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CERTIFIED DATA PROTECTION EXCELLENCE

The European Institute for Privacy, Audit, Compliance and Certification (EIPACC) is a solid boutique network body of certified privacy and data protection experts with a growing global presence, with engagements in all sectors of the economy.

EIPACC is your reliable partner and committed certified expert to make a significant contribution to your privacy and data protection excellence at multiple levels of people, process, products and services of your organization and operations, paving the way for your data protection maturity or certification of choice. 

EIPACC ENGAGEMENTS

REGISTER OF DATA PROTECTION PROFESSIONALS

The European Register of Data Protection Professionals (RDPP) is the largest European Register of Data Protection Professionals who have finished certified education and/or training  which comply  with one or more knowledge requirements of one or more certification schemes of the European Association of Data Protection Professionals (EADPP). The RDPP is maintained by EIPACC as an independent entity as part of its promoting of GDPR quality education and training.

Added value of RDPP registration is that anyone – in most cases future employers or integrity officers acting on behalf of them – can verify and check with EIPACC (as an independent expert body) whether or not the student (job applicant) successfully (evidence based) has acquired GDPR knowledge and expertise as the requirements of one or more EADPP Certification Schemes. 

Everyone (inside or outside the EU) who has successfully completed any certified GDPR education (courses, trainings or otherwise) can apply for RDPP registration. In your RDPP record will be noted which certified knowledge fields and/or GDPR skills of the GDPR are covered.

GDPR CERTIFICATION OF COMPANIES

The responsibility and liability of the controller for any processing of personal data carried out by the controller or on the controller’s behalf should be established. In particular, the controller should be obliged to implement appropriate and effective measures and be able to demonstrate the compliance of processing activities with this Regulation, including the effectiveness of the measures. (Paragraph 74, GDPR Preamble).