GDPR is designed to protect us all, but to protect your organisation, come and talk to Virtual In-House Solicitor (VIHS)

The GDPR regulation is designed to protect every individual from having our data misused. But whilst it protects the individuals, there is a significant obligation on organisations that hold any data to use it and keep it in ways that do not infringe the rights of the individuals whose data you hold (called the data subjects).

As an owner, partner or director in an organisation, you have an array of statutory duties, and ensuring that data protection is treated seriously is one of the most important; any abuse, avoidance or ignorance of these regulations could result in serious fines and other sanctions.

Here at Virtual In-House Solicitor (VIHS) we have a team that can help you to understand the best way to proceed, and assist you with any necessary legal documentation, policies and procedures.

We take a meticulously-planned, end-to-end approach to GDPR compliance that will help you to understand what it means, and what you need to do to comply. But you also need an awareness of the implications, so that the decisions you take will be in the best interests of all concerned.

Thank you to all at VIHS for helping us to recognise and implement GDPR-compliant policies and processes. I don’t think any of us really understood the requirements fully, and certainly weren’t aware of the potential fines for doing things we way we used to. It’s good to have you alongside us, monitoring what we do, to make sure that we continue to abide by both the letter and the spirit of the regulations.


Managing Director, building services group

So if you need assistance with any aspect of data protection or GDPR compliance, we’re here to help

At VIHS, we’ll help you to understand the regulations and any legal implications around your data usage, including:

  • Conveying exactly what the regulations are, and what they mean for you, in terms of data processing, data storage, consent and the rights of the data subjects to have their data removed
  • Minimising any risks to your organisation
  • Auditing existing materials, data sets and processes, and producing impact assessments
  • Drawing up relevant policies and procedures
  • Monitoring your activities to ensure ongoing compliance
  • Acting as a virtual Data Protection Officer (DPO) for your organisation
  • Processing all necessary legal documentation and other paperwork.

We’re here to provide that necessary legal insight, as and when you need it. Ours is a flexible law advisory service that has been designed to meet your needs and obligations, at costs that you might find more affordable.

Help with your data protection and GDPR compliance is just a click or a call away

To find out more about any of the services we offer, just click on the links to the corporate law services pages, or contact Erika Moralez-Perez on 01923 587 318 or email