GDPR requires that some companies have a Data Protection Officer (DPO). Planday’s has voluntarily appointed a DPO who is responsible for the following:
Educating employees on why GDPR compliance is important
Training staff involved in data processing
Auditing our systems to ensure compliance and addressing problem areas proactively
Serving as the point of contact for GDPR authorities
Maintaining data processing records, which must be turned over to customers if asked
Planday Limited’s DPO is Mads Larsen, Planday’s Director of Privacy & InfoSec. To contact the DPO, please email email@example.com with your query.
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