We sometimes get asked to write articles, speak at conferences, or appear on the TV to talk about the GDPR, privacy and data protection. Here are a few instances of where we have been mentioned.Request demo
Launch of New Online Hub to Help Streamline GDPR Compliance
The Privacy Compliance Hub is a new online service which features an easy to use, simple solution for companies to establish and maintain data protection compliance in time for the GDPR.
Lawyers can't get privacy right alone
Nigel Jones, co-founder of the Privacy Compliance Hub discusses how and why lawyers and legal teams should build a culture of continuous privacy compliance for 2022.
Five Reasons Why Ad Tech Businesses Need to Prioritise Privacy
The ad tech industry is undergoing a seismic shift amid pressure from regulators. But it is possible to stay true to the principles of privacy by design…
Privacy Worries Getting in the Way of HealthTech Growth? There is Another Way
Nigel Jones, ex Head of Legal at Google EMEA and co-founder of the award-winning Privacy Compliance Hub, shows how HealthTech startups that understand the importance of privacy can flourish.
How to make your employees fall in love with privacy
When 90% of data breaches in the UK are down to human error, your team really is your best defence and your greatest weakness when it comes to privacy compliance. Here's how to get your people to care more about privacy.
Five ways to stop privacy worries hindering health tech growth
Nigel Jones, ex Head of Legal at Google EMEA and co-founder of the Privacy Compliance Hub, on how health tech leaders can protect themselves from negative headlines that impact consumer trust and sales.
Empowering Responsible Innovation: Why the ICO is Changing Tack with ICO25
Karima Noren, former Head of Legal for Emerging Markets at Google and co-founder of the Privacy Compliance Hub, was invited to attend the Information Commissioner’s speech earlier this month. Here’s why she’s in favour of a more pragmatic approach to data regulation.
10 questions CFOs must ask themselves about privacy
Busy CFOs might see privacy as an unwanted burden on their schedules. But failing to invest in privacy is a false economy when it leads to fines and reputational damage.