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Saturday, 21 April 2018 10:14

GDPR Summary (Part 3)

Our summary on GDPR is brief and hopefully of use to you if you are running a business, any business, that uses personal data.

Let's use some case studies to help...

Collecting Telephone Numbers and Contact Details

If you donwload our Step by Step Guide + Checklist you'll see a case study in there for Just Eat. Clearly all the business needs is a contact name, location and phone number to deliver the food to the client. Unfortunately for Just Eat it appears that some of that data found its way into the hands of another business that use dthe data for purposes other than what it was originally intended.

Collecting Email Addresses

If your in the business of collecting email addresses for your business to keep in touch with people about your products and services then not only should you ensure that the data is only used for the purposes outlined in your privacy policy but you should also ensure the data is secure and can only be accessed by those who require access.

IS Policy

We've written a number of these over the years. AN IS Policy (Information Security Policy) basically covers how your data is captured, stored and handled. Who has access and for what reasons.

Other things an IS Policy may cover are areas such as data breaches and how they would be handled and how users may gain access to their data although these can also be contained in the Privacy Policy.

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy should outline in simple terms how the data you capture on an individual is handled. Under GDPR you also have an obligation to allow users to be forgotten or have their data deleted, provide them with all the information you hold on them and allow them access to this data ina way that is easy for them.

Again, this is something we help many of our clients with. Just contact us if you'd like help with updating your privacy policy.

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