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Enabling data-driven
decision making​

Trilateral’s technology is designed to break data silos to gain broader insights which lead to efficient and evidence based-decisions.​

Tackling complex social challenges, such as health crises, the protection of civilians in conflict, risk of child exploitation, demands in social care, requires the early identification of vulnerabilities and risks.

Dispersed data and the wider difficulties in identifying patterns to maintain a holistic picture can lead to misinformed decision-making, resulting in severe social consequences.

STRIAD® solutions collate data insights  and creates accessible and visually meaningful evidence, quickly available for  comprehensive analysis, so that you can focus on what matters.

Committed to Privacy

Our tools are designed using principles of security, privacy and ethics by design, ensuring a commitment to data governance and ethical AI

How it works

Identifying users’ needs

The starting point is to assess your needs: what data you use, how you use your data, what information and insights you would like to gain. We work with you to draw out your problem-set and identify your unique challenges.

Our technology designers, developers, data scientists and domain experts work with you to help picture how new technologies can make a difference.

For this reason, our co-design approach involves end-users from start to finish of the technology design and testing.

Read more about our co-design methodology

Integrating and managing data

Structured and unstructured data, such as log files, spreadsheets, e-mails, open data sets, documents, images, and videos are usually disconnected. As the volume of data increases within your organisation it becomes increasingly difficult to extract meaningful insights. Integrating and enriching your data and other data in a cloud environment can make all the difference, resulting in a pool of information ready for use.

Breaking complex data patterns

As data are connected, they are identified as significant objects – people, places, organisations, facilities, events and their relationships are brought to life. This means that the unmanageable volume of data you started with is now a searchable body of information from which you can gain distinct and useful insights.

Empowering decisions

Breaking down complex data patterns means that you have more time to spend on data analysis, rather than wasting time on sorting and cleaning your data.

Consequently, when tackling complex social challenges, you will be able to visualise information and the relationships between the underpinning evidence in a clear and accessible format.

This analysis will provide a comprehensive situational understanding and will enable you to achieve early identification and assessment of threats, vulnerabilities and risks to inform decision-making.

STRIAD® Solutions

Technology to tackle complex social challenges

STRIAD® Platform can be used for data analysis purposes or tailored to develop a full application for a specific use.

HAMOC Application

A people-centered approach to analysing conflict & crisis.

HAMOC provides defence, security and humanitarian users with immediate access to data-driven operational insights to gain a comprehensive picture of the human security environment and achieve stronger intelligence. Read more.

CESIUM Application

Innovation in child safeguarding.

CESIUM provide analysts and law enforcement officers with insights to support early-identification of children vulnerable to exploitation. Read more.

Enhancing data-driven decision making
to support adolescent mental health

Our work with Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity focused on enhancing their data analysis capabilities so as to support an evidence-based decision-making and ensure that resources are spent on initiatives that have the potential to drive lasting change. Read more

EERAdata project. Data-Driven support to increase energy efficiency 

EERAdata project provides policy makers with evidence to support energy efficient investments, at the local and national level, by collecting and cleaning relevant building-stock, energy, environmental and social-economic data. Read more.

Contact Us



Outsourced DPO

See below a list of standard requirements for this service, however we are always available to tailor our services in relation to our clients' needs.

Contact us to discuss further.

Serve as your DPO

Company name and contact details transmitted to the ICO Company name and contact details available to:
  • Management
  • Employees
  • Data subjects
Article reference: 37

Contact point for data subjects

  • Contact data accessible on the websites and privacy notices
  • Function as the main public contact point (email & post)
  • Guide your organisation on the possible sources of data access requests.
Article reference: 38(4)

Contact point for Data Protection Authorities
(e.g. ICO)

Liaise with the ICO in case of issues with data subjects and data breaches.
Article reference: 39(1)(d), 39(1)(e), 36

Ad hoc advice on difficult data protection issues

Written opinions on data protection queries, with an analysis of relevant issues or other relevant legislative elements
Article reference: 39(1)(a)

Regular newsletter to inform and advise on relevant developments and possible challenges in data protection

Newsletter containing the latest regulatory news and compliance guidance, and news concerning conferences and training opportunities
Monthly
Article reference: 39(1)(a)

Annual gap analysis

Audit and gap analysis to map new activities and data-processing practices
Virtual
Article reference: 39(1)(b)

Status discussion (via phone/skype) and report

Discussion and report
Every 6 months
Article reference: 39(1)(b)

Review of the privacy notices

Review of the privacy notices to ensure accuracy and advice on how to improve
Article reference: 39(1)(b)

Provide advice to the client organisation on how to carry on data protection impact assessments (DPIA) and to monitor their performance

We provide advice on:
  • Whether to carry out a DPIA
  • The best methodology to follow
  • Whether to carry out the DPIA in-house or to outsource it depending on the complexity
  • What safeguards (including technical and organisational measures) to apply to mitigate any risks to the rights and interests of the data subjects
  • Whether the DPIA has been correctly carried out and whether its conclusions are in compliance with the GDPR
Article reference: 39(1)(c)

Oversee the establishment and maintenance of the Record of Processing Activities

  • Contact point for the designated employee
  • Guidance on the Record, including provision of check-lists, best practices, and methodological advice
Article reference: 39

Provide guidance on data breach handling and reporting

  • Contact point for the responsible person
  • Contact point for the ICO
  • Advice on best practices for handling data breaches, including notification requirements, reporting and identification of measures to limit damage
Article reference: 33(3)(b)

Monitor the data-protection-training activities and advise on their necessity

  • Inclusion of a chapter on training in the status reports
  • Provision of news and updates on relevant conferences and training courses (newsletter)
  • Provision of training materials, where appropriate
Article reference: 39(1)(b)

Email and telephone assistance

-
Article reference: -

Bespoke notifications to management on critical legislative, judicial, or policy developments that may impact your business

Email notification with explanation of the development and a preliminary overview of the impact on the organisation
Article reference: 39(1)(a)

Training seminar on the developments of data protection law and policy

-
Article reference: -

Review of the consistency of the internal documents concerning data processing practices

Cross-check of the consistency of the internal documents
Article reference: 39(1)(b)

Weekend and holidays data breach guidance

Data breach guidance during the weekends and holidays
Article reference: -

DPO Assist

See below a list of standard requirements for this service, however we are always available to tailor our services in relation to our clients' needs.

Contact us to discuss further.

Ad hoc advice on difficult data protection issues

Written opinions on data protection queries, with an analysis of relevant issues or other relevant legislative elements
Article reference: 39(1)(a)

Regular newsletter to inform and advise on relevant developments and possible challenges in data protection

Newsletter containing the latest regulatory news and compliance guidance, and news concerning conferences and training opportunities.
Monthly
Article reference: 39(1)(a)

Annual gap analysis

Audit and gap analysis to map new activities and data-processing practices
Virtual
Article reference: 39(1)(b)

Status discussion (via phone/skype) and report

Discussion and report
Annually
Article reference: 39(1)(b)

Review of the privacy notices

Review of the privacy notices to ensure accuracy and advice on how to improve.
Article reference: 39(1)(b)

Provide advice to the client organisation on how to carry on data protection impact assessments (DPIA) and to monitor their performance

We provide advice on:
  • Whether to carry out a DPIA
  • The best methodology to follow
  • Whether to carry out the DPIA in-house or to outsource it depending on the complexity
  • What safeguards (including technical and organisational measures) to apply to mitigate any risks to the rights and interests of the data subjects
  • Whether the DPIA has been correctly carried out and whether its conclusions are in compliance with the GDPR
Article reference: 39(1)(c)

Provide guidance on data breach handling and reporting

  • Contact point for the responsible person
  • Advice on best practices for handling data breaches, including notification requirements, reporting and identification of measures to limit damage
Article reference: 33(3)(b)

Monitor the data-protection-training activities and advise on their necessity

  • Inclusion of a chapter on training in the status reports
  • Provision of news and updates on relevant conferences and training courses (newsletter)
  • Provision of training materials, where appropriate
Article reference: 39(1)(b)

Email abd telephone assistance

-
Article reference: -

Bespoke notifications to the top management on critical legislative, judicial, or policy developments that may impact your business

Email notification with explanation of the development and a preliminary overview of the impact on the organisation
Article reference: 39(1)(a)

Compliance Support

See below a list of standard requirements for this service, however we are always available to tailor our services in relation to our clients' needs.

Contact us to discuss further.

Data Mapping

Map the data flows within your organisation to better understand how personal information flows between departments

Data Protection Impact Assessments

Where required by the GDPR or national law, conduct or review DPIAs using our library of good practices
Article reference: 35

Consent and Privacy Notice Requirements

Revise and improve consent and privacy notices to meet transparency and accoutnability requirements

Gap Analysis

Identify gaps in your organisation's compliance with the GDPR, national data protection legislation or sectoral legislation

Data Protection Audit

Audit your organisation's activities to assess your compliance with applicable data protection law

Data Protection-by-design and -default

Work with your technical and admin teams to operationalise Data Protection-by-design and -default, using established good practice
Article reference: 25

Training

We offer general, role-based (e.g., HR) and activity based (e.g., DPIA) training. All our training materials are designed to be accessible to non-experts and easy to use

General compliance support

Support for creating required documentation, including, but not limited to Records of Processing activities, Data retention (and deletion) schedules, Personal Data Breach procedures, Subject Access Request procedures, Training materials, Legitimate Interest Assessments, etc.)

‘Risk Assessment Report and Methodology’

You can view the Executive Summary and Table of contents of the Project Solebay Risk Assessment Methodology Report.

Please sign up to the Solebay mailing list to download the Full Solebay project report.