How to Make Your Website Compliant with the GDPR
A 5-step process to help manage the transparency and consent requirement of the new EU legislation
With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) just months away from taking effect, companies are up against a myriad of challenges to become compliant. Organizations that violate the law risk fines as high as 4% of annual revenue or €20 million, whichever is greater.
Because of its low triggering mechanism, the law will apply to most enterprise organizations, regardless of where they are located. The GDPR requires companies to have a comprehensive understanding of all the data they collect, as well as any data being collected by third-parties they’ve given access to their website, and how that data is being used.
But the challenges need to be swiftly addressed to avoid hefty penalties and fines. How to get there, especially when it comes to obtaining consumer consent, is a question many seem to be saving for the last minute.
In this eBook “How to Make Your Website Compliant with the GDPR”, you’ll learn:
- A step-by-step process for achieving compliance with the GDPR consent requirements
- Why the GDPR will become the de facto national privacy law in the United States
- How to conduct a thorough audit of your website to gain a panoramic view of all the third-parties collecting data from your customers
- Which data collection activities will require companies to obtain unambiguous consent directly from the individual