WHAT WE DO
Consultancy : regulation, policy, law, and CSR
Our projects include a range of specialty topics, from net neutrality, IoT privacy, eIDAS, online copyright, network access and telecom markets analysis, to regulation of audiovisual media, regulatory HR competencies or sustainable sourcing. We focus on regulation, policy, law, strategic compliance or CSR aspects for regulators and businesses from startups to MNEs.
Data Protection Officer outsourcing
Appointing a Data Protection Officer is becoming mandatory for all data-driven European businesses. Our external Data Protection Officer product provides crucial expertise and an affordable alternative to employing a privacy expert to ensure ‘smart compliance’ with EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
CSR strategy and sustainability reporting
Want to embark on a journey of sustainable business but don’t know where to start? From sustainability strategy and costs and benefits analysis (CBA) to drafting your first CSR report, we can assist you – with the help of our proprietary CSR web tool.
Whether it's a mere compliance exercise or a full-scale strategy with measurable impact, we work with our clients to make them avert risk and achieve financial benefits. We call this approach ’smart compliance’. Our projects range from data protection and IP to sustainable sourcing. We cater for startups all the way to mature businesses with international reach, operating in a variety of industries, including IT, telecoms, broadcasting, lifestyle and foods.
LATEST BLOG POSTS
Voices have been raised with regard to the proposed EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market Article 13, which imposes a new obligation on service providers that is seen by many as a copyright filtering technique for user-created content. Aphaia Blog editor Vasiliki Antoniadou explores what it entails.
When introducing new data processing techniques and technologies that pose high privacy risk, GDPR will require your company to conduct data protection impact assessment. This privacy impact assessment operation should establish whether to go ahead with the planned operations and under what conditions.
As the GDPR deadline draws closer, many European companies are considering Data Protection Officer employment requirements. But unless you are huge and can afford to employ best of the best privacy experts, outsourcing might be a better option for your Data Protection Officer than employment.
Data related to online services is becoming easier to port in the Single Market. After EU GDPR personal data portability rules, the EU Council and the Parliament achieved a landmark agreement on the EU portability for online content subscriptions as part of copyrights reform.