OBLIGATION TO APOINT A DATA PROTECTION OFFICER
The General Data Protection Regulation (DSGVO), which came into force on 25.05.2018, places numerous new data protection obligations on each company, including the one-man company (see data protection / GDPR). In particular, the GDPR prescribes the appointment of a data protection officer for many companies (Art. 37 GDPR). The Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) substantiates this duty to appoint a data protection officer to the extent that a data protection officer is required in any case, if “in an enterprise usually at least ten people are constantly busy with the automated processing of personal data” (§ 38 BDSG). It does not matter whether the employees concerned are employed or self-employed, whether they are apprentices or experienced employees.
DATA PROTECTION CONSULTING FROM A SINGLE SOURCE (LEGAL AND TECHNICAL
Lawyer Dr. Michael Lingenberg LL.M. oec. (BBT Dr. Lingenberg Consulting) is at your diposal as external data protection officer. He and his team offer both, legal and technical expertise, that means data protection advice from a single source. You and your employees can concentrate on day-to-day operations and as an external data protection officer, our expert is the contact person for all data protection issues arising in day-to-day business. Moreover, he monitors compliance with the legal requirements arising from the GDPR and other data protection regulations (see documentation requirements / GDPR) and technical obligations (see technical concepts / GDPR).
COSTS FOR EXTERNAL DATA PROTECTION OFFICERS – FLATRATE
In order to give you financial planning certainty, we agree on a data protection flatrate, that means a fixed monthly price. This depends on the size and the number of employees of your company.
- Security by external data protection officer
- One-stop advice (legal and technical advice)
- Cost transparency through monthly fixed prices (data protection flatrate)
For more information please contact us.