The European DIGITAL SME Alliance, in collaboration with VUB - Vrije Universiteit Brussel, offers the

Personalised GDPR coaching

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will become applicable on 25 May 2018 throughout the European UnionThis will be the biggest revolution in personal data protection law with worldwide effects. Companies of all sizes and sectors will need to ensure legal compliance and a high level of protection of personal data.

Are you worried about how you collect and process personal data?

Worry no more.

DIGITAL SME has a solution for you.

What do we offer?

A personalised GDPR coaching tailored according to needs of your organisation. The coaching will be led by academics in EU data protection law (VUB – d.pia.lab) who will hear about  your case and help you to make personal data processing operations within your organisation in line with the GDPR.

Any question or specific request to better tailor your personalised coaching session?

Don’t hesitate to contact us:

Davide Cassanmagnago

Project Manager responsible for GDPR training

Phone: +32 2 8955720gdpr@digitalsme.eu

Contact us to design your personalised coaching course and get the most out of our experts.


We also organise 2-day GDPR trainings in Brussels, you can check out the available dates here. If you register for our individualized coaching,   you are eligible for a discount for the 2-day GDPR training.


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About European DIGITAL SME Alliance

The European DIGITAL SME Alliance is a community of ICT small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Its members are national sectorial digital SME associations in 28 countries and regions in the EU and neighboring countries, all together it associates more than 20.000 SMEs. DIGITAL SME was established in 2007 (back then it was named Pan European ICT & eBusiness Network for SME) to represent the voice of ICT SMEs and their interests in the European institutions and other international organisations. DIGITAL SME is the first European association of the ICT sector exclusively. This organisation participates in and proposes EU funded projects, organizes conferences and seminars and performs research activities on ICT related areas, among other activities.

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About VUB and d.pia.lab

The Brussels Laboratory for Data Protection & Privacy Impact Assessments, or d.pia.lab, connects basic, methodological and applied research, provides training and delivers policy advice related to impact assessments in the areas of innovation and technology development. Whilst legal aspects of privacy and personal data protection constitute their core expertise, the Laboratory mobilises other disciplines including ethics, philosophy, surveillance studies and science, technology & society (STS) studies. Established in November 2015, the Laboratory constitutes a part of and builds upon the experience of the Research Group on Law, Science, Technology & Society (LSTS) at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium.