Data protection consulting Hamburg

Data protection consulting Hamburg

The importance of professional data protection advice

For whom in Hamburg is data protection advice worthwhile?

Data protection and data security have many dimensions. The European General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR), the German Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) and the Hamburg Data Protection Act (HmbDSG), which applies in the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, require all stakeholders to comply with numerous regulations relating to personal data. These include, for example

  • the 102,996 companies in Hamburg
  • the 9,500 clubs registered on the hamburg.de portal
  • the many freelancers in the Elbe metropolis

Unclear obligations

For example, they all have to comply with extensive information obligations. For example, the persons from whom data is collected must be informed of their rights in good time. These include the right of citizens to know what data relating to them is being processed and in what form, their right to object to processing, their right to rectification if data is incorrect, their right to erasure of data and their right to data portability. The website of public and non-public bodies based in Hamburg must have a data protection declaration for this purpose. This must of course also be complied with. This alone presents many players in Hamburg with the question of how they should implement this.

Those responsible are also required to take and document technical and organizational measures (TOM) to protect data. These range from appropriate access security to the buildings where data is stored, to obliging employees to comply with data protection regulations, to concluding data processing agreements to ensure that service providers comply with data protection regulations. Here too, companies are faced with many questions. It is very time-consuming for them to deal with all aspects of data protection and always stay up to date, as the laws must always be taken into account in their current version.

Data protection consulting in Hamburg

A good solution is therefore to rely on external specialists. As one of the largest data protection consulting service providers in the USA and Germany, 2B Advice advises companies, organizations, freelancers and associations in Hamburg with comprehensive expertise on the subject of data protection. Our offer applies to all 19 districts of the Elbe metropolis and the surrounding area, for example:

  • Ahrensburg
  • Norderstedt
  • Buxtehude
  • District of Stade
  • Pinneberg district
  • County of Storman
  • Harburg district
  • Bad Segeberg district

All of our consultants are qualified and have extensive project experience in various industries.
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Data protection advice from 2B Advice

As part of our data protection consulting, we first determine your needs together with you. This gives you an idea of where you stand in terms of data protection. We then plan the necessary steps and implement them with you if required. Our services include, for example, the preparation of data protection declarations, the data protection obligations of your employees, employee sensitization and training, professional support in the conclusion of GDPR-compliant order processing contracts as well as the improvement of technical and organizational measures and data protection impact assessments. We also help you implement our data protection software. You can use it to record all data protection information clearly in one place.

 

Supervisory authority responsible for Hamburg

 

Last but not least, we work together with the responsible supervisory authority in Hamburg. This is:

The Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information
Prof. Dr. Johannes Caspar
Ludwig-Erhard-Str. 22, 7th floor
20459 Hamburg

Phone: 040/428 54 - 4040
E-mail: mailbox@datenschutz.hamburg.de
https://datenschutz-hamburg.de/

The HmbBfDI inspects the administration and the economy in Hamburg and has unhindered access to all authorities, data processing companies and institutions for its audits. Those responsible must expect warnings and high fines if they fail to comply with the legal requirements of the GDPR. That's why our data protection advice minimizes your liability risks. Make an appointment now!

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