external data protection officer.
A safe and easy solution:
– Full assumption of liability
– fair fee structure
– can be terminated at any time
Assumption of liability
Data protection law review
Data protection safely implemented
How we work.
Our law firm supports leading large and medium-sized companies in all matters of data protection law. We use a highly secure IT infrastructure and our own DMS software created to meet the specific requirements of the data protection officer.
Clients as DPO
Years of experience
Offices in Germany
How it works
Request a quote
- within 24 hours
- Appointment with the Data Protection Authority
- Full assumption of liability
- Audit questionnaires
- personal meeting
- via remote support
|Actual recording of the data protection situation||Hotline for all data protection problems (e-mail, telephone)|
|Initial meeting / Kick-off meeting||On-site appointments for larger individual questions|
|Audit of the processes and systems of the company with regard to GDPR compliance||Communication with data protection authorities and end users|
|Analysis and evaluation||Use of the legal data training platform - legal data academy|
|Preparation of a final audit report||Classroom training, if desired|
|Creation of a data protection manual||Annual update of the data protection manual|
|All contracts and data protection documents||Use and secure transmission of all documents via our DMS system - legal data doc|
|Actual recording of the data protection situation|
|Initial meeting / Kick-off meeting|
|Audit of the processes and systems of the company with regard to GDPR compliance|
|Analysis and evaluation|
|Preparation of a final audit report|
|Creation of a data protection manual|
|Actual recording of the data protection situation Hotline for all data protection problems (e-mail, telephone)|
|On-site appointments for larger individual questions|
|Communication with data protection authorities and end users|
|Use of the legal data training platform - legal data academy|
|Classroom training, if desired|
|Annual update of the data protection manual|
|Use and secure transmission of all documents via our DMS system - legal data doc|
Who needs a data protection officer?
Certain companies are obliged to appoint a data protection officer (external or operational). The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the new BDSG require the appointment of an operational data protection officer if one of the following conditions is met:
(a) As a rule, at least 10 persons are permanently engaged in the automated processing of personal data in the company.
(b) The core activity of the undertaking is to carry out processing operations which, by their nature, scope and/or purpose, require extensive regular and systematic monitoring of data subjects (e.g. hospitals and pharmacies).
What are the tasks of a Data Protection Supervisor?
The specific tasks of the Data Protection Supervisor result from the GDPR and include in particular:
- Monitoring the legal requirements of the GDPR
- Overview of processing activities
- Risk assessment for processing activities
- Training of employees
How is a data protection officer liable?
The external data protection officer is personally liable for all activities. Because of this high risk, we have developed an insurance concept that covers losses of up to EUR 40 million.
What qualifications does a data protection officer have to have?
A data protection officer must, in accordance with the requirements of Article 37(3) of the European Data Protection Act(b) of the European Data Protection Commission, 5 GDPR meet the following three main factors:
- professional qualifications in terms of expertise in the field of data protection law
- Expertise in data protection practice
- Ability to perform the tasks set out in Article 39 GDPR (see above)