Trilateral Research is delighted to announce that we have been Ranked #1 among GDPR Solution Providers for our Data Protection and Cyber-risk Service. The ranking was produced by CIO Review Magazine, which publishes an annual list of top GDPR Solution providers in the UK and Europe.
Trilateral Research was selected because of the depth of our knowledge of data protection requirements, our focus on sustainable innovation and societal well-being, and critically, our commitment to responsible data practices and data ethics. The article highlighted our ability to provide both practical guidance and personalised solutions for our clients. It featured our Cookie Compliance Guide as well as our strong relationships with Regulators such as the EDPS, Information Commissioner’s Office and Data Protection Commission (Ireland) amongst others.
CIO Review highlighted our work in the healthcare sector where we have been focusing significant efforts with regulatory agencies and pharmaceutical companies entering the EU markets, as well as with healthcare delivery organisations. They were particularly interested in our work with Irish hospitals, where we have supported the development of more than 30 cross-organisational data sharing agreements in the first year of our contract, contributing to improved patient outcomes.
Another key area that contributed to our high ranking was our work in developing assessments for AI tools that meet privacy, transparency, and other ethics requirements. Our explainable AI solution offering, Sociotech for Good, resonated well with CIO Review, who recognised the need for innovation in assessing algorithmic transparency to ensure that algorithmic tools being developed meet emerging ethical AI standards.
We want to thank all our clients and collaborators for providing us the opportunity to work with them, as well as our team members whose commitment, energy and effort has made this recognition possible.
Trilateral Research’s Data Protection and Cyber-Risk Service provides data protection, cyber-security and information governance advice for public, private and third sector organisations. For more information, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and our advisers will be more than happy to help.