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Is your organisation ready for GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on 25th May 2018. It will impact on all EU organisations holding personal data & indeed all non-EU organisations holding data on EU citizens.

Our GDPR advisory practice offers a comprehensive suite of consultancy and technical rectification services to organisations in need of direction and help ahead of next year’s deadline.

Our offering includes:-

  1. Educational – our consultants including our legal partner Lewis Silkin LLP, are ready to inform and educate your teams on the remit and scope of GDPR
  2. Audit – we provide a full audit of your technical and processing services identifying areas for rectification via a roadmap of change
  3. Resolution and fixing- our technical team will make changes to your website, CRM and other systems to ensure for example, best practice UX  is deployed for obtaining marketing consent
  4. Consultancy and training – beyond supporting your staff with the impact of GDPR on business practices we also deliver training assets including manuals, face-face, screencasts etc.
  5. Regular checkpoints – we advise regular 6 month check-up and reviews of your services to ensure they remain compliant
  6. Testing and validation – all our services can be validated by external 3rd parties to give you peace of mind

If you would like to find out more please contact us.

In the meantime, we have published a number of white papers on GDPR

  • Gary Lunt

    Gary Lunt

    Customer Attuned

    Gary Lunt is a Director of management consultants Customer Attuned and has recent consulting experience across several sectors, notably FMCG, Healthcare, Construction, Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), and Digital Print & Data Management. As a service to both existing and potential clients, Gary and Matt Anslow have designed the Customer Attuned GDPR Readiness Assessment to prepare companies for the journey to GDPR compliance. Gary is an expert in customer management having spent the first half of his career in senior roles within companies such as Diageo, Unilever, GSK, and Cadburys. The second half of his career was in healthcare, as Group Sales Director at AAH Pharmaceuticals and Business Development Director with Celesio AG based in Stuttgart.

  • Simon Kirby

    Simon Kirby

    OPINE Consulting

    Senior digital lead/agile product owner with a focus on user experience and recent experience of implementing GDPR in complex systems. Able to define and translate GDPR requirements into user-friendly and pragmatic technology requirements and deliverables. A skilled and versatile digital leader.   Experience in the compliance-critical financial and public sectors allows me to negotiate compliant and business-friendly outcomes.  Agile experience gives me deep familiarity with best practice methods of design and delivery.

  • Maawia Ahmed

    Maawia Ahmed


    Maawai works as a Researcher for Panlogic. He is responsible for keeping fully up to date with all developments in data protection legislation. His work extends to publishing blogs on the associated social media implications, building our organisational knowledge, identifying how Regulation affects different organisations/sectors and helping to steer our clients accordingly.

  • Geoff Smith

    Geoff Smith

    Privacy Professional

    Privacy Professional, Data Ethics evangelist, thought leader and Fellow of Loughborough University Centre for Information Management. Geoff has provided data protection officer services, leadership and advice to a variety of global brands across the Banking, Insurance, Professional Services, Energy and Logistics sectors. Established risk based strategies to enable balanced implementations of GDPR compliance leveraging opportunity for disruption and new business models. Advisory on a number of industry standard development bodies including Open Banking Implementation Entity and U.K Finance Policy Group.

  • Simon Morrissey

    Simon Morrissey

    Lewis Silkin

    Simon heads Lewis Silkin’s Data & Privacy practice group which comprises of 4 partners and 11 Associates. The team advise on the full range of commercial and workplace privacy issues and Simon has a long established focus on providing data protection advice to clients in the technology, advertising, marketing and media sectors. Simon is also recognised by the Legal 500 as an expert in data protection and by Chambers and Partners as an expert in ad tech. Examples of Simon’s data protection practice include advising on cross-border data transfers, GDPR readiness assessments and audits, data protection impact assessments (especially in the context of IOT devices), the use of personal data in marketing and social media campaigns, the privacy aspects of online and mobile media, intra-group data transfer arrangements, data breach and cyber security matters and devising strategies to maximise the commercial value of data and address investigations by data protection regulators.