GDPR comes into effect from May 25th 2018 and as a business, it is your responsibility to make sure you comply with the new regulations.
That means your WordPress site must be compliant too, if you would like our help please let us know by 16th May so we can meet the GDPR deadline of 25th May.
How can Brandtastic help with all this? Step forward our GDPR Pack!
We believe this is a one-stop solution for making your website GDPR compliant* The pack consists of the following…
- A GDPR focussed Audit of your website and its plugins with subsequent actions to bring it up-to-date
- Installation of Wordfence Pro: This helps prevent and alerts of any data breach (2-year license)
- Installation of Delete Me plugin: Allows user profiles to be deleted with ease (where appropriate)
- Installation of WP Security Audit plugin: Facilitates complete reporting of all onsite activity
- Partial Data flush: Remove all user data over 12 months old (subject to approval)
- Complete Data flush: Consent emailer sent directly to your client database and build of an onsite re-consent page to allow for a fresh GDPR compliant database (Optional @£150)
- A full report of all action taken
We can offer all of this for just £400!Get GDPR help
This list is subject to changes and improvement at any time and is a general guide to the minimum work that will be carried out.
* We are not solicitors, this isn't legal advice and we take no responsibility for GDPR compliance of any website. We do, of course, have a vested interest in your success and want to help where possible. But if you need definitive legal advice, please talk to a qualified GDPR legal advisor
What does GDPR mean for me?
In (very) short, GDPR states that if a website collects, stores or uses any data related to an EU citizen, you must comply with the following…
- Tell the user: who you are, why you collect the data, for how long you will keep it and who receives it
- Get clear consent, before collecting any data
- Let users access their data, and take it with them
- Let users delete their data
- Let users know if data breaches occur
What will make my site compliant?
Here’s how GDPR affects your website and what we believe it needs to become compliant…
- There should be clear methods of gaining consent for the receival and storage of personal data, its intended use and length of time it will be stored. This can be covered by clear data use intention notifications and unchecked opt-in boxes on every data collection point (online contact forms)
- A clear path for a user to request that any or all of their personal data is deleted or that they may make a Subject Access Request (SAR) or evoke their Right to be removed
- The facility to inform you of any data breaches (hacks) so you can then inform your clients within GDPR’s 72-hour window