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Do you need privacy expertise? JLB
10 November 2014

privacy directory

We’ve built a directory on our website to help you identify who you can use. Think the Yellow Pages and their “let your fingers do the walking”. Our directory is an expanding resource of experts in the privacy field. 

So if you are looking for legal advice on the Privacy Act; consultancy expertise to advise you on how to build privacy by design or manage a privacy breach, or someone to undertake some privacy training for your agency or business, check out our directory.

We want to make privacy easy. We hope the directory will make it easier for you to find the right privacy expert for your needs.

You can click through our entire directory or you can use our search facility to identify the privacy professionals in your area and/or the type of expertise you need. We’ve categorised the listings as follows:



Consultancy Services

Risk and assurance, privacy impact assessments, privacy by design, advocacy/dispute resolution, data breach and crisis handling, health checks


Information technology and data security

Legal Advice

Privacy law, regulatory response, investigations, remediation, litigation

Privacy Training

Trainers, online and other training tools

Privacy Commentators

Academics, media, lawyers, health advocates, industry bodies

The listing is of individuals, rather than their organisations. That way, you know exactly who to contact.

One caveat though. We invite privacy professionals to apply to register with us and only list those who are able to demonstrate their privacy experience, qualifications or expertise. But we cannot vouch for the services or expertise they offer. You can see the information they provide in their individual listing. We hope that we’ve made it easier for you to identify a privacy professional, but you still need to satisfy yourself that they can do the job for you.

If you are a privacy professional, we invite you to apply to be registered. Find out more from our blog post about registration. 


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