A cost-effective solution for education
In a sector where resources can be in short supply, the Privacy Compliance Hub provides a cost-effective solution for minimising the risk of data breaches. It makes privacy simple, even for those with no privacy experience, and gives your organisation’s stakeholders the confidence to know that a worrying risk has been dealt with effectively.Let us show you how
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Simple and comprehensive
A simple, structured privacy compliance programme to best manage your risks.
No legal experience required
An automated, easy-to-follow Route Map guides everybody through what needs to be done.
Training modules are delivered directly from your hub to make it easier for you and your staff to understand and care about privacy.
Demonstrates you’re doing it
The hub is a cost-effective and simple way to show your organisation is compliant at any time.
What our clients say...
Making it simple
“Privacy is complicated and evolving; we wanted a software package that would help us improve our privacy and demonstrate our compliance with GDPR and other privacy laws.”
Chief Operating Officer at Third Space Learning
A trusted partner for Zzish
“We needed a simple, cost-effective solution that we could easily implement ourselves. The Privacy Compliance Hub has been our trusted partner since the beginning.”
Chief executive officer at education app providers Zzish
Our experts share their insights...
The relationship between COPPA and GDPR: getting it right for your business
Lawmakers have long recognised that children need special treatment when it comes to data and how it’s used. And as we’d expect, the EU’s new data protection framework, The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) includes several important provisions relating to children.
‘Privacy is complicated and evolving’: why Third Space Learning & Olive Academies have joined the Privacy Compliance Hub
Our unashamedly simple solution works for organisations of every size, in every sector – from Channel 4, Navico and Onfido to Credit Kudos, Peak Labs, and SharpTx. See who else has joined us this month.
How to create an Article 30 Record
Records can be interesting if you are a Strava athlete. Or a collector of vinyl. But Article 30 Records are not interesting. Even if we call them by their other name – ‘Records of Processing Activities’ – they still don’t sound interesting. And they are not. What they are is an essential (and often legally required) building block of any data protection compliance programme.
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We can take you through a half-hour remote demo or answer any of your questions with a chat.