Outsourced DPO services

Hassle-free compliance with certified experts leaving you to run your business

Why outsource your Data Protection Officer?

Save money

Outsourcing is a cost-effective solution that saves on recruitment costs, overheads and holiday cover.

Qualified consultants

Our DPOs are certified EU GDPR practitioners guaranteeing to receive expert advice and support.

Technical expertise

As part of a cybersecurity team, our DPOs give technical advice & guidance beyond data protection.

Legal support

Our DPOs are backed by privacy lawyers ensuring our work always meets your legal requirements.

How can a DPO help you?

A DPO is appointed to monitor internal compliance, inform on data protection obligations and act as a contact point for the supervisory authority and data subjects. The responsibilities of a DPO include:

  • ICO registration
  • Data breach support and response (including liaison with the ICO)
  • Breach response
  • Data subject access request support (SAR)
  • Policy and procedure support and advice
  • Data mapping support and advice
  • Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs)
  • Assisting with customer questionnaires and due diligence
  • GDPR and information security awareness training

Your GDPR compliance experts

GDPR states that certain organisations (such as public authorities or those processing sensitive data) are legally required to have a Data Protection Officer, and the ICO recommends every organisation appoints one to manage data privacy effectively. We understand that each organisation works differently and has individual requirements, therefore we have tailored our managed-service packages to suit any business, of any size.

Our DPOs are certified GDPR practitioners and data privacy experts. We support organisations across a range of industry sectors, successfully guiding them through the complex responsibilities of data protection. With flexible packages at cost effective rates, you get the service your organisation needs to get ahead of your GDPR obligations.

Our DPO packages

Each of our DPO packages offers a flexible approach to virtual delivery – whether you prefer to communicate through calls, video conferences or emails, we’re here to help. Additional hours/days can be purchased on an ad hoc basis.

Small BusinessMedium BusinessLarge Business
Suitable forBusinesses with up to 20 employeesBusinesses with 21-200 employeesBusinesses with over 201 employees
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DPO timeTypically 4 hours per monthTypically one day per monthCustomised to suit your requirement
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GDPR training portal
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PriceFrom £595 /month
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From £995 /month
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Note: A GDPR Gap analysis is required for medium and large businesses before the DPO service can commence.

*Notification service coming soon. Please speak to your Bulletproof account manager for more information.

Legal and technical expertise

Our team of certified Data Protection Officers and GDPR Practitioners provide robust information security guidance that is supported by the award-winning IP law firm, HGF, if and when required.

Here’s what our customers say about us

ISO 27001 compliance has helped us improve our security investment and build credibility with our global client base, as well as enabled us to successfully win UK Government procurement contracts. Bulletproof made the whole process easy and effortless from start to finish, strengthening our information security and improving our position in the industry.

Martin Sutherland Adzuna, Head of Finance

We work extensively with Bulletproof both with Cyber Essentials and ISO 27001. I always find the team both helpful and knowledgeable.

Paul Nelson The Wise Group, Helpdesk Analyst

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    Data Protection Officer FAQs

    1. Acting as the liaison between the company, the data subjects and regulatory bodies including the ICO
    2. Identifying and ensuring the delivery of training and awareness programmes for employees and contractors
    3. Complying with article 30 of GDPR
    4. Conducting regular audits to ensure compliance is maintained and ensuring policies and procedures are regularly reviewed and updated where required
    5. Overseeing/supervising Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs)
    6. Managing a data breach
    7. Keeping up to date with the latest data privacy legislation and rulings by the EDPB and Supervisory Authorities
    8. Having an in-depth understanding of GDPR as well as information technology and data security
    9. Avoiding a conflict of interest
    10. Reporting to highest levels of management and autonomy

    Find out more about what a DPO does in this article.

    Although other organisations are not legally required to have a DPO, the ICO recommends every organisation appoints a DPO to comply with the GDPR, manage data protection and avoid fines

    “Processing” is a broad term that covers just about anything you can do with data: collection, storage, transmission, analysis, etc.

    “Personal data” is any information that relates to a person, such as names, email addresses, IP addresses, eye colour, political affiliation, and so on.

    Even if an organization is not connected to the EU itself, if it processes the personal data of people in the EU (via tracking on its website, for instance), it must comply.

    The GDPR is also not limited to for-profit companies.

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