Privacy and Data Protection

During the year 2018, the new GDPR challenged companies in many ways: to understand their data, map them, assess the risks that they pose and decide on organizational models.

2019 will be the year of the completion of the compliance process, the evaluation of the effectiveness of implemented models and the understanding of the potential of the data that is retained. This year will also see the development of innovative data projects and the application of Artificial Intelligence to Big Data.

Moreover, Data Protection Authorities will start carrying out - and intensify - inspections to check compliance with the GDPR.

In light of the above, we have decided to implement a series of additional general services that will allow companies not only to comply with the GDPR, but also to seize all the opportunities offered by the emerging data economy.

This is combined with our ability to assist companies that operate in specific sectors, where our added value lies in being able to provide complete assistance that connects the specific regulatory issues of the sector, with the general themes of data processing and security.

General 
Services

For companies that still need to reach compliance with the GDPR and for those that have started the process and are evaluating the effectiveness of the implemented measures.

READ ABOUT OUR GENERAL SERVICES

Services for specific sectors

Our distinctive ability is knowing how to intervene in highly specific sectors: from e-health to procurement, from medical devices to marketing and new technologies.

OUR SERVICES FOR SPECIFIC SECTORS 

The data protection team

We offer strategic and comprehensive advice on data protection through the synergy of professionals with diverse expertise, background and approaches.

GET TO KNOW OUR DATA PROTECTION TEAM 

European Data Protection Observatory

Data Protection requires keeping up-to-date not only at local level, but also at EU level with regard to new regulations, interpretations, cases of GDPR application and sanctions.
Our European Data Protection Observatory is a tool for constant updating, where we publish the most relevant news on data protection in chronological order.

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