Two former Google executives recently launched the Privacy Compliance Hub, a platform to help organizations—and not just their attorneys—manage their data protection efforts in ways that are demonstrable to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulators.

Privacy Compliance Hub co-founder and attorney Nigel Jones said the platform evolved from regular concerns that technology companies and others brought to the legal consultancy he runs with co-founder Karima Noren. Jones, formerly the director of legal, EMEA at Google, and Noren, formerly Google’s head of emerging markets, found that the questions companies came to them with indicated that most companies needed a little more help establishing protocols and policies around their data.

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