Data protection work requires an ability to interpret often complex legal regulatory text and apply them to specific ISMS controls in different business units. This ability must be complimented with direct experience in conducting data privacy impact assessments in a structured method along with keeping on top of remediation activities, data subject access requests, communications with the DPC /ICO, record keeping and staff training etc.
Combine all these requirements with a need for deep technical understanding and application of privacy controls such as data minimisation techniques, cryptography, data loss prevention (DLP) policies, identity and access management (IAM), multi factor authentication (MFA) and other vendor specific methods to deliver it all effectively.
In short, in order to win stakeholder confidence, the voice of experience will always be top of the list and will make the difference in project outcomes every time. Settling for something less will risk financial and personal reputational loss which is avoidable by engaging with us.