GDPR Made Easier for Education

Ensure GDPR compliance and save time by having a consistent approach to GDPR with our simple-to-use, dedicated and efficient Sentry system, developed specifically for Schools, Multi-Academy Trusts, Colleges and Universities.

We are data protection experts in the UK Education sector and offer a practical and supportive approach to GDPR. We offer outsourced Data Protection Officer services, GDPR Training, GDPR Audit services and GDPR Project Support.

GDPR Sentry - making GDPR Easier

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What Our Customers Say

Havant and South Downs College have around 7,500 students across two campuses. With strong centralisation of the data protection function, HSDC have taken advantage of the modular nature of the Sentry System to manage essential functions at the campus level. The Sentry System forms an essential component for HSDC to demonstrate compliance.

Havant & South Downs College

The Consortium Academy Trust is formed of nine schools across East Yorkshire. The Multi-Academy Trust includes Primary, Secondary and Sixth Form settings. Geographic separation makes the co-ordination of information about GDPR compliance and incidents essential and the Sentry System makes this task straightforward.

The Consortium Academy Trust

Harlington School is a very busy Secondary School in Hayes, Middlesex. With time under great pressure, Sentry allows Harlington to manage all of their GDPR information and resources in one place.

Harlington SchoolIan Wells

Delius is a large Special School in Bradford, West Yorkshire. Medical information is used on a daily basis and every day has new challenges. Sentry enables Delius to ensure that GDPR management is delivered simply and easily.

Delius Special SchoolRichard Meredith

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Ensure compliance and save time by having a consistent approach to GDPR

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Keep up to date with the latest GDPR news, top tips & expert advice.

The Misfortunes of Misdirected Emails

Last week, the University of East Anglia (UEA) paid out over £140,000 compensation to students affected by a 2017 data breach. An email containing information on personal issues, health problems and circumstances such as bereavement, was mistakenly…

Do Students Dream of Electric Teachers?

Last week’s post briefly touched on how technological advances are providing new data protection challenges. Earlier this month, the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) showed the world the new smart devices we can expect to see filtering…

Your Organisation and the Prisoner of Ransomware

We don’t usually comment on cybersecurity stories but the breaking news of the issues at Travelex (as reported by the BBC) made me think about the potential loss of access to critical information in an educational setting.  From the…

Taking Control of Data Breaches – Whitepaper

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