You need to think about all of the information that your company collects. You then need to put processes in place to handle the information correctly. These processes need to be inline with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforceable by 25th May 2018.
If you’re still hoping that you can avoid dealing with any of this, you’ll need to consider hiring a Data Protection Officer or appointing a current employee as your Data Protection Officer.
There is a lot of information regarding the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on the ICO website, but we found a couple of areas particularly useful. The first was their Privacy Notice Checklist and the second was their examples of good and bad privacy notices.
Finally, WooCommerce has provided six very good articles that cover the latest changes to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). If you’re still confused by it all, we’d recommend reading “The Ultimate Guide to WordPress and GDPR Compliance“.
How can KWD IT help further?
For a one-off fee of £100, we can create a page on your website that reflects the information we’ve obtained via the processes discussed above and link to it at the bottom of each page on your website.
Website Modifications for GDPR Compliancy
It’s likely your website will require modifications to make it GDPR compliant. We estimate the cost for these modifications to range between £30 and £150. This depends on the number of areas that you are collecting personal data.