Data Protection

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) imposes requirements on all organizations collecting, processing and storing personal data.

NJORD Law Firm’s leading international GDPR lawyers are ready to assist with personal data compliance across many legal disciplines and borders.

We provide GDPR advice to both public authorities and private companies – based on a great professional background and a practical approach to handling issues regarding data protection law.

Our core services comprise:

Personal Data Compliance Package

You get assistance in complying with the basic personal data requirements, such as information to be provided, maintaining records, IT security policy, rules on erasure, and data processing agreements.

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Personal Data Control Package

How do you obtain a clean auditor’s report on the annual report, minimization of personal managerial responsibility, and reduction of the risk of personal data fines?

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HR personal data

The processing of employees’ personal data is inevitable for most businesses. We advise on the importance of the GDPR and data protection rules in the HR work.

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Data processing agreements

What does a standard GDPR data processing agreement look like? We can assist you with your data processing agreements and provide advice on security, risk coverage, and transfer of personal data to third countries.

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Data processing officer (DPO)

Our GDPR lawyers may assist as external DPOs or as part of your DPO team. We provide GDPR courses, risk assessments, and continuous updating of news within data protection law.

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Health data

The connection between the personal data requirements and the rules regarding health data is complex and requires great experience to understand. We can assist with the right interpretation and procedure for fulfilling both sets of rules.

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How to get started

Any issue in the field of personal data requires a thorough insight into the rules. Start with a dataflow analysis for your business or the area or issue in question. Or contact our GDPR lawyers, who have broad experience in dataflow analyses on any scale, to get going.

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