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
Bodybuilder Rocheal Philip helped Aphaia put together advice on how to show off online – without hurting your online privacy and personal data. In Rocheal Philip ’s business, public online presence is indispensable. But so is drawing a line between public and private life, and not sharing the latter with everyone. Here are some tips:[…]
New Royal Decree-Law on Data Protection in Spain A new Royal Decree-Law on Data Protection has been approved in Spain as part of the GDPR adaptation process. A Royal Decree-Law is a legal rule having the force of a law in the Spanish legal system. This is an important regulatory measure for Privacy in the[…]
Japan GDPR adequacy to create the world’s largest area of safe data flows With a successful conclusion to their talks on reciprocal adequacy, the EU and Japan have agreed to recognise each other’s data protection systems as ‘equivalent’, which will allow data to flow safely between the EU and Japan. Each side will now launch its[…]
Independent Enquiry into Child Abuse has been fined £200,000 based on ICO children’s data decision. The ICO has fined the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) £200,000, after they sent a bulk email that identified possible victims of non-recent child sexual abuse, according to ICO Children’s data decision. The Inquiry, set up in 2014[…]