The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an important law which affects how organisations protect personal data. The GDPR will continue to apply in the UK after Brexit.

Data protection is a complex field, requiring specialist knowledge. If you get it wrong and fail to comply, the consequences to your reputation and your bottom line could be disastrous.

Fortunately, our data protection expertise means you don’t have to try and comply with the GDPR by yourselves. Even large organisations can find it difficult to manage their data protection in-house, so for most SMEs it can be virtually impossible. And with our help, you may not need to employ your own people.

Take it easy

Leave it to us

We will help you protect your business. That can mean managing your entire data protection governance process, from GDPR audits to templates, checklists, policy-checking and authoring. We can even offer training in GDPR and data protection.

You can dip into our services as often as you need, and as much or as little as you need. We even offer an advice helpline for those times in-between when you just have a question or a concern. And because we’re experts, we can get it all done in less time than you might think..

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We know GDPR inside out

Our data protection consultancy services include help and advice, audits, gap analysis, policies and training. We bring you over 60 years’ combined data protection consultancy experience at senior level, on main boards and in ‘big four’ consultancy firms. Our consultants include GDPR audit specialists and highly specialised ISEB-qualified data protection experts.

how can we help

Our GDPR specialist services

Your organisation could benefit from our consultants’ expertise in the following broad areas:

  • Data protection audits, health-checks, checklists and gap analysis.
  • Privacy impact assessments.
  • Compliance advice and support.
  • Policy checking & authoring.
  • Privacy notices.
  • GDPR training.
  • ICO personal data breach notification support.


Your data protection partner should be someone who listens, rather than just telling you what to do. They should be interested in your own business objective and concerns. They should know the law inside-out… and they should be nice people to work with. Look no further.