The Role and Duties of a DPO
This course covers everything about how to be a DPO or Data protection officer. It is general knowledge that DPO ensures the protection of personal data within public or private companies. Hence most companies will want to put a professional in charge of personal data within an organization.
- The situations that necessitate the appointment of a DPO.
- DPO tasks necessitate the knowledge, qualifications, and traits listed below.
- The responsibilities of a DPO.
- The tasks/responsibilities that could lead to a conflict of interest.
- The DPO's relationship with senior management/the board of directors.
- Employees' awareness of data security is being raised. Keeping in touch with data protection authorities.
- When is it necessary to do a data protection impact assessment?
- The 'independence' of the DPO is a requirement.
- Why is it critical for the DPO to be accessible?
- The responsibility of the organization is to assist the DPO by providing the appropriate resources.
- Responsibility of the organization to include the DPO in crucial decisions.
- Information Systems (IS) departments,
- Legal departments,
- Project managers,
- Human resources departments,
- Accounting managers,
- Marketing departments.
Beginner Level: No special knowledge.
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