You will no doubt be familiar with the General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR, the purpose of which is to give individuals within the European Union enhanced protection when it comes to their personal data. This regulation stipulates that organisations must provide enhanced protection when it comes to privacy and data and is applicable to all organisations established within the European Union (EU), as well as all organisations who provide goods and services to EU countries or who monitor the behaviour of individuals within the EU, irrespective of where they are based. This regulation has been in force since 25th May 2018.​​​​​​​

GDPR support for your IT

We will assist you with the evaluation of your IT system and with ensuring your company meets compliance with regards to the GDPR. In order to do so, we offer three consulting packages:

GDPR Assessment

GDPR Assessment

as part of this package, we will help you identify the different technologies and stages that could be deployed in order to simplify the process of meeting compliance with the GDPR.

GDPR Compliance

GDPR Compliance

as part of this package, we will make it easier for your company to meet the standards governing data protection and regulation when using Microsoft cloud services and to simplify compliance processes via integrated control management and generating tools.

GDPR Shadow IT Discovery

GDPR Shadow IT Discovery

as part of this package, we will help you identify all of the cloud applications operated from your network in addition to helping you evaluate all inherent risks, to monitor the data passing across it and to protect you against any harm.

Training and Certification for your DPO

The Data Protection Officer (DPO) occupies a central role within your company, with this individual responsible for providing information and advice as well as training processing managers and all other employees. Tasked with raising awareness among all members of staff with regards to the GDPR, it is their responsibility to take steps to ensure that the regulation is fully applied and respected.

Those organisations who are required to appoint a DPO are listed under article 37 of the GDPR. However, we recommend that you appoint a DPO on a voluntary basis, or at least designate one or more individuals within your company who will be responsible for any problems linked to the protection of personal data.

In order to support your DPOs and processing managers, we offer a three-level training programme: GDPR Foundation (2 days), GDPR Practitioner (5 days or Foundation + 3 days) and Certified Data Protection Officer (Practitioner + Certification). The goal of this training course is to enable you:

  • To acquire a general understanding of the relevant concepts, measures, methods and techniques involved in the process of effectively applying the GDPR
  • To develop an understanding of the demands made of both EU and nonEU organisations by the GDPR and to acquire the expertise necessary for the purposes of deployment
  • To learn how to manage a data protection team
  • To develop the knowledge and skills required for providing organisations with advice on best practice in relation to analysis and decisionmaking with regards to the management of personal data.
  • To aim for the Certified Data Protection Officer qualification depending on your level of experience.

MyDPRights – helping you manage your GDPR requests

In order to facilitate the process of meeting compliance with the GDPR and to assist you when it comes to managing your requests, we have developed MyDPRights through our sister company Ainos. 

MyDPRights is the first secure web platform enabling companies and organisations to gather together all of the requests from their clients relating to their personal data and to ensure that they meet compliance with the new GDPR regulation in a way that is both simple and effective.

The platform provides these companies and organisations - and their DPOs (Data Protection Officers) and relevant processing managers in particular - with a tool for coordinating requests, thus rendering processing easier.

This makes it possible to:

Centralise requests

Meet deadlines:

track requests and respond to them within 30 days

Retain a proof of the request and the reply

Consumers/citizens, meanwhile, will be able to track their request, make any modifications they see fit or request for the data held by the company to be deleted.



The current version of the application has been translated into 6 languages: French, English, Italian, Spanish, German and Dutch


All requests are logged and accessible at all times


All exchanges use HTTPS over SSL, ensuring that data is encrypted throughout its journey


All requests and responses are centralised in the application