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  • WordPress Support  Full Site Report for GDPR Compliance
  • WordPress Support  Plugin Audit for GDPR Compliance
  • WordPress Support  Determine and Report Data Being Stored
  •   Detail Who Has Access to Site Data
  • WordPress Support  Removal of Unjustifiable Information
  •   Review Site Security and Backup Plan
  • WordPress Support  Ensure Website Form(s) Compliance
  • WordPress Support  Create GDPR Compliant Privacy Policy
  • WordPress Support  Create GDPR Consent Notice if Needed
  • WordPress Support  Create GDPR Compliant Cookie Notice

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WHAT MAKES THIS SERVICE SO POWERFUL?

Meet the GDPR Requirements

After four years of preparation and debate the GDPR was finally approved by the EU Parliament on April 14th 2016. Enforcement date is May 25th 2018 – at which time those organizations in non-compliance may face heavy fines. The GDPR not only applies to organizations located within the EU but it will also apply to organizations located outside of the EU if they offer goods or services to, or monitor the behavior of users in the EU. It applies to all companies processing and holding the personal data of users residing in the European Union, regardless of the company’s location.

 

I WAS IN A COMPLETE PANIC!!!! This whole thing really fried my brain as I manage several WordPress sites for clients all over the European Union. I spent a lot of time researching the rules and listening to webinars but was still clueless in many areas. I used this WordPress GDPR Service to take care of the work for me at a very affordable cost. LOVE THIS!!!!
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What is Included in this Detailed Service

Full Site Report for GDPR Compliance

Full Site Report for GDPR Compliance

Our GDPR Specialist will complete an extensive review site to check for any GDPR non-compliance that needs to be fixed. All items will be organized for your viewing and you will receive a detailed report that you can have for your records.


Plugin Audit for GDPR Compliance

Plugin Audit for GDPR Compliance

Our GDPR Specialist will identify any installed WordPress plugins that collect information and also the exact type of information they collect. You will also be given advise to remove any plugins that are not GDPR compliant and gather info that cannot be justified.


Determine and Report Data Being Stored

Determine and Report Data Being Stored

GDPR is all about the protection of collected data from users to your site. Our GDPR Specialist will examine your site in detail and determine where the data is being stored and make certain it complies with GDPR standards and policies.


Detail Who Has Access to Site Data

Detail Who Has Access to Site Data

Our GDPR Specialist will determine who has or can have access to stored information on your WordPress site. They will also determine how this data is being access or used. All of this information will be provided to you for review.


Removal of Unjustifiable Information

Removal of Unjustifiable Information

Our GDPR Specialist will make sure that any information that cannot be justifiable is removed from your site. This is critical to make sure you are in compliant with GDPR standards and policies. Removed data will be reported for your review.

Review Site Security and Backup Plan

Review Site Security and Backup Plan

This is a big of an extra cherry on top to this service as it is not fully required to meet GDP standards and policies. Our GDPR Specialist will review your website security and backup strategy to provide you will insight and tips improve.


Ensure Website Form(s) Compliance

Ensure Website Form(s) Compliance

The majority of WordPress sites have at least one web form that collects user data. Our GDPR Specialist will make sure all opt-in or subscription type web forms are GDPR compliant for consent as well as CAN SPAM compliant.


Create GDPR Compliant Privacy Policy

Create GDPR Compliant Privacy Policy

This part of our service is so important to make certain you comply with GDPR standards and policies. Our GDPR Specialist will create a GDPR Compliant Privacy Policy for your site that visitors can reference if needed and keep you in GDPR compliance.


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Create GDPR Consent Notice if Needed

In some cases with WordPress websites, a GDPR Consent Notice may be required to be in compliance with GDPR standards and policies. Our GDPR Specialist will create a GDPR Consent Notice for your site that visitors can reference if needed and keep you in GDPR compliance.


Create GDPR Compliant Cooke Notice

Create GDPR Compliant Cookie Notice

Another requirement to make sure you are GDPR compliant is having your GDPR Compliant Cookie Notice in place. Our GDPR Specialist will create a GDPR Compliant Cookie Notice for your site that visitors can reference if needed and keep you in GDPR compliance.

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GDPR Frequently Asked Questions

[Credit for FAQs- EUGDPREU.org – View many more GDPR facts.]

When is the GDPR coming into effect?

The GDPR was approved and adopted by the EU Parliament in April 2016. The regulation will take effect after a two-year transition period and, unlike a Directive it does not require any enabling legislation to be passed by government; meaning it will be in force May 2018.


Who does the GDPR affect?

The GDPR not only applies to organizations located within the EU but it will also apply to organizations located outside of the EU if they offer goods or services to, or monitor the behavior of, EU data subjects. It applies to all companies processing and holding the personal data of data subjects residing in the European Union, regardless of the company’s location.


What are the penalties for non-compliance?

Organizations can be fined up to 4% of annual global turnover for breaching GDPR or €20 Million. This is the maximum fine that can be imposed for the most serious infringements e.g.not having sufficient customer consent to process data or violating the core of Privacy by Design concepts. There is a tiered approach to fines e.g. a company can be fined 2% for not having their records in order (article 28), not notifying the supervising authority and data subject about a breach or not conducting impact assessment. It is important to note that these rules apply to both controllers and processors — meaning ‘clouds’ will not be exempt from GDPR enforcement.


What constitutes personal data?

Any information related to a natural person or ‘Data Subject’, that can be used to directly or indirectly identify the person. It can be anything from a name, a photo, an email address, bank details, posts on social networking websites, medical information, or a computer IP address.


What is the difference between a data processor and a data controller?

A controller is the entity that determines the purposes, conditions and means of the processing of personal data, while the processor is an entity which processes personal data on behalf of the controller.


Do data processors need ‘explicit’ or ‘unambiguous’ data subject consent – and what is the difference?

The conditions for consent have been strengthened, as companies will no longer be able to utilize long illegible terms and conditions full of legalese, as the request for consent must be given in an intelligible and easily accessible form, with the purpose for data processing attached to that consent – meaning it must be unambiguous. Consent must be clear and distinguishable from other matters and provided in an intelligible and easily accessible form, using clear and plain language. It must be as easy to withdraw consent as it is to give it.?  Explicit consent is required only for processing sensitive personal data – in this context, nothing short of “opt in” will suffice. However, for non-sensitive data, “unambiguous” consent will suffice.


What about Data Subjects under the age of 16?

Parental consent will be required to process the personal data of children under the age of 16 for online services; member states may legislate for a lower age of consent but this will not be below the age of 13.


What is the difference between a regulation and a directive?

A regulation is a binding legislative act. It must be applied in its entirety across the EU, while a directive is a legislative act that sets out a goal that all EU countries must achieve. However, it is up to the individual countries to decide how. It is important to note that the GDPR is a regulation, in contrast the the previous legislation, which is a directive.


Does my business need to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO)?

DPOs must be appointed in the case of: (a) public authorities, (b) organizations that engage in large scale systematic monitoring, or (c) organizations that engage in large scale processing of sensitive personal data (Art. 37).  If your organization doesn’t fall into one of these categories, then you do not need to appoint a DPO.


How does the GDPR affect policy surrounding data breaches?

Proposed regulations surrounding data breaches primarily relate to the notification policies of companies that have been breached. Data breaches which may pose a risk to individuals must be notified to the DPA within 72 hours and to affected individuals without undue delay.


Will the GDPR set up a one-stop-shop for data privacy regulation?

The discussions surrounding the one-stop-shop principle are among the most highly debated and are still unclear as the standing positions are highly varied. The Commission text has a fairly simple and concise ruling in favor of the principle, the Parliament also promotes a lead DPA and adds more involvement from other concerned DPAs, the Council’s view waters down the ability of the lead DPA even further. A more in depth analysis of the one-stop-shop policy debate can be found here.