Turn data protection into a competitive advantage for your organisation
Getting Your Firm Compliance with PDPA
Appoint a DPO to oversee your organisation’s data protection responsibilities and ensure compliance with the PDPA.
Take stock of your policies and processes and identify existing gaps.
Set up proper data governance structure by creating data classification and documenting data flow in the firm.
Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)
Risk management analysis.
Data Protection Management Programme
Creating data protection measures and policies.
Data Protection Trustmark (DPTM)
The DPTM is a visible indicator that your organisation adopts sound data protection practices. Firms that have put a data protection regime to comply with the obligations of the PDPA can apply for DPTM.
IMPORTANCE OF PDPA
The Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (PDPA) applies to organisations, including any individual, company, association or body of persons, corporate or unincorporated in Singapore.
Any organisation that collects, uses or retains the personal data of individuals, including both employees or customers, are required by law to comply, or is liable to;
By Individuals – Up to S$10,000.
By Organisation – Either 10% of Gross Revenue or S$1,000,000 (whichever higher) or 12 Months Jail Term.