Website GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) In Scarborough

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General Data Protection Regulations

As a website owner you are going to have to take note of the GDPR legislation

General Data Protection Regulations For Websites

What Is GDPR?

The GDPR, compulsory from 25th May 2018, requires new levels of transparency, informed consent, and data portability, on-going access to personal data, information about its use and sharing with third parties.

We offer a GDPR website compliance package to meet these new requirements. Listed below are what you are legally required to have available to your users.

Privacy Policy

A concise and transparent privacy policy on which personal data points you're using, how they are being processed and stored will be applied to your site.

SSL Certificate (Padlock Icon)

The GDPR calls for more emphasis on data security. To this purpose we provide SSL certificates. (Secure Sockets Layer) You can tell if a website is secure by looking for the padlock icon at the start of the address bar. This is a technology that uses the encrypted connection between server and web browser to significantly reduce the risk of a data breach. Most Internet browsers tag pages without this as "Not Secure."

Cookies Policy

The privacy policy is a document, usually a page on the website, in which all of the methods and purposes of the data processing activities on the site are outlined, including contact forms, mailing lists etc. Also, a cookie policy should contain information on how your users may opt out of the cookies or change their settings in regard to the cookies on your website.

This can be linked to via a pop up or a link in your navigation.

 

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