WHY HAVE A DATA PROTECTION OFFICER

Under GDPR some Businesses have a Mandatory requirement to have a Data Protection Officer, and in other cases it’s recommended.  Sometimes it just makes sense to help manage and demonstrate your GDPR compliance and Accountability.  A DPO should be able to inform and advise you and your employees of your obligations under Data Protection and monitor compliance in line with the regulations.  They also shouldn’t hold conflicting roles within your organisation

EXTERNAL DPO BENEFITS

  • No annual salary costs

  • Reduced impact on internal resource

  • Reduced risk of conflicts of interest

  • Efficient & effective execution meaning fewer distractions

  • Delivered by independent and qualified professionals

EXTERNAL DPO BENEFITS

  • No annual salary costs

  • Reduced impact on internal resource

  • Reduced risk of conflicts of interest

  • Efficient & effective execution meaning fewer distractions

  • Delivered by independent and qualified professionals

Choose Your Plan

All GDPR Consultancy services

Register DPO with the Supervisory Authority 

Review/update of data protection and privacy policy

Dedicated DPO time

Manage Breach Notifications & SAR's

Monthly compliance & monitoring reports

Board/managment meeting attendance on request


Level 1 

Yes

Yes

Yes

1 day per month

Yes

No

No

Level 2


Yes

Yes

Yes

2 days per month

Yes

Yes

Yes

DPO SERVICES COSTS

LevelNumber of EmployeesCost
Level 1Up to 20 Employees
From £350 per month
21 to 200 Employees
From £450 per month
Level 2Up to 20 EmployeesFrom £500 per month
21 to 200 Employees
From £600 per month
Over 200 EmployeesPOA
* All prices will be subject to VAT at the standard rate

DPO SERVICES COSTS

LevelNumber of EmployeesCost
Level 1Up to 20 Employees
From £350 per month
21 to 200 Employees
From £450 per month
Level 2Up to 20 EmployeesFrom £500 per month
21 to 200 Employees
From £600 per month
Over 200 EmployeesPOA
* All prices will be subject to VAT at the standard rate