Is your WordPress website GDPR compliant?Posted on
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In recent days there has been a lot of stir in the online community in particular WordPress, to do with the new GDPR privacy law which is coming into affect on the 25th of May 2018. Owners of WordPress websites are urged to take action to be compliant before this date.
So what exactly do you need to do to make my WordPress compliant with the new GDPR laws?
- Ensure that your WordPress has been updated to the latest version, which has some new functions built in to support the recent changes in the law.
- Where possible, email all your existing users and give them the opportunity to opt out from any further marketing emails.
Additionally, there is a document that has been prepared by ICO (information commissioners office) which has an easy to follow 12 step guide which you can download a copy of from HERE.
Should you require help identifying and implementing these GDPR changes, Active Webdezign and the team are well up to scratch on this and can help you implement the required changes. Weather you are just a sole trader or a large corporate, action must be taken to avoid any potential fines. So don’t delay, contact us today to discuss or to help you with your updates. Mike (who can be emailed directly at email@example.com) will be more than happy to discuss any concerns you may have with no obligation to have any upgrade work performed. Indeed, we have taken the steps to update all our clients websites to the latest version of WordPress at no additional cost to ensure that all our clients are running the most up to date and compliant version of their WordPress, so half the battle is done.