Challenges of a DPO
The life of a Privacy professional isn’t exactly a walk in the park. More often than not, they are under tremendous pressure as they need to strike a balance in mitigating risks without slowing down innovative projects.
However, the DPO is burdened with practical challenges as well:
- Lack of cooperation from other departments
- Employees with insufficient knowledge and awareness
- Undocumented data flows
- Increasing number of Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR) and Data Breaches
Add continual organizational changes and evolving legislation to that list, and it’s fair to say Privacy Pros deserve all the help they can get.
How RESPONSUM helps
Using a privacy management tool offers several benefits:
Automate administrative tasks, so you can focus on more important – and let’s be honest – more interesting work
Collaborate easily with stakeholders to get the info you need – in time – in the correct format
Effortlessly maintain a high level of compliance unaffected by organizational changes
In case of an audit, have the correct information – including accountability – readily available in 1 single platform
Simplify complex GDPR requirements through our guided workflows
Ensure your coworkers’ privacy and security awareness remains at the highest level at all times
Check out our different modules
Privacy management exists of a lot of subjects. RESPONSUM covers all of them in different modules:
Simulate phishing attacks and
train your employees via
Records of Processing Activities
Data Subject Access
Have all the necessary information
at your disposal in case of a Data
Execute DPIAs 4 times faster
Innovative projects that
process personal data?
Manage privacy compliance
from the get-go
Find and maintain the latest version
of policies, templates, contracts etc.
in 1 location. With additional
metadata of course
If you would like to discuss your current Privacy challenges and find out if we could help you out with RESPONSUM, leave your contact details below, and we’ll get back to you within 2 business days – that’s a promise.