Ada Gregory is a Data Protection Specialist at Trilateral Research.
Ada is a commercially experienced consultant who has advised both the public and private sectors in the UK and Ireland. As a qualified Barrister Ada provides clients with regulatory compliance oversight, gap analysis, corporate governance and commercial advices.
Having worked for London law firms as an external Data Protection Project Specialist Ada’s previous clients include public services companies, listed and shareholder owned companies, fintech, financial services, start-ups, IOT, IOMT, education, health, technology, energy and public bodies in the UK and Ireland. Prior to her legal professional qualification Ada worked in the technology sector and was a Team Manager for a national encoding projects. She has working experience of intranet regulation, cyber security data breach incident team management experience.
Ada works with clients to assess the organizations data regulation and privacy compliance requirements, from ‘board to basement’ and reviews operations with data risk exposure in mind. Data controlling and processing activities, data related contracts, policies and information security standards are reviewed and recommendations for remedial action are noted in a comprehensive gap analysis report. Risk models based on risk exposure appropriate to the client’s data processing activities and appetite for risk will be addressed in gap analysis report recommending the appropriate risk standard.
Prior to joining Trilateral, Ada worked as an independent data protection project specialist providing advice to commercial companies about group compliance corporate structure, data processing compliance and international data transfers to subsidiaries located in Japan, USA and South America. Her data protection training and awareness programs for senior managers and company board members focuses on practical data protection compliance, corporate risk exposure and any action necessary to mitigate data risk at board level.
Ada in an undergraduate of law (LLB), an MSc graduate in law and social Science having studied at University College Dublin and graduated from The Honorable Society of King’s Inns Dublin as a Barrister at law where she was called to the Irish Bar at the Supreme Court in 2016.