We'll guide you through the process of registering your appointed DPO in ACRA Bizfile+
Bi-annual company review/risk assessment on business processes and audit.
Develop data handling, retention policies and Data Protection Management Programme
Be part of DPO group email to answer any Data Protection related queries
Weekly newsletter on the latest PDPA breaches and regulations
PDPC corporate e-learning with assessment tracking for employees
Ongoing data protection support for specific business questions
Check if business emails have any leaked accounts and passwords on the deep/dark web
Perform a random email phishing campaign to test employees' cyber awareness
24/7 business email blacklist monitoring on SPAM / blacklist databases
24/7 monitoring of corporate website and alert management when we detect defacement
Perform an email spoofing vulnerability test on business domain
All organisations, including sole proprietorships, are required to designate at least one person, a Data Protection Officer (DPO), to be responsible for ensuring that the organisation complies with the PDPA.
Organisations are also required to ensure that at least one DPO’s business contact information is made available to the public. The business contact information may be a general telephone or email address of the organisation.
The DPO may be a person whose scope of work solely relates to data protection or a person in the organisation who takes on this role as one of his multiple responsibilities.
It has been seen from past enforcement cases that Organisations that failed to appoint a Data Protection Officer have had financial penalties ranging from $5000 to $20,000.
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Organisations are required to designate at least one individual, known as the data protection officer (DPO), to oversee the data protection responsibilities within the organisation and ensure compliance with the PDPA.
Under the Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (PDPA), organisations are required to develop and implement policies and practices that are necessary to meet its obligations under the PDPA.
Review your organisation’s data management framework and processes to align them with the PDPA, for example, determining how, when and where your organisation collects personal data, the purposes for the data collection, and ensuring that consent has been obtained for the collection, use and disclosure of the data. In the unlikely event of a data breach still happening, a systematic data breach management plan will be utilized.
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