Diego Ramos has practised technology and data protection law, intellectual property, outsourcing and commercial law, marketing, outsourcing and anti-money laundering law for more than thirty years.

Diego currently holds the position of Secretary to the Board of Directors of the Tata Consultancy Services de España, one of the largest outsourcing groups in the world and was for over a decade Secretary to the Board of Directors of Clínica Baviera, the Spanish stock exchange listed leader in the field of refractive eye surgery in Europe.

Diego has a transversal practice that combines Technology Law, Intellectual Property Law and Commercial Law, in a comprehensive and infrequent blend. 

He has been the cyber security champion in DLA Piper Spain for over a decade being the senior trainer of clients on cyber security matters. He has been involved in national and cross-border advice and legal representation in the context of international hacking and data breach cases for major Spanish and foreign corporations including: fraudulent modification of website contents, theft of employees database and public disclosure thereof, theft of identity, wrong transfer of data to undue addressees, banking sector-related cyber incidents and life sciences related incidents.

Diego provides advice to a large number of clients on the design and implementation of programs to comply with personal data protection regulations, ensuring adequacy to the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union and Spanish Fundamental Law 3/2018. He has also advised and represented them in the relationship with the Spanish Data Protection Agency in informative procedures, face-to-face inspections, allegations, procedures for the protection of rights and disciplinary procedures. In the contentious field, he has intervened in judicial proceedings regarding the protection of personal data both before the Audiencia Nacional and before the Supreme Court. He is currently a member of the global committee of DLA Piper's personal data protection experts.

He has practised in Brussels advising on data protection matters, coinciding with the latest phases in the adoption of Directive 95/46 on Data Protection.

Diego frequently writes in economic and legal press and research on data protection matters, being also co-author of the prestigious guide ""Laws of Data Protection of the World"" edited by his firm. He has been a trainer in privacy and data protection at several Universities in Madrid, as well as for national and international professional associations and forums, organizing public events on the protection of personal data. It has  developed an intense  pro-bono activity with social entities and NGOs to protect the fundamental right to privacy of the most vulnerable.

He has also been acknowledged as a leading specialist in outsourcing by the prestigious European Legal Experts Guide.