Our extensive experience in data protection and anti-money laundering compliance means we can both advise and assist you with your compliance needs.
Trusted Data Protection Services
Many businesses are confused about what they actually have to do in order to ensure that they are compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which was transposed into Irish law with the Data Protection Act 2018. There is a lot of talk about “consent”, “subject access requests (SAR)”, “breach reporting” but what most business owners and managers just want to know is exactly what needs to be implemented in their business, how they should do it or maybe even, who can do it for them.
The Regulation puts great emphasis on accountability and requires you, as a Data Controller, to be able to demonstrate that you comply with the principles of data processing. Do you know if you are currently doing everything you can to be compliant with the Regulation? If you are not, or are unsure, then we can help.
At O’Dwyer Power we can work with you to review your current practices, give you advice on what is required to ensure your company is on the right track and work with you along the way to help you complete the necessary tasks. Requirements will vary for different businesses and organisations so our Data Protection Compliance Service can be tailored to your specific needs. We are based in Waterford City but offer our services to clients all over Ireland.
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In-depth analysis of your current processes and policies, identify gaps and define your GDPR action plan.
Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs)
We can carry out DPIAs, which are mandatory for certain processing activities, to identify the most efficient way to ensure compliance.
Data Protection Officer (DPO) Services
We can act as a DPO for your organisation. For certain organisations the appointment of a DPO is mandatory, but many will not require a full-time DPO.
Data Protection Policies and Procedures
Data protection documentation including Privacy Policies, Subject Access Requests (SARs), Data Breach Policies etc.
Data protection training for your staff to ensure they are aware of their responsibilities with regard to data protection as well as familiarising them with the regulations and policies.