Consultancy & Support
Subject Access Request Support Service

Dealing with Subject Access Requests (SAR) can be overwhelming and take up precious time and resources.

While every individual has the right to access their own personal data, it has been realised that it can take an extraordinary amount of time for the appointed data controller to gather this information. Consequently failure to respond, or an unexplained delay, can result in regulatory enforcement action being taken by the Information Commissioner’s Office.

Our in-house barristers have advised on thousands of SARs and can support you through the procedures, protocols and answer any questions that you may have during the process. With our help, you will be able to manage complex SAR cases within the one-calendar month response deadline.

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Dedicated Barrister Support

Our team of experienced barristers are dedicated to providing you with the best consultancy and assistance.

Manage Complex SARs

We can help you deal with complex and complicated SARs efficiently and effectively.

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Join the many organisations that have chosen Briefed as their go-to support service.

Flexible Finance

Whether you prefer a 'pay-as-you-go' service or want to retain regular support, we are here to cater to your requirements.

Why Choose Briefed?

We understand that each organisation's needs are unique, which is why our services are designed to be flexible.

In addition, we offer a wide range of options to choose from. If you need assistance with document review or redaction services, we have you covered. Alternatively, if you simply need guidance on how to navigate SARs, we are more than happy to provide you with the necessary advice whenever you need it.

Our goal is to make the SAR process as seamless and efficient as possible for your organisation.

What our clients say

“Without Chris’ guidance, we would have been completely lost...I had an idea, and of course, I’d received training on SARs, but until you get one, you’re never quite sure what you should and shouldn’t be doing, and I wanted to approach it in a very cautious way. I didn’t want to breach any confidentiality…that was my biggest concern.

J-P Schulz, Senior Clerk | College Chambers

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Frequently Asked Questions

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