Specialist advice to stay compliant and make the most of your data.
We will calmly guide you through privacy and data protection issues at every stage, whether during the development of your next mobile application, or helping you develop your marketing and cookies strategy in preparation for e-privacy. Our clients value the wealth of practical experience we have built up from acting for a range of innovative technology businesses, which we can draw on to help you navigate similar issues, and assess your plans against the rest of the market.
Our international privacy and data protection team based in the UK and Singapore acts for mobile advertising networks, leading technology retailers and global online software providers. We pride ourselves on knowing (and often using) the technology we are helping our clients leverage. We have completed GDPR compliance projects for clients in a vast range of sectors, including clients caching the Darknet, large academic charities (including US headquartered), and a variety of smaller businesses ranging from AI platforms to hotels.
We can help maximise what you can do with personal data in a way that keeps you on the right side of the law – so you know when you can share personal data with others, as well as how best to generate analytics. We regularly help businesses work with the ICO, whether to understand innovative uses of personal data before their business has even started handling personal data, right the way through to reporting data breaches.
We also offer our unique GDPR Accountability subscription service, to support your data protection officers and others responsible for data protection in your organisation.
Our specialist interdisciplinary team will integrate closely with yours as trusted advisors, helping with all aspects of privacy and data protection including:
- Electronic and postal marketing campaigns
- Data Processing Agreements
- International transfers of personal data
- International compliance projects, via our International Counsel Model
- Data breaches
- Complaints from data subjects
- HR-related data and its management throughout the employment cycle
- Privacy and data protection training