We are a non-profit professional association that connects different professional specialists in their fields, mainly lawyers and computer scientists. Our members also include biologists, chemists, members of the public and private security services, psychologists, etc.

Founded in 2019, we have been growing but always maintaining our core values and faithfully following our code of ethics.

Expert-level organisation

At Aspertic there are five categories of experts:

  1. Non-practising: those who, due to their current circumstances, are unwilling or unable to carry out expert opinions on their own, but who can train and work alongside other experts
  2. Cadet: this is a person who has not completed basic training and is not able to carry out appraisals on his or her own, but can train with his or her tutor
  3. Junior: has two years of training or has already completed 10 surveys and 50 hours of additional training in a field that is not his or her speciality. It is compulsory to sign jointly with another expert, who supervises him/her.
  4. Senior: After 5 years of training or if you have completed 25 expert reports and 100 hours of additional training in a subject that is not your own speciality. You must also provide proof that you have written at least 5 technical articles and have given at least 10 hours of training. It is recommended that the expert reports are signed jointly with another expert, who supervises him/her.
  5. Tutor: This is the senior surveyor who has reached 10 years of professional development, recognised as a good trainer, as a writer and with added skills. The figure of Mentor is also recognised for those people who, due to their personal value or work in favour of the profession, represent an asset and an example to follow.

In order with the published in the BOE-A-2013-12887, Law 19/2013, of 9 December, on transparency, access to public information and good governance, as a non-profit Association, and in addition, as a lobby group before the EU, with Transparency registration number n.º 880143435725-46, we make public the following information:

Relevant regulations

Due to the dizzying pace at which new technologies and the world of information are developing, it is often a difficult task for countries and their governments to keep up to date and also to adapt their laws to the changes that ICTs bring about. Here is a list of the most relevant laws, rules and regulations that affect ICTs.

Telecommunications Code

This is the compendium of the consolidated rules in Telecommunications, from the original text to the current version.  The standards and laws are classified as follows:

  • General Regulations
  • Telecommunications Market Regulatory Body
  • Telecommunications Infrastructure
  • User rights and universal services
    Radio Spectrum

It can be accessed in the and is only available in Spanish at Biblioteca Jurídica Digital

Data protection

In terms of data protection, as in the previous code, there are consolidated and updated regulations.

  • State regulations
  • Spanish Data Protection Agency
  • Autonomous Community regulations
  • State Sectorial Regulations

The complete code in Spanish can be found here.

What can we do for you?

All our partners are excellent professionals in their respective fields. Whether you need an audit, an expert opinion, or simply an update on cybersecurity or GDPR issues, we will bring you in touch with the person you need.