Innovating In The

Area Of Data Protection

and GRC Excellence

We're honoured to be recognised by industry leading journals for our contribution to the world of Data Protection and GRC in Asia.

In 2017, we were voted among the top 25 compliance solutions provider by APAC CIO Outlook Magazine


By Asia CIO Outlook Magazine

We Work With Regulators

We are currently the market leader for providing data protection solutions, training and consultancy in the region. We provide data protection and privacy expertise (including hands-on courses and professional certification training) to privacy regulators that include Ghana, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines and Indonesia.

We Serve Industry Leaders

Our clients include industry leaders such as Boardroom, National Healthcare Group, Loreal, Philippines Long Distance Telecom, Samsung, Tesco, Tricor, PropNex and so forth. Other clients also include associations and social service organisations as well as privacy regulators in the region.

Providing Thought Leadership On The World Stage

Our familiarity with regional data protection laws including General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) especially from a risk-based and operational perspective area the reason why our experts are invited to speaking engagements around the world. This gives us the opportunity to contribute new research and insights on hot topics relevant to data protection as well as to exchange views with other data protections experts in the international arena, data protection authorities as well as those from the European union.

International Publication Endorsed By Regulators Worldwide

A data protection handbook written by our experts entitled, "99 Privacy Breaches To Beware Of”, was recently published by Marshall Cavendish where it was favourably received by the general public and those interested in data protection and privacy. To expand the readership for the book, Marshall Cavendish translated the book into Chinese. It has received positive reviews from regulators around the world including the European Union, Ghana and even Hong Kong. This publication is also recommended reading for professional certification. 

Data Protection Excellence Network

In 2018, we launched the Data Protection Excellence Network  ( to turn Singapore into a regional hub for data protection with the objectives of promoting the awareness, best practices and education on data protection. Our partners now include Singapore Management University in Singapore (where we have since jointly launched two advanced certificates in data protection leading to an advanced diploma), International Islamic University of Malaysia, De La Salle University, Philippines, National Institute of Development Administration-NIDA, Thailand and the National Privacy Commission of the Philippines. The Advanced Certificates for data protection are currently the only two Advanced Certificates leading to an Advanced Diploma in Data Protection offered in Singapore and Asia. 

When EXIN, a Netherlands based exam certification body which specialised in certification of IT professionals worldwide, started exams for operational aspects for the General Data Protection Regulation of Europe, four members of our team were invited to its data protection expert panel.

For such an intense subject, it is a pleasant surprise that the training is lively, hands-on and practical.

“The facilitators’ diverse backgrounds offer us useful insights from the angles of governance, operations and marketing. 

“This DPO course takes away a lot of my anxiety on how I can go back to the office to implement the processes effectively. I am fully equipped with best practices, manuals, templates and tools to get started.

 “Strongly recommended!”


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