A guide to help your WordPress website become GDPR Compliant

by Martin Coates

May 3, 2018

This guide will help you understand what actions are required to help ensure your WordPress website is GDPR compliant by May 25th.

Your website will most likely process or collect data. From enquiry forms to 3rd party integrations, we created the following guide to provide website owners a summary of what is required by them to ensure that the meet the forth-coming regulation change.


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  • What GDPR is ?
  • What is deemed personal data ?
  • What is deemed sensitive data ?
  • What you as a business need to do ?
  • The penalty for breaching GDPR.
  • The benefits of making your website GDPR compliant
  • The role of your WordPress agency to GDPR compliance
  • GDPR for your WordPress website
  • WordPress Website GDPR Audits
  • Updating your Privacy & Cookie Policies
  • Implementation changes to your Website to make it GDPR compliant
  • Conclusion

We created the guide to help marketing teams shed light on a potentially confusing subject. If their website collects data, the guide will help understand what is needed in the quest to meet compliance.

Martin Coates


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