Data Protection Legal Compliance

GDPR & Data Protection Documents

Complying with the GDPR may seem daunting, but a methodical and practical approach and application will help allay concerns. It is important to understand as soon as possible what your business needs to do, and then to put in place the requisite procedures and practices supported by up-to-date policies and agreements.

If your business collects any kind of personal data from or about individuals (e.g. customers and employees) it will be currently subject to the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998 and, as of 25 May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation, known as the GDPR.

Any organisation using personal data must comply with the law and must protect individuals’ rights (individuals in this context are referred to as “data subjects”). Personal data must only be used where there is a valid reason to do so, it must be processed and held securely, and data subjects must be kept fully informed of their rights and of your use of their data.

The range of documents below, starting with the GDPR Data Protection Audit template and Guidance Notes, are provided to help businesses of all types and sizes take important steps towards protecting personal data and valuable business information in preparation for compliance with the GDPR regime.

These Data Protection and GDPR Documents are part of the Business Documents Folder. Just £35.00 + VAT will provide you with 1 year's unlimited access to all Business Documents.