Data Protection Officer for the Marche region.
These are some of the companies that use or have used our services also through third parties.
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Meet European data protection requirements at the best price
Our DPO-on-Demand service acts as a trusted consultant for organizations, and companies in the Marche region, providing the essential skills and experience necessary to ensure that they meet the requirements imposed for compliance with the Data Protection Act (DPA) and the GDPR. . We have decided to provide the service exclusively for companies physically located in the province of Macerata, Ancona, Fermo and Ascoli Piceno with the exception of the province of Pesaro and Urbino.
The motivation to exclude other companies in the national territory arises from the need to offer a tangible service and with an immediate presence and availability if needed within a radius of 60km.
Our philosophy is to provide the best figures in the legal and technological fields, including law experts, IT security experts and IT systems analysts, in order to provide a real compliance service in the appointment of a DPO.
We work in synergy with your company and your employees with simple rules of interaction and collaboration, so that you can comply with the DPA regulation without having invasive presence in the company and at the best market price.
Data Protection Officer as an element of guarantee
Delegates a data protection officer in accordance with the European regulation.
The European Regulation 679/2016, known as GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), established the need for public and private organizations to adopt, in certain circumstances, the figure of Data Protection Officer (DPO), a term commonly used instead of Italian acronym DPO (Data Protection Officer).
To meet this need, you can choose an external on-demand service like ours, avoiding the burden of costly permanent contracts and entrusting delicate tasks to professionals with experience since 2005.
By opting for a flexible and unobtrusive partner like us, you will be able to obtain a service that adapts and aligns with your professional needs and budgets. This approach allows you to avoid hiring professionals who can lead you to spend tens of thousands of euros for normal Hardening, Backup and Disaster Recovery operations, while ensuring competence and reliability.
Risk and threat analysis.
Assessment of physical and IT threats that could compromise the integrity and confidentiality of data.
Risk analysis requires an assessment of the context (both internal and external), the identification of current threats and mitigation measures or to be implemented, and the adoption of concrete metrics to measure the residual risk, then preparing appropriate management plans.
In less structured organizations, such as small businesses or some public entities, risk assessment is often entrusted to the Data Protection Officer (DPO). In this context, the DPO must be a multi-specialist figure or, alternatively, must carry out his role with the support of a team of expert professionals. This approach ensures that risk analysis and management are conducted with the necessary care and expertise, even in organizations that may not have resources dedicated to that function.
A technical and legal multidisciplinary approach since 2005.
Trust in those who already manage Hosting Providers and Information Technology services since 2005 on privacy and security aspects.
The introduction of the new European regulation on data management and processing has led to the emergence of many specialists, who however are often not regulated and lack proven or certified skills. Frequently, these are legal consultants who limit themselves to drafting documents and reports without having concrete skills in technology and Information Security.
At Managedserver.it, we have managed these aspects for our customers since 2005, being providers of high performance hosting solutions. As a result, we have accumulated real and demonstrable experience in the field of Information Technology, Data Security, Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing.
The offer of the Data Protection Officer service on our part involved a careful study of the legislation and a collaboration with legal experts regarding the legal part, guaranteeing a complete and informed approach to data protection.
GDPR certification, what it is and what rules for real compliance
GDPR certification allows data subjects to quickly assess the level of data protection relating to products and services.
The principle of empowerment is a cornerstone of the General Data Protection Regulation. According to the GDPR, a company / organization is responsible for complying with all data protection principles and must demonstrate this compliance. The GDPR provides a series of tools that help companies / organizations demonstrate responsibility, some of which must be compulsorily put in place.
For example, the appointment of a data protection officer or the performance of data protection impact assessments is mandatory. To demonstrate compliance with data protection principles, controllers may choose to also use tools such as codes of conduct and certification mechanisms.
Make GDPR compliant and Cookie consent for your website and eCommerce.
According to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), your website has a duty to allow European users to control the activation of cookies and trackers that collect their personal data.
This is the crucial point of consent to cookies in the GDPR, an activity that we carry out brilliantly, analyzing your website, third-party services, their compliance with the GDPR and presence on European territory and the possible export of data on non-Italian soil. European and consequently setting a Cookie Blocker that can allow granular choice and acceptance to visitors to your site.
A DPO is a Data Protection Officer, who is responsible for overseeing compliance with data protection laws within an organization. The DPO helps ensure that personal data is handled in accordance with applicable laws and acts as the point of contact between the organization and regulators.
Some of the main duties and responsibilities of a DPO are presented below:
Compliance Supervision: The DPO oversees the adequacy and effectiveness of the measures implemented by the organization to ensure compliance with data protection laws, such as the GDPR in the European Union.
Consulting: Advises the organization on how to process personal data in compliance with applicable laws, assisting in the preparation and implementation of policies and procedures.
Training and awareness: The DPO plays a role in educating and training the organization's staff on data protection issues. This helps prevent violations and raise awareness of everyone's responsibilities.
Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA): When necessary, the DPO guides the organization through a data protection impact assessment process, a mandatory analysis for processing operations that are likely to involve a high risk for the rights and freedoms of data subjects.
Touch point: Will act as a point of contact between the organization and the supervisory authorities, facilitating communication and ensuring that requests from the authorities are dealt with promptly.
Management of requests from interested parties: Assist the organization in managing requests from data subjects, such as data access, rectification or deletion, in accordance with the rights guaranteed by data protection laws.
Relationship with Interested Parties: The DPO must be independent and accessible to employees, suppliers, customers and other interested parties who may have data protection questions or concerns.
Response to Violations: In the event of a data breach, the DPO coordinates the organization's response, including notification to supervisory authorities and data subjects, if required by law.
Data Protection Officer (DPO) outsourcing is an approach that many organizations are adopting, especially when they lack the resources or in-house expertise to effectively manage their data protection responsibilities. Here is a more detailed overview of the advantages of this model:
Specialized Expertise: Firms specializing in providing DPO services have highly trained personnel with a deep understanding of data protection laws, industry best practices and emerging challenges. Access to these specialized skills can be crucial to maintaining compliance.
Impartial view: An outsourced DPO is not tied to the internal dynamics of the organization and can therefore provide an objective and impartial assessment of data protection compliance. This impartiality can help identify and fix potential problems before they become critical.
Cost reduction: Hiring a dedicated in-house DPO can be costly, especially when you factor in salaries, benefits, and training costs. Outsourcing can offer access to the same expertise at a fraction of the cost, with the flexibility to tailor the level of support to the needs of the organization.
Continuous Updates: Data protection laws and regulations are constantly evolving. DPO service providers keep their staff updated on the latest changes, ensuring that the organization always remains in compliance.
Flexibility and Scalability: An outsourced DPO can be hired on a temporary or full-time basis, depending on the needs of the organization. This flexibility allows you to scale services up and down in response to changing needs.
Multidisciplinary support: Many DPO service providers offer a multidisciplinary team of experts, who can provide a variety of skills, from cyber security to law, providing a holistic approach to compliance.
Reducing the Risk of Conflict of Interest: Having an internal DPO could lead to potential conflicts of interest, especially if the DPO has other responsibilities within the organisation. Outsourcing eliminates this risk, ensuring that the DPO can operate with total independence.
Continued Support: DPO service providers can offer ongoing support, ensuring there is always someone available to answer questions, address concerns or manage any crises.
In summary, outsourcing your DPO service can offer many benefits, from specialized expertise to impartial insight and cost savings. It's a solution that can scale to organizations of all sizes and across industries, providing invaluable support in data protection compliance.
We select the most suitable DPO based on the industry, size and specific needs of your company. We assess the DPO's skills and experience to ensure they match your business profile.
Yes, an outsourced DPO can represent multiple clients, as long as this does not give rise to conflicts of interest and can meet each client's needs in an effective and timely manner.
Our DPOs are bound by strict confidentiality agreements and follow robust policies and procedures to ensure your data is handled securely and confidentially.
Your outsourced DPO will be available by telephone, email or other agreed means, and will work closely with you to ensure ongoing open communication.
The indication of an average annual expenditure of €12000 for the service of an outsourced Data Protection Officer (DPO) can be seen as a starting point for many organisations. However, as pointed out, actual costs can vary greatly depending on a number of factors. Here is a more detailed overview of what might affect the cost:
Size of the Organization: Large organizations may have more complex compliance requirements, requiring more time and resources from the DPO. This can affect the overall cost.
Nature of the Business: Some industries, such as healthcare or finance, may have specific and stricter data protection regulations. The specialization required for these sectors can increase the cost of the service.
Quantity of Data Managed: If your organization handles a large volume of personal data or sensitive data, additional skills and resources may be required, affecting the price.
Geographic scope: Organizations operating in multiple jurisdictions may need to comply with different data protection laws. This added complexity may require a larger investment of time and expertise.
Frequency and Level of Support: The level of interaction and support required by the DPO can influence the cost. For example, if regular meetings, reviews and reports are required, the cost may be higher.
Additional Services: In addition to the basic duties of the DPO, additional services may be required, such as staff training, data protection audits, or data breach response, which can add to the total cost.
Supplier Quality and Reputation: DPO service providers with a strong reputation and successful track record may charge higher fees, reflecting their experience and expertise.
Custom Agreements: Some organizations may require tailor-made arrangements that go beyond the standard DPO services, and this can influence the final price.
Absolutely yes. Our DPOs are experts in GDPR and other data protection laws and work to ensure your organization is fully compliant.
We provide regular reports and updates on DPO activity, as well as regular meetings (online via Google Meet) to discuss overall compliance performance and trends.
The conditions for termination of the contract will be clearly defined in the service agreement. If there are any problems, we will work with you to resolve them, but you have the option of discontinuing the service in accordance with the terms set out.