Who we are
We are an Irish Data Protection consultancy and training specialist. We help Irish group companies, NGOs and association bodies operationalise their processes and training for GDPR and other Data Protection programmes.
David Normoyle is the Founder and Data Protection Consultant and Trainer at Spotlight Business Improvement.
David works with Irish and European businesses to assess, project plan and execute Data Protection programmes, as a project manager, trainer and Data Protection Officer.
He is a hands on and driven leader, with almost 20 years’ experience in the areas of Operations Excellence, Lean Six Sigma, IT Service Management and Project Management, as a manager, mentor and trainer.
With a BA in Law and European Studies, a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, he is also ITIL certified and speaks fluent French. He has been awarded the QQI Level 6 Training and Development Specific Purpose Award as a trainer and is a certified Privacy Program Manager (CIPM) and CIPP/E holder.
David is a Business Mentor for Local Enterprise Office (LEO) Kildare, Offaly and Meath, and a Data Protection Trainer with LEO Limerick and Laois.
David is also Vice President of the Rotary Club of Dublin Fingal and sits, as the Fingal Public Participation Network Representative, on the Fingal County Council Economic Enterprise & Tourism Development Strategic Policy Committee. In his role as Board of Director Member for PACE (Prisoners Aid through Community Effort) he focuses on social enterprise opportunities for ex-offenders.
Recent projects included drafting and rolling out a group wide GDPR Data Protection compliance programme for Ireland’s largest independent logistics, sales and marketing service provider.
Data Protection Focused
We specalise in operationalising data protection and privacy and have experience in real world scenarios.
The CIPP/E and CIPM certifications are globally recognised in data protection and privacy. We apply these standards on every data protection programme.
Our clients feedback is excellent and many bring us back to carry out additional training or to help with new initiatives.