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Data is now recognised as one of the world’s most valuable commodities. Ensuring the ethical and compliant protection of data to achieve successful business outcomes is essential for all organisations.
Add to that the challenge of keeping up with privacy and data protection frameworks, regulatory change, data strategy and organisational design. Plus ensuring your data policies, procedures and training are up to date and fit for purpose.
Using years of experience in data privacy consulting and data privacy legal advice, we help you meet your data responsibilities. Keeping you a step ahead to maximise your data’s value and health, for better business outcomes.
We think strategically for our clients providing regulatory gap analysis and task prioritisation. We create and develop data strategy, data organisational design and operating models.
We advise on and use digitally enabled solutions, to help you meet your data privacy requirements and exploit opportunities to monetise data both ethically and lawfully. Providing key insights to future regulatory change.
By combining the consulting experience of certified privacy managers with legal expertise, we can help you create enduring value.
Data privacy consulting + legal = better outcomes for your business.
How it works
Develop clear data strategy
Provide organisational design and operating models
Deep data knowledge across highly regulated sectors
Perform all aspects of a data function
Supported by our legal colleagues, we can provide legal advice and resource if and when required
Consultancy and legal services provided as one
Reduce time spent in-house on data issues
Manage the data programme effectively
Improve structure, processes and governance
“...I know TLT will fix my problems, and it isn’t up to me to determine whether they are strictly legal issues, policy etc. I don’t have the resource or time to delve much into those risks and decide how they can best be resourced. TLT were therefore the clear winner for me.”Data Protection Officer - Russell Group University
News 29 NOVEMBER 2023