Frontier Privacy is an innovative data protection consultancy. We deliver services in Ireland and internationally for organisations and companies across a range of sectors.

We offer a complete range of data protection services, from assessments to training to representation. Prepare your business for the upcoming General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). Talk to our privacy experts today!

Changes to data protection law are coming. Managing your organisation’s personal data has never been so important.

New EU legislation – the GDPR – will come into effect in 2018 that places a far greater onus on organisations to protect the data of individuals.

Breaches of this legislation will be heavily fined. However, there are clear and proven steps you can take to show how you manage data.

Knowing your responsibilities, and having robust privacy strategies in place, will ensure your compliance and reduce your risk.

By managing your personal data better, you will create a valuable resource that can provide important insights for your business.

Manage your data and unleash its potential

Implementing a data protection programme will help you build trust with your customer base, give peace of mind, and provide valuable business insights.

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Why work with Frontier Privacy?

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Lasting partnerships

We partner with clients to ensure they integrate their data protection strategy smoothly and effectively across the organisation. We give them the confidence to lawfully use personal data for the benefit of the business.

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Clearer pricing

To ensure unbeatable value, we’ve done away with the old hourly pricing model. Our services come as fixed-cost packages, so although each one is tailored to your needs, you’ll get full pricing transparency before you start.

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Expert knowledge

We empower our clients through a range of training supports. We will design and implement a training programme that’s tailored to your needs; demystifying the principles of data protection with our jargon-busting approach.

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Proactive approach

With our extensive industry expertise, we will ensure you have all the tools you need to stay compliant. From our initial analysis to our finished implementation, we will keep you informed of the risks, actions and outcomes.

A new era in privacy

Advances in technology are fundamentally changing the way we do business. Social, mobile, cloud and smart tech are continuing to disrupt how we work and play, with more and more aspects of our lives moving online. If your business collects personal data – be it health, employee, or financial data, or simply personal information contained in marketing or client databases – you must comply with data protection laws.

Having a strong privacy programme in place makes good business sense. Firstly, you will lower the risk from cyber attacks, insider threats, disgruntled employees, or complaints to the Data Protection Commissioner. Secondly, you can analyse and use the personal data for your business purposes, knowing that you are doing so safely and legally.

At Frontier Privacy, we assist with the design and implementation of privacy programmes. We help businesses to build a culture of compliance and accountability, and avoid breaches of data protection laws.

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"Aoife has been providing ongoing advice to the global body, the GSMA, on data protection matters and in particular on managing cross border transfers and vendor contracts. I have found her approach very practical and pragmatic and would highly recommend Aoife for her work in this area."

David WalshGeneral Counsel, GSM Association

"Aoife has been instrumental in helping us (a SaaS company) navigate data protection and privacy legislation, particularly in the post Safe Harbor world. I'd recommended Aoife extremely highly to any software company for her expertise in this area."

Steven CollinsFounder/CTO, Swrve

"Aoife has provided great support and invaluable assistance to our company on data protection matters and has provided ongoing practical advice on compliance generally and on international data transfers."

SamHead of Professional Services (SaaS company)

"Kate provided IPHA with expert, clear and rapid advice on complex data protection issues. Her ability to listen to our needs, simplify and provide concise answers was very welcome at a time when we were dealing with rapidly changing media reactions. We have worked with Kate for a considerable time and her ongoing support has been invaluable."

Rebecca CrampIrish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association (IPHA)

“Kate provided General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) training to members of our staff. She is an excellent tutor with obvious practical experience in the area.”

a national healthcare service provider

Our blog & knowledge base

16th June 2017

How can you ensure your organisation is GDPR ready?

2nd February 2017 in data protection

How ePrivacy Regulation Changes will Impact You

E-Privacy Regulation: Changes to Direct Marketing Rules will Impact on Small and Large Businesses The law is trying hard to keep up with the pace at which IT services are…

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26th January 2017 in data portability

What is the data portability right?

A new right of data portability is included in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which comes into effect in May 2018. This new right allows individuals move their data…

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24th January 2017 in data protection, GDPR

Do you need a Data Protection Officer?

On December 13th 2016 the EU Data Protection think tank – the Article 29 Working Party – issued guidance on the requirements for Data Protection Officers (DPOs) under the General…

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12th January 2017 in GDPR

It’s time to get serious about Data Protection

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was officially adopted on 27th April 2016 and brings with it an updated regime set to dominate board rooms across the EU. Data…

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