At a glance


  • Digital strategy
  • IT project management
  • IT strategy
  • Legal
  • Marketing strategy
  • Project management
  • Business advice / analysis
  • Change management
  • Governance
  • Research


Based in Suffolk
Will travel to Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, London (Central), London (East), London (North), London (South), London (West)
I would prefer to volunteer mainly at home, mainly at the office, or will consider remote opportunities from across the UK.


Either in or out of office hours

Depends on location and requirements. Will be as flexible as possible


  • Any

Type of role

Ongoing role, Short term project, Trustee/Governor

About me

Hi. I am an IT Security Subject Matter Expert and have recently become qualified to assist origanisations prepare themselves for the forthcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which will affect all charities holding anything that can be construed as Personally Identifiable Information, whether it be related to service users, donors, donor prospects and/or employees/volunteers.

I have knowledge around the incoming regulation, experience with the out-going data protection act (DPA) and am something of a 'heavy duty' cyber security consultant to boot. In a nutshell this means I am well-placed to offer guidance on (a) your current compliance status; (b) what you will need to do to comply; and, should you wish, (c) make you compliant.

I am NOT trying to market 'billble' services. On the contrary...I have been the recipient of some 'charitable' assistance myself over the last 12 months and am simply trying to find a way of 'giving something back'

What am I looking for

I am looking to assist worthy charitable organisations with GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) implementation projects. Any charity holding donor informtion, service user information, employee/volunteer information and prospect informtiaon is likely to be required to be compliant by 25th May 2018.

My offer of free help could save applicable charities crica £650 per day (I know one or two charities that are paying this for GDPR consultations) and could help avoid fines of up to €20 million