DATA PROTECTION SUPPORT
DATA PROTECTION SUPPORT
With the introduction of the GDPR in 2018, data protection has been standardised at the European level. However, this does not answer all the questions. Originally, the ePrivacy Regulation, which will especially regulate the digital economy, was to come into force at the same time as the GDPR. The decision of the ECJ on the Privacy Shield has also further complicated the data protection requirements. As a result, uncertainty often prevails in businesses.
CLARIUS.LEGAL's experienced data protection experts provide businesses with individualised support as data protection consultants or as Data Protection Officers, including on the following topics:
If required, we will dispatch a TÜV®-certified Data Protection Officer.
During our data protection audit, our lawyers examine the client's current situation and compare it with the legal requirements of the GDPR, the new BDSG-neu (German Federal Data Protection Act) and other regulations. Following this GAP analysis, we draw up an individually adapted catalogue of measures to create and/or guarantee compliance with data protection laws.
Afterwards, the data protection consultant will continue to be available as a contact person for questions relating to data protection law.
The GDPR requires businesses whose core activity is the processing of personal data to appoint a DPO. On behalf of the Data Processor, CLARIUS.LEGAL provides and appoints a DPO who is responsible for the following:
We help to secure businesses and create a perfect data protection legal basis!
GAP analysis of the current situation
Development of a catalogue of measures
Where necessary, Intelligent Document Analysis
Implementation of the necessary measures, partially with the help of our Legal Tools
Creation of a perfect data protection law basis
Appointment of an external DPO in accordance with Article 37 GDPR
Continuous advice on questions of data protection law
Support for communication with supervisory authorities
Cost control through predefined allocation of hours
Compliance with Article 37 GDPR
CLARIUS.LEGAL has developed a tool that allows you to estimate the amount of a possible fine for a GDPR violation in your business. The tool calculates the expected amount of the fine in a few steps based on the fine concept of the Data Protection Conference.
Our client from the automobile supplier industry needed support with the preparation for the GDPR. After recognising the current data protection-related deficiencies during the initial audit, CLARIUS.LEGAL developed a catalogue of measures and helped with its implementation.
With CLARIUS.LEGAL’s help, the automotive supplier has achieved compliance with the GDPR. As our lawyers continue to advise the client during day-to-day operations, support is always available in questions of data protection law.
After a business has created a perfect data protection basis with the help of CLARIUS.LEGAL’s Data Protection Audit, there is a lack of resources to continually ensure the implementation of the catalogue of measures developed by CLARIUS.LEGAL.
In order to take pressure off the internal legal department, the business mandates CLARIUS.LEGAL with the appointment of an External Data Protection Officer (DPO). The DPO is not only responsible for the implementation measures but also functions as a contact person for supervisory authorities and provides support during data breaches.