F. Franklin Akinsuyi (LL.B, BL, MSc, LLM) MBCS
Franklin Akinsuyi is the Founding Partner of DataLaws, where he specialises in Information Technology Contract Negotiations, Information Security Law, Data Protection, Electronic Commerce and Identity Theft.
A law graduate, Franklin has a master’s degree in Business Information Technology from Middlesex University where he specialised in secure electronic transactions over the Internet. He also has a masters in Computers and Communications Law from the Centre of Commercial Law Studies (Queen Mary University) UK, specialising in Privacy and Security Laws. Over the past 13 years, he has advised numerous global organisations on how to map their environments information security strategies and practices to meet legislative requirements. He has been a Data Protection consultant for one of the UK’s largest utility companies advising on Data Protection issues. Franklin has also been a Sarbanes-Oxley consultant where he has advised six multinational organisations in different industries on implementing effective internal controls to meet Sarbanes-Oxley requirements. He has considerable experience of Information Technology, business processes and has been involved in the implementation of Global IT projects.
More recently Franklin has been involved in advising how to reduce risks to key e-government systems located in onshore and offshore environments.
Franklin has also written Technology Law related articles for the Nigerian Economic Summit Group.
Franklin is a member of the Society for Computers and Law; he is also a member of the British Computer Society and course Director at DataLaws.
He can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Privacy of Electronic Communications Directive (EU 2002) This Directive repeals the Telecommunications Data Protection Directive (97/66/EC) and lays certain obligations on telecommunications companies ...