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What we do
Support as a Service
We can provide you with an ongoing support on any of the areas above to suit your needs and ways of working.
We can provide you with knowledge and training ranging from Data Protection to Data Analytics either online or face to face.
We can train your staff on a range of data related topics via proven training approaches or tailored to your needs.
Speaker at events
Drawing on experience and skills we can provide a speaker on a range of data topics for your event.
From compliance with GDPR through to just improving how you work with data, we can review your processes and ways of working to highlight areas of potential improvement and any key risks.
We can provide you with standard templates on a range of matters from Data Protection through to Data Quality and reportng.
We can facilitate workshops with key stakeholders witin your organisation to help reach agreement on a particular matter, agree a strategy or build awareness and understanding.
We can perform a more in depth audit to requirements like GDPR, FOI, Consent Management, Records Management etc.
Insights into the world of Information
Here are some recent entries from our blog...
If, like me, you’ve been completing and assessing Data Protection Impact Assessments for a number of years (long before GDPR came along), you’ll notice that apart from them being called DPIAs and being ‘mandatory’ (in certain circumstances), the same old issues around getting people to fill them in correctly remain the same.
As more and more ‘public facing’ businesses and services start to open to the public again one of the conditions of opening up is that certain organisations are expected to support the ‘track and trace’ programme. To support the various businesses in Essex looking to re-open and collect this data for the first time we…
While the ICO has said they are being flexible with organisations if things go wrong during the pandemic, they have also made it clear that any misuse or abdication of your responsibilities will result in action by them (whatever that means given their track record).