Pembroke Privacy acts as External DPO to a growing number of Irish and global organisations including clients from a variety of sectors such as health, financial-tech and large global-tech industries.
We can provide easy access to EU data protection compliance knowledge and best practice. With many large global companies headquartered in Dublin, Pembroke Privacy is uniquely located at the centre of data protection in the EU and we are ideally placed to offer External DPO services that can meet the requirements of both local and international organisations.
We deliver best in class External DPO services based on our significant experience and expertise acquired over many years and we ensure that we meet our clients’ needs and our statutory obligations to fulfil the tasks of the DPO as set out in Article 39 GDPR.
Art 39 GDPR sets out the task of the DPO:
The primary role of the External DPO is to assist an organisation to process the personal data of its staff, customers, providers, and any other data subjects in compliance with the applicable data protection legislation.
In order to deliver our External DPO services to you efficiently and effectively we will appoint a dedicated External DPO lead, who will be your main point of contact and who will take ownership of fulfilling the DPO responsibilities. Your External DPO lead will be supported by our team of consultants with a senior consultant providing project management support.
Our Onboarding Programme ensures your Pembroke Privacy External DPO quickly understands your data protection programme and any risks that may be present. Our DPO Programme Dashboard assists us to manage identified deliverables and deadlines. Our Method of Reporting will keep stakeholders up to date on progress regularly with specific reports to senior management and an annual DPO Report to Board Members.
A key task of the DPO is to advise and monitor. Our External DPO service aims achieve an appropriate level of compliance that matches industry competitors and meets legal requirements and guidance from regulators. We will achieve this by doing the following: