Contract a DPO that guarantees the protection of your data

Contract a professional in which their function is to inform, advice and to guarantee that the General Data Protection Regulation and the «Ley Orgánica de Protección de Datos Personales y garantía de los derechos digitales» are being met in your business, avoiding sanctions that are regulated in both previous rules.

If you are searching for a DPO, we put at your service a team with broad experience in privacy and data protection.

What is a DPO?

The Data Protection Officer (DPO), is a figure that surges from the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The DPO is a professional whose objective is to offer guarantee that the normative about data protection is being met in businesses and organizations that need it. Their daily work is based in analyzing and checking that businesses activities met with the correct management of data.

It will be needed for the DPO to work together with the Chief Data Officer (CDO) of the business or organization, that will provide to the Data Protection Officer every information that they need for the correct implementation of the new rules.

Furthermore, another function of the DPO is to act as an interlocutor between the business that they represeny, the citizens who want to exercise their right about their data management, and the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos.

What benefits will you get working with a Data Protection Officer?


A recopilation of data or sending specific information to your clients could go against the correct data management. We will advise you to comply with the GDPR.


The DPO will mediata between the business and the citizen, when they exercise their rights related with the management of their data, or with the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos.


The GDPR imposes in which cases it will be mandatorily necessary a DPO, if they are not counted on, it could mean the imposition of sanctions.

In which cases is a DPO needed?

The European General Data Protection Regulation, establishes specific assumptions in which it is needed to count with a Data Protection Officer, either internal, inside the staff, or externally.

Some of these assumptions are:

→ Organizations or public institutions

→ Businesses that perform data management in big scale.

→ Businesses that manage special data (health data, political or religious orientation, among other).

In the process of adequancy to the new rules, our team performs a valuation about if your company or organization needs to count with a DPO.

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