Designing & managing data privacy & security policy.
How we help solve your DPO challenges:
Design & Manage Data Privacy
Our vDPOs design and manage data privacy and security policy including maintaining comprehensive records of data processing activities, privacy and compliance.
Legal & Compliance Management
Formulate and maintain legal agreements with data controllers and processors. Conduct regular Data Privacy Impact Assessments (DPIA)
Spearhead Incident Response & Planning
Create and maintain an incident response plan in case of data breach or leakage. Serve as a key point of contact in case of escalations, audits or breaches
Benefits of vDPO
Why choose Towerwall vDPO:
vDPOs are qualified data protection practitioners carrying decades of experience advising SMBs and midsize to large companies. They are well-positioned to provide guidance to your business — from strategy to execution.
vDPOs can be placed within days, which is essential, especially when your organization needs skilled resources on short notice or in situations where key roles remain unfilled since such experienced and talented resources are usually high in demand.
vDPOs can be recruited on-demand and come without the overhead of hiring a full-time staff member. The vDPO is also a compelling value proposition for businesses that do not have the resources to train someone for this skilled role.
vDPOs can be hired on a retainer basis for a set block of hours, hired on a project basis, or allocated for tech support hours. A vDPO can free up valuable time for the C-suite so that management can focus on other important aspects of the business.
Independent & Impartial
Appointing an internal team member from HR, Legal or IT as a Data Protection Officer is generally not advised. An external virtual DPO can help ensure that the advice provided is sufficiently independent and free from any real or perceived conflicts of interest.
Data protection is a complex, evolving topic spanning multiple geographies. The vDPO can advise our clients across multiple jurisdictions and regions and provide greater insight into the global data protection landscape.