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Are you GDPR compliant?

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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European Union’s new legislation to protect the personal data of EU citizens.

Organisations have been given a two year lead in period to become compliant, ending 25th May 2018.

UKFast's exclusive FREE GDPR toolkit contains valuable resources and guides from industry experts to help support your business in preparing for the GDPR.

Request your GDPR Pocket Guide

Complete the form to receive your FREE Pocket Guide to GDPR 2018 in the post. You will also have immediate access to the full GDPR toolkit containing whitepapers, webinars, an infographic and an expert Q&A.

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The pocket guide will be delivered within four weeks of your request.

Disclaimer: The information in this pocket guide and toolkit is for your general guidance only and is not and shall not constitute legal advice. If you need advice on your rights or responsibilities or any legal advice around data protection matters, please obtain specific legal advice and contact an adviser or solicitor.

Inside the GDPR toolkit

Whitepaper

1: An Essential Overview

The GDPR is a long document, so we’ve done some of the leg work for you by highlighting what data controllers and processors need to do to comply.

Whitepaper

2: Are you GDPR ready?

Your organisation must be compliant with the GDPR by 25th May 2018. Our whitepaper guides you through the key changes introduced by the Regulation.

Webinar

3:GDPR Expert Webinar

On 4th May 2017, a panel of legal experts came to UKFast to answer the questions that are most important to UK businesses preparing for the GDPR deadline.

Infographic

4: 12 Steps Infographic

Ready to get started? We've outlined the initial 12 steps you'll need to take for GDPR compliance in a practical and easy-to-digest infographic.

Whitepaper

5: GDPR Expert Q&A

We put your GDPR questions to a group of experts. What has driven the GDPR? What it will mean for businesses and how you can prepare for the changes?

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Disclaimer: The information in this toolkit is for your general guidance only and is not and shall not constitute legal advice. If you need advice on your rights or responsibilities or any legal advice around data protection matters, please obtain specific legal advice and contact an adviser or solicitor.

GDPR shield

What about Brexit? Will GDPR still apply?

What does it mean for businesses?

The GDPR applies to any organisation that operates within the EU or with EU data. Failing to comply could lead to fines of up to €20m or 4% of your global annual turnover - whichever figure is larger. However, failing to comply is not simply a financial matter, it could have a significant impact on your organisation's reputation.

Here’s an overview of some of your new responsibilities:

  • Keep a record of data operations and activities
  • Carry out a data privacy impact assessment (PIA) for systems and projects
  • Consider if you will be required to designate a data protection officer (DPO)
  • Notify the supervisory authority of a data breach
  • Review data processing processes
  • Implement “privacy by design” and “privacy by default”

When do you need to do it?

Businesses must be compliant with the GDPR by 25th May 2018. Once this date rolls around there will be no room for interpretation of the legislation from member states, and all organisations that wish to trade with data within or with the EU must comply in order to reduce the risks to personal data throughout Europe and beyond.

Disclaimer: The information in this toolkit is for your general guidance only and is not and shall not constitute legal advice. If you need advice on your rights or responsibilities or any legal advice around data protection matters, please obtain specific legal advice and contact an adviser or solicitor.

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