What Do You Need to Become a Data Protection Officer?

Organisations or businesses store lots of crucial and sensitive information about their business, transactions, customers and employees. Contact information, including names, addresses, emails, telephone numbers, health information and financial information including bank and credit card details is some of the information a company stores. For this reason, data privacy and protection have become increasingly important for organisations to protect such data from fraudulent activities like identity theft, hacking and phishing. Many companies are looking for data protection officers to help with their data protection and privacy policies and best practices.