helping to steer the business through the complex array of different data protection regulations that might affect the organisation concerned.
As vCPO we will help your business to look for ways in which privacy can add value to the business, using it in a positive way to help gain a competitive advantage. The vCPO’s duties typically include:
- Providing strategic steer on all things Data Protection/ Privacy related.
- Keeping on top of the latest developments on the evolving data privacy landscape.
- Guiding privacy policies, processes, governance, and compliance.
- Managing, monitoring, and continually improving data protection measures.
- Driving privacy awareness within the organisation.
- Liaising with regulators and the media in relation to privacy matters.
- Helping to develop and maintain trust with privacy conscious consumers.
Virtual Privacy Officer (vPO)
Providing support to the vCPO and / or vDPO on all Privacy related issues, including helping to run an manage the Privacy compliance project / plan for the business.
Virtual Cyber Security & Privacy Lawyer (vCSPL)
Providing independent legal advice and support to the client and/or vCPO vDPO so the client doesn’t need to consult with (costly) external lawyers.
The benefit of engaging a vCSPL is that there won’t be any need to sign separate engagement letters with external lawyers or to keep briefing new lawyers as the vCSPL will have access to the client and direct lines of contact (with a system of Chinese walls being implemented internally to avoid any conflicts) with the vCPO and/or vDPO.