outsourced data protection manager

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Outsourced Data
Protection Manager

Are you struggling to recruit a Data Protection Manager (DPM), do you need additional support because your DPO has a high workload, or your DPM has left the organisation? We understand that not every organisation has the resources or expertise to maintain an in-house DPM. That’s where we come in. We offer outsourced services to act as your DPM. We provide an interim solution on a permanent or temporary basis.

Outsourcing the role of a DPM can be a cost-effective and efficient way to manage your organisation’s day-to-day data protection responsibilities whilst ensuring compliance with the relevant regulations. Our DPM will act as a senior member of staff who can provide independent advice, and challenge data protection and information governance processes and practices. In addition, we help to promote a positive data protection culture by engaging with your employees to ensure they understand their responsibilities.

The outsourced DPM will be accountable for making sure that Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs), Data Subject Access Requests (SARs), data breaches, and other relevant procedures are followed within your organisation. Our team of DPOs and DPMs are qualified data protection practitioners and have years of experience. DPAS’s team of professionals will work closely with you to understand your specific data protection needs and provide support whenever you need it. 

Our services start from as little as £500 per month. Get in touch with us today to see if we are the right fit for your organisation.

Outsourced or Interim Data Protection Officer Project

Bristol Airport approached DPAS several years ago, looking for data protection officer outsourced support.

They wanted advice of projects across the airport, and support assiting the in-house team in responding to complex enquiries. DPAS has been providing DPO services since, providing support remotely, to ensure the airport maintains its consistent compliance.


bristol airport have worked closely with dpas for serveral years

They have been instrumental in providing services helping us to deliver transformative projects across our airport, legal support, with an ethical and pragmatic twist.




Hiring a full-time DPM can be expensive, especially for smaller businesses. Outsourcing your DPM can result in significant cost savings for your organisation, as you will only pay for what you need.

When you outsource your DPM, you gain access to a team of experts who have specialised knowledge and experience in data protection. This helps ensure your organisation is compliant with all relevant data protection regulations and best practices.

Outsourcing your DPM provides you with greater flexibility to scale up, or down, as needed. You can adjust the level of support you receive based on your organisation’s needs, which can be especially valuable during times of growth or change.


Data protection regulations are constantly changing and evolving. When you outsource your DPM, you can rely on your service provider to stay up to date on the latest regulations and ensure that your organisation remains compliant.

Outsourcing your DPM allows you to focus on your core business activities, whilst leaving the management of data protection to the experts. This can help improve overall efficiency and productivity within your organisation.

By outsourcing, you are assured that your DPM will not be subject to internal conflicting decision-making, and will balance the rights of the data subject with the business objectives in an independent manner.

What's Included?

Named Data Protection Manager (DPM) with years of experience.

Onsite and offsite support to deal with all data protection matters from an independent DPM, and full support of a privacy team.

    • Data privacy telephone line for advice and support.
    • Data privacy ticketing system for advice and support, providing a full audit trail of legal advice.

Reviewing and updating your Data Protection and Information Security Policies.

Write bespoke policies and procedures for the organisation where they do not exist.

Assistance when negotiating contracts with suppliers regarding the transfer of data, where required.

Access via our online portal to a full suite of free templates, tools, policies, and more.

Cooperate with the ICO on behalf of the organisation if required.

24/7 on-call service to manage data breach incidents. The DPM will provide support to the organisation and report the breach to the ICO when necessary.

Promote a strong and positive data protection culture focused on the rights of the data subject.

Deliver an ongoing programme of training, highlighting the importance of Data Protection and GDPR.

Inform and advise staff on matters GDPR related, including legislation and regulations as defined by the DPM.

Advice on International Data Transfers.

Act as the first point of contact for all GDPR enquiries within the organisation.

Deliver an ongoing programme of training, highlighting the importance of Data Protection and GDPR.

Reviewing and updating your Data Protection and Information Security Policies.

Data Protection Manager assurance, risk analysis, and assistance in the completion of Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs).

Monthly updates on ICO guidance. Bi-weekly data protection bulletins.

Support with Individual Rights Requests and Data Subject Access Requests (SARs).

Access via our online portal to a full suite of free templates, tools, policies, and more.

Attendance at Senior Leadership Meetings, Board meetings, or Audit and Assurance Committees when required.

Report on data protection compliance when required.

Meet Our Team Of DPO's & CONSULTANTS

Nigel Gooding

Chief Data Protection Officer

Natalie Bennett

Head of Data Protection Consultancy

Charlotte Bolt

Senior Data Protection Consultant

Lauren Durham-Hutchins

Data Privacy officer

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Easy to understand data privacy and information security services that are always accessable, consistenty pragmatic and continually exceeding expectations.

Keeping up to date with changes in data protection regulations, and best practices, can often be challenging for organisations. By outsourcing to an expert consultancy like us, organisations can access data protection professionals who stay current with the latest developments, meaning your Data Protection Manager is always up-to-date on latest guidance, and changes in legislation.

We are extremely competitive, and our work consistently exceeds our customers’ expectations. Instead of hiring and maintaining an in-house team or seeking external legal advice, we’ll work closely with you to develop a customised plan that meets your specific needs, and budget.

Outsourcing allows your organisation to scale up requirements as needed, without the commitment of a full-time, or part-time, employee. We have the capacity and capability to hit the ground running and support your organisation whenever you need it, so you can focus on your core business activities — whilst we ensure that your data protection requirements are being met.

We work with you to identify any potential threats and take steps to mitigate them, reducing the risk of reputational damage and compliance fines. With our up-to-date knowledge on current issues facing data protection and information security we can take proactive measures to safeguard your data.

We have a wealth of experience providing a Data Protection Manager, to public, private, and third sectors. Spanning several years, DPAS has supported numerous organisations with a more hands-on approach. We understand that each organisation faces its own challenges, and always provide tailored solutions to meet your specific requirements.

Entrusting the DPM role to a competent professional provides you with peace of mind. You can rest assured that your organisation’s data is being managed by someone with the necessary expertise, allowing you to focus on other critical aspects of your business.