Compliance Support


Having produced your audit report, we wouldn’t dream of leaving you on your own with the headache of working out what to do next and how to comply with the GDPR.

Instead, we offer an end-to-end boutique service. Working alongside you, we can provide as much or as little support as you and your team need to meet the requirements of the Data Protection Act 2018 and the GDPR.

We understand the demands on your business, which is why you may not have the resources to do this on your own. We also have such broad experience that we’ll almost certainly understand the unique challenges of your sector. This enables us to provide you with tried and tested compliance solutions that really work for you.

We can help you to:

  • implement new data protection systems.
  • amend or rewrite your data protection policies, data sharing agreements, privacy notices and data processing agreements.
  • conduct privacy impact assessments and legitimate interest tests.
  • train your team.

Can you navigate the minefield?

The Data Protection Act and GDPR are a minefield when it comes to evidencing how your business complies with the law. However, between them our consultants have decades of experience working with all kinds of organisations, from global multinationals to owner-managed start-ups. Whatever your challenges, we can meet them.

We’re very accessible

We’re always at the end of the phone (or an email) to fully support you throughout the compliance process. The Data Protection Act and GDPR are complex pieces of legislation and there are always lots of questions. You can pick up the phone any time – there’s no such thing as a silly question, and there’s usually no charge for this sort of thing.

Data protection officer (DPO) service

We also offer a service by which we act as your own data protection officer. Where there’s a legal requirement for your business to have a DPO, but you don’t have the in-house experience or resources, we can fill that gap. We offer this service on a long-term basis as well as an interim basis (for example, if your DPO is taking extended leave and you only need cover for a few months).