Any business that is processing personal or sensitive information should appoint a Data Privacy Officer (DPO) to oversee compliance obligations, and protect the interests of their data subjects. Those that fail to do so may be at risk of breaching privacy regulations, which could lead to significant fines, civil litigation, and reputational harm. Organizations will need to understand the legal frameworks and best practices to navigate cyberthreat issues and remain secure. In this webinar, Ritchie Po, Privacy Lead of Kobalt.io, will discuss:
-Operational, legal and reputational risks for business in a cyberattack and data breach incident
-The critical role of a data protection officer
-What attributes and qualification a DPO should have
-How a DPO can help your business meet compliance obligations
Join us and see how you could design your data protection strategy.