public sector customers

data protection & security needs

Our Work In The
Public Sector

A true partnership is a two-way street, especially in the field of data protection compliance. As a leading consultancy in the field, we have helped numerous government agencies and public organisations strengthen their data protection practices and safeguard their sensitive information. Our team of experts build strong relationships with our clients based on mutual trust and respect for each other’s expertise.

We understand the challenges and complexities of managing data in the public sector and are dedicated to helping our clients navigate these challenges effectively. Our services range from data protection consultancy and training, to information security solutions and support, all designed to help public sector organisations stay ahead of emerging threats and ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations.

Our client list speaks for itself. We have worked with many government agencies and public sector organisations that have trusted us with their data protection and information security needs. We are proud to have contributed to their success, and the relationships we have formed and remain committed to delivering exceptional services to all our public sector clients.

Read our case studies or check out our experienced team to learn more about who we are and how we can support you.

Featured Case Study


outsourced data protection manager services, sar redaction and training

Over the last few years, and under the pressures of the Covid-19 pandemic, the RDUH Information Governance Team has faced numerous pressures to ensure the continued care of its patients. Now in a post-pandemic era, and with a shift in demand, the Information Governance Team has needed to boost their skilled resources to meet legislative and regulatory requirements.

DPAS were approached by the RDUH to provide that additional support, improve resource capabilities to address the backlog of SARs, and provide training to narrow the teams skill shortage gap.