Full DPO Services & EU Representative for International Clients

We offer full DPO services for companies and ensure your compliance with the rules of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other applicable rules of privacy. In the past years, we have been working actively with companies from the digital economy, in particular software providers, companies from the advertising industry, online shop providers and social media networks in all areas of data privacy.

For companies outside the EU, we offer services as a European representative or European DPO according to GDPR. Contact us now! 

As DPOs, we analyse the existing level of data privacy in your company and identify potential lacks and risks. Our clients receive a detailed report of the check-up results as well as concrete recommendations to improve the existing level of data protection and a suggestion for an individual data protection concept. Our concept is built on the conviction that a good DPO fosters and facilitates the realization of new business models and actively contributes to the success story. Our Clients have the opportunity to use our software tool SMARTDPO for a modern an platform-based communication with us, including a tool for the creation and assessment of the register of processing activities. Get more information about SMARTDPO here.

In addition, we offer consulting services with regard to all legal questions of data rights and data privacy, e.g. referring to

  • data protection audits
  • the use of cloud services
  • rights to transfer and sell data, “ownership” questions of data
  • data from website users (tracking data/webanalytics)
  • agreements of commissioned data processing (Auftragsdatenverarbeitung)
  • data privacy requirements for online marketing
  • the use of customer data and employee data
  • issues from the areas of sensitive social data and health data
  • the use of internet and email for private purposes
  • the use of private hardware for professional use (Bring Your Own Device)
  • prospective changes in the legal situation (e.g. envisaged EU E-Privacy Regulation)
  • communication with regulatory authorities and respective proceedings and controls, if necessary

If you have any questions please contact me:

Dr. Jana Jentzsch

Jana is a bar-certified lawyer for information technology law and EuroPrise Certified European Privacy Expert – Legal. She advises international clients in EU data privacy law and also acts as a European Data Protection Officer (DPO)
Focus of consulting:
  • Data privacy consulting and DPO for international clients with regard to GDPR compliance, particularly for clients from the digital industry
  • Project agreements for digital business models

Call us: +49 40 22 86 83 86 0  or e-mail us

Jana Jentzsch studied law at the Universities of Bonn, Milan (Italy) and Cologne. During her studies, she worked as a freelance journalist for a publishing house in Bonn. After passing the First State Examination, she earned a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in International Air and Space Law from the University of Leiden (Netherlands). As part of the LL.M. degree, she completed traineeships at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague and the European Space Agency in Paris. Jana wrote her doctoral thesis in English at the University of Cologne under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Stephan Hobe („Satellite Imagery for Verification and Enforcement of Public International Law“).

During the clerkship for the bar exam, Jana worked in the business and press departments of the German Embassy in Washington D.C. After the Second State Examination in 2005, she was admitted to the Frankfurt bar. Jana worked as an attorney at the international business law firm Lovells (now merged to Hogan Lovells LLP) in Frankfurt in the practice group technology, media, telecommunications (TMT). Subsequently, she moved to Hamburg and worked in the prominent Hamburg media law firm Prinz Neidhardt Engelschall. During this time, Jana represented companies and individuals in high-level media law disputes.

Jana is particularly interested in cases which involve software licensing, software maintenance, software projects and data processing.

Requirements for Lawful Cloud Computing, Hamburg, April 2015
Legal Framework of Software License Audits, Stuttgart, March 2015
Applicability of SAP’s General Terms and Conditions, Cologne, March 2015
SAP: Legal Framework of License Audits and Indirect Usage, Berlin, February 2015
Used Software and License Audits, Berlin, February 2015


Liability Risks in Data Protection and Data Security, Hamburg und Düsseldorf, November 2014
Software License Optimization from a Legal Perspective, Stockholm, October 2014
Legal Framework of License Audits, Munich, May 2014
Legal Framework for Used Software according the the ECJ-Judgment of 3 July 2012, Leverkusen, May 2014
Current Legal Issues Arising with Used Software, Berlin, Februar 2014


Legal Framework for Used Software according the the ECJ-Judgment of 3 July 2012, Hamburg and Cologne, November 2013
“Data Protection – Important Topics for Executives”, Hamburg, September 2013
“Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) – Legal Aspects”, Hamburg, September 2013