Data Protection Officers under GDPR

Under GDPR, some organisations must appoint a data protection officer (DPO). We explain who needs to appoint a DPO, and consider whether you should appoint one voluntarily.

We also discuss who can be a DPO, the role of a DPO and how they are protected, and the specific requirements of GDPR relating to the DPO role.

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