Data Privacy Professional Services

Businesses and public sector organizations are under increasing pressure to comply with both national and international privacy laws, while managing a wide range of data related risks.

Our Services

• Privacy risk assessment

• Auditing methodology and reporting

• Generic and bespoke training and training effectiveness testing

• Interim management and consultants 

• Data privacy project management

• Privacy impact assessments

• Policy reviews and re-writing

• Consulting

• Information governance

• Records management

• Information security

Our team

This is where we really stand out from other privacy consultancies. DPR works closely with a large trusted associate network that covers all international geographies. 

We are not restricted to a small team of generalists. Instead, we assign consultants/specialists who are tailor made for projects with the right experience and sector background. We have high standards and only trusted and respected experts in the data privacy community join our associate network. 

All projects are assessed by one of our core team of Senior Data Privacy Consultants who are legal and compliance experts for UK, EU and international privacy and data protection.

Our fees 

Our business model allows us to be very competitive on cost, all our fees are 100% transparent. We aim to ensure that you will know at all times exactly what is being done, who is doing it, when it will be finished and how much it will cost. 

If you have any questions or would like to discuss a project, please contact us. 

Confidentiality is guaranteed. 


Being part of the European Union, the United Kingdom was expected to adapt to the new EU General Regulation on Data Protection requirements till May 2018, but the result of the 23 June 2016 referendum on membership of the EU now means that the UK Government needs to consider the impact of the GDPR. It is highly likely that the UK will adopt the same level of protection as the one incorporated in the GDPR because it is not expected that the UK will exit the EU before the GDPR enters into force on 25 May 2018. Secondly, UK-based organisations that offer goods or services to EU-resident individuals, or whose processing activities are related to such offering, will be directly subjected to the GDPR regardless of whether the Regulation is in force in the UK.


The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be enforced in the EU on May 25, 2018, replacing the national laws and regulations. It will impose a stricter privacy and data protection regime, including expansion of jurisdiction, stricter consent conditions, the right to be forgotten, data portability, data breach notification requirement, etc. 

Another important requirement of the GDPR is the mandatory designation of the Data Protection Officer (DPO) in situations when the processing is carried out by a public authority, the core activities of the controller/ processor require monitoring of data subjects on a large scale, and when the core activities of the controller/processor consist of processing of special categories of data on a large scale. The main duties of a DPO are: 

to inform and advise all the stakeholders on their obligations pursuant to the GDPR and other data protection provisions, 
to monitor compliance,
to provide advice with regard to the data protection impact assessment, 
to cooperate with the supervisory authority,
to act as the contact point for the supervisory authority.

We can help you appoint the right legal and compliance expert who can help your organisation to fulfill all of the requirements stemming from EU and international data protection regulation. We also provide a single DPO for multiple undertakings, which results in lower costs but still ensures compliance.

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A lack of experienced data protection management oversight or proper control can so easily result in significant reputation and financial risks.

It is increasingly important that all organisations can access sufficient data protection expertise. 

“DPR consultancy services is a great offering, rather than fitting a constant to the job they pick tailor made consultants and specialists to fit the project” 

Data protection is increasingly understood and demanded by businesses and the general public

Managing data protection risk is increasingly critical to private and public sector organisations