Organisation

Learn more about how the Danish Data Protection Agency is organised.

Responsibilities and tasks

 

  • Strategy, service and development
  • Staff/HR
  • Finance and budget
  • Records Management
  • Internal IT Service and IT Security, including ISO 27001
  • Press and other communication
  • The Data Board (Datarådet)

 

  • Reports of personal data breaches
  • Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIA)
  • Certification
  • Digital Governance
  • The technology of the future etc.
  • Consultations
  • Guidance etc.
  • Research and statistics
  • Healthcare sector
  • Financial sector
  • Authorisations for processings of personal data that are necessary for reasons of public interest
  • The affairs of the press and the information databases of the mass media
  • The Danish TV Surveillance Act
  • Archives
  • Greenland and the Faroe Islands
  • Requests and complaints
  • Credit rating agencies
  • Warning registry etc.
  • The requirement of maintaining records
  • Marketing and consumer law
  • Telecommunication
  • The European Data Protection Board (EDPB)
  • Nordic cooperation
  • International cooperation
  • European information systems, including Schengen, VIS, Eurodac, Eurojust, IMI mv.
  • Transfers to third countries, including BCR
  • The Danish Law Enforcement Act