EU Data Protection Officer

iliomad Health Data offers specialized Data Protection Officer (DPO) services tailored for companies in the life sciences sector, addressing the stringent data protection requirements particularly within the European Union. As an outsourced DPO, iliomad Health Data  ensures rigorous compliance with privacy by design principles and a deep understanding of both data protection laws and the regulatory landscape of the life sciences industry. Their consultants are experts in managing sensitive personal data and ensuring compliance with data protection laws during interactions with third parties. In case of a potential data breach, iliomad Health Data is prepared to conduct thorough impact assessments, focusing on cybersecurity to meet accountability standards and ensuring that data transfers and contracts comply with international regulations. This makes Iliomad Health Data a reliable partner for life sciences companies aiming to maintain robust privacy compliance and remain in good standing with data protection authorities.

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Why do you need to be compliant ?

The processing of sensitive data, including health data, necessitates the appointment of a Data Protection Officer who possesses the required expertise and certifications. This appointment, which must be registered with data protection regulatory authorities, is an essential step towards ensuring compliance with relevant regulations.

Appointing a DPO

Processing sensitive data, such as health information, requires the appointment of a Data Protection Officer with the necessary expertise and certifications. This appointment, made to data protection regulatory authorities, is a key step in ensuring compliance with relevant regulations.

Train your personnel

Mandatory GDPR training for all personnel involved in the processing of EU personal data is essential. Ensuring a consistent level of data protection across the entire company, from operational staff to management teams, is of utmost importance.

Data mapping and data flows

A key challenge in health data processing is understanding the data flow from the point of collection to the moment it is hosted and stored. This step is critical for compliance with EU regulations and also presents an opportunity to clearly define and control the access to health data by various parties involved.

QA Documentation

To comply with EU regulations, entities must be able to demonstrate that they have taken the requisite steps towards compliance. This involves the implementation of data privacy policies, establishing protocols for data breaches, creating data subject request forms, and maintaining records of processing activities.

Third Party Management

Life sciences companies frequently engage a variety of vendors, including CROs, laboratories, and imaging facilities, to conduct research activities. This reliance on multiple vendors exposes companies to potential data security risks. As accountable entities, these companies have the obligation to vet and audit these vendors to ensure the security and integrity of the data being handled.

Risk analysis - Data Protection Impact Assessment

Performing a risk analysis is a requisite action when the processing of health data is involved. This document serves as the foundational element of any compliance program, as it meticulously outlines the steps undertaken to adhere to privacy regulations and the measures implemented to safeguard health data.

How can iliomad Health Data help you ?

The iIliomad Health Data team is comprised of certified Data Protection Officers who possess specialized expertise in life sciences regulations. Our Data Protection Officers hold CIPM and ISO 27005 Risk Manager certifications, showcasing their proficiency in data protection practices.

Data Protection Officer specialized in Life Sciences
Review regulatory documentations : CTA, ICF, Information sheets
Implement policies and processes
Conduct Risk analysis