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Do you want to comply with GDPR regulations? Then AVODATA® is the right solution for you!

Our GDPR compliance  solution is called AVODATA®. With this solution, we will accompany you every step of the way in this challenging process that nonetheless remains absolutely achievable. What you need to understand right away is that the GDPR and all its principles to be implemented are based on three aspects: legal, technical and human. It is thus on these three aspects that, step by step, we will guide you so you can confidently say, at this end of your GDPR journey: “I am GDPR compliant!”.

How? By following a procedure carefully established by our teams

  • We will familiarize ourselves with your company through a “pre-audit” process.
  • We will audit your activity in order to draw a picture all your current personal data processing operations before assessing whether they are compliant from a legal and technical standpoint.
  • We will suggest the collaboration of our partners experts in cyber security, only if necessary or if you express such desire.
  • We will put in place an action plan to provide you with a step-by-step breakdown of your current compliance status and the corrective measures to be taken.
  • We will help you with a meticulous approach and every step of the way, by: drafting fundamental GDPR documents; preparing proper documentation evidencing the steps taken toward compliance; training and bringing awareness to your staff and personnel in charge of compliance;  securing all your contracts; ratifying charters and other documents that build confidence in the way you handle GDPR matters; and the AVODATA® label.

Do you need punctual support or advice? Do your need to bring your contracts into compliance? AVODATA® is, again, the right solution!

This is also the strength of AVODATA®, in that this solution is flexible and can easily adapt to our clients’ needs.  We offer both ongoing assistance and punctual help, with one single objective: helping you in the best possible way, according to your needs!

We therefore offer AVODATA® services à la carte. All you have to do is make your choice!


  • Mapping of personal data processing
  • Analysis of your organization’s legal compliance


Main courses

  • Drafting of GDPR registers
  • Support and advice in the implementation of GDPR supporting documentation evidencing compliance
  • DPO Training (Data Protection Officer)
  • DPO Outsourcing
  • Raising staff awareness
  • GDPR contractual security: advice, analysis, drafting and negotiation of entire contracts, “Personal Data” clauses or GDPR amendments.



  • Ratification of a charter of good conduct/good practices
  • Ratification of a DPO Code of Conduct.
  • Control audit (if prior compliance action)
  • Remote consulting and coaching
  • AVODATA labeling
Your team

The team is multidisciplinary, and we combine our skills
and experience because we have our clients’ best interests at heart.


Legal Practitioner

+33 (0)2 41 25 39 00 contact

Master II Digital Law – Administration – Corporate

(University Paris 1 Panthéon – Sorbonne)

Master I Culture, Innovation and Communication Law

(University Paris-Sud)


Legal Assistant

+33 (0)2 41 25 72 68 contact


ICT Legal Practitioner

+33 (0)2 41 25 39 00 contact

Doctor of Law (PhD) Information and Communications Technology

(Aix – Marseille University)

Master II Professional

Telecommunications and NICT Law

(Aix – Marseille University)

University degree in electronic communications

(Aix – Marseille University)

You have questions. We are here to help you.

Does the GDPR apply to my business?

The GDPR applies to 99% of companies in the European Union. So, you have a 99% chance that the GDPR applies to you.  A simple customer contact or a simple pay slip is enough to expose you to GDPR’s prerogatives.

What should I do to be RGPD compliant? How long will this take?

GDPR compliance is an undertaking involving three main aspects: legal, technical, and human. These three aspects must coexist for your company to be truly compliant.
Then, the time it will take you to reach compliance depends on your organization and the nature of your activity.

Nevertheless, the applicable rules remain the same. This is why Avoconseil now offers, with its AVODATA offer,  compliance from start to finish, made possible thanks to legal remediation, technical partnerships and training and awareness modules for your human resources departments.

What’s in it for me? Why should I ask my lawyer to certify that I am “GDPR compliant”?

Our objective, with our Avodata certification, is to raise awareness and strengthen our clients’ reputation, so as to place them in the role of trusted economic players in their respective industries. This is true for B2B activities (search for GDPR Compliant subcontractors) as well as for B2C activities (search for Privacy Responsible companies).

How much will it cost?

It all depends on your expectations, your activity, and your organization. We totally adapt our pricing, which is what makes our offer a really strong one. That being said, after our initial pre-audit of 1h30 (FREE), we are very quickly able to provide you with guidance to that end.

I already have someone to manage my computer security. Can I do without this aspect of your proposed GDPR compliance process?

Absolutely. We recommend trusted technical partners, but we can also work with our clients’ technical partners or with an in-house technical team. Our offer is flexible and versatile, it is what makes its strength.

Can I receive help on certain specific topics without necessarily subscribing to your global AVODATA offer?

Of course, the goal of our AVODATA offer is to aim for your company’s full GDPR compliance.  However, we also offer more punctual services to address specific issues relating to personal data protection.
We have also set up a consulting and coaching platform for companies wishing to manage themselves, in-house, their own GDPR compliance.

What will happen after May 25, 2018?

This is the date the RGPD enters into force. As of this date, the reporting system will no longer exist and you will be left to your own devices in terms of compliance with the rules relating to protection of personal data.
However, don’t worry, there will be a certain level of tolerance during the first few months, as long as you show good faith in your willingness to be compliant.