Andrew Dyson is a partner in the DLA Piper Intellectual Property and Technology group, where he co-chairs the UK Data Protection, Privacy and Security practice. He brings nearly 20 years' experience advising clients on data protection and related technology law and privacy issues.

Andrew advises leading businesses on legal issues relating to data, cyber security and information technology, with a particular focus supporting organisations in the financial services, technology and consumer sectors. He acts as lead external counsel on major GDPR implementation programmes and is a retained advisor for cyber breach management issues.

Andrew is a regular speaker on information law issues at executive seminars and conferences, including the annual Privacy and Data Protection Conference and Corporate Executive Board 'Circle of Privacy Experts'. He has been interviewed on several occasions on BBC and is a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Data Protection & Privacy. He is currently a Visiting Research Fellow in Applied Ethics at the University of Leeds.