Who we are:  On Data Privacy Ltd is a subsidiary company of  Allstrat Ltd.  Allstrat Ltd is a corporate member of the Data & Marketing Association (the DMA) and adheres to the DMA Code.

Who is in charge:  Allan Simpson is a professional Data Protection Officer. He has practical, hands on experience as a DPO in the hospitality, tourism and charity sectors.  Allan is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and holdes their CIPP/E and CIPM certifications.  He is also a member of the Institute of Data and Marketing (MIDM).

What we do:  On Data Privacy provides specialist DPO advice and the opportunity for you to outsource critical data protection work.

Why we do it:  Data protection and privacy management can be complicated.  This is a fast-moving, fluid activity.  It is really hard for business owners and managers to keep up with it and do their own work at the same time.  We work hard to keep up to date with developments on your behalf, we build, implement, manage and monitor systems on your behalf.  Which means it gets easier for you to take advantage of the useful parts of the GDPR and Data Protection Act, whilst observing the disciplines of the regulations.

About This Website

This website is operated by On Data Privacy Ltd. a company registered in Scotland No. SC487611.

The website and associated services uses systems and content developed and maintained by Allstrat Ltd and licensed to On Data Privacy Ltd for use on this website.

Director:  Allan Simpson CIPP/E  CIPM MIDM

Contact email:   [email protected]

Contact address: 22 Montrose Street, Glasgow, G1 1RE

Contact Telephone:  0141 370 6224

Call To Action

The On Data Privacy Approach

There are two things which really matter:

  1. Our privacy and safety as individuals.  Or what some privacy laws refer to as our, "rights and freedoms".
  2. The ability of your business or organisation to operate whilst upholding those rights and freedoms.  In other words, your ability to take advantage of the modern data economy.  Giving yourself a licence to operate with personal data which belongs to other people.

Regulations such as the GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018 in the UK are there to protect us as individuals.  That is their purpose.

They are also there to provide our businesses and organisations with guidance regarding what is meant by "upholding the rights and freedoms of individuals".

However beyond the notion of mere "compliance" with data privacy and protection legislation lies the promise of what your organisation can achieve when you are transparent about your privacy management and people really trust you.

With transparency and trust, you can start to attract more customers, keep the for longer and enjoy their loyalty.  The same goes for attracting and keeping employees with the skills your business needs.

So put all the negative thoughts of fines and the "compliance chore" to one side.

Give your organisation, and yourself, a chance by adopting the right approach for your personal data management responsibilities.

Which means a clear understanding of why you need to do this - and how to do it in support of your business objectives.

That's the On Data Privacy approach.