WHAT WE DO
Consultancy and Advisory Support
Our projects and advisory support areas include net neutrality, IoT privacy, eIDAS, online copyright, network access, telecom markets analysis, regulation of audiovisual media, specialist HR competencies, and CSR consultancy. Our expertise helps 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).
Compliance and Impact Assessment
Whether you require a data protection audit, a data protection policy, or a data protection impact assessment of your startup business model or your new analytics tool GDPR compliance – we can help you avert risk and achieve financial benefits using our ‘smart compliance’ approach.
LATEST BLOG POSTS
GDPR data breach notification obligation requires the adoption of appropriate technical and organisational measures in order to ensure the safeguarding of personal data during processing. Since the assessment of the risk degree is not always unequivocal, the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party (WP29) has recently adopted GDPR data breach Guidelines. When unauthorised or unlawful processing[…]
In Felicia Yap’s speculative world of ‘Yesterday’ , people’s short-term memories are finite – so everyone records their daily experiences on electronic diaries. The Guardian’s Rising Star for Fiction 2017 chats to Aphaia Blog about our online memory delusions. The EU law, including General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ) , grants individuals the ‘Right to be Forgotten’ ,[…]
Our blog editor Vasiliki Antoniadou explores the exchange of position papers between the UK and the European Commission regarding the data protection and GDPR after Brexit . As the time for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union approaches, the necessary and time consuming negotiation processes in the legislative field commence. Considering that the[…]
GDPR starts to apply less than a year from now – which seems like a reason enough to panic for many data-driven organisations who have so far not addressed the transition to GDPR. But instead of panicking, it may be better to have a look at our autumn GDPR to do list. 1. Map your[…]