WEBIZZY GDPR COMPLIANCE SUPPORT

Support for Websites built with WordPress

A Webizzy GDPR Compliance Support

GDPR grants individuals many new rights regarding their personal data. From the perspective of your WordPress website, the three most important rights are:

  • Your visitors can request to access any personal data you’ve gathered about them
  • Your visitors can request to export their personal data in machine-readable format
  • Your visitors can request to delete their personal data
  • Unless you have a good, legally backed reason, you are obliged to comply in 30 days.

Note that even if your website does not have user accounts, you might still be collecting visitors’ personal data. For example, analytics, comments, reviews and any kinds of form submissions may contain personal data.

Webizzy Limited Can Provide:

Please note we can only provide support for WordPress websites.

A Privacy Policy intended to meet the needs of GDPR - see example here: Webizzy Privacy Policy.

A Privacy Tools page where visitors can authenticate via email or log in - see example here: Webizzy Privacy Tools.

On the privacy tools page, a visitor will be able to:

  • Request to view their personal data
  • Request to export their personal data in a machine-readable format
  • Request to delete their personal data
  • View and withdraw consents they have given

We can configure your WordPress website to allow customers to view, export or delete their personal data automatically – or we can configure the website to send you an email notification instead, so you can handle their request manually. We can also configure the website to anonymise data instead of deleting it. This might be useful for analytics purposes, subscriptions, etc.

We can provide a Data Processing Agreement between you as a Data Controller and Webizzy Limited as a Data Processor. You can see an example of an agreement by clicking here.

 

GDPR WordPress Website Compliance Support

£375

  • Create GDPR Privacy Policy Page
  • Create GDPR Privacy Tools Page
  • Create visitor access to personal data
  • Enable visitor to export personal data
  • Enable visitor to delete personal data automatically
  • Enable visitor to view and withdraw consents automatically
  • Update all forms to reflect consent policy
  • Add GDPR Privacy feature to all forms
  • Send data manually if required
  • Create Data Processing Contract
  • Updates to Privacy Policy and Privacy Tools for 6 months
  • 50% discount applied to addtional WordPress sites you own

GDPR WordPress Website Compliance Support

£75

  • Create GDPR Privacy Policy Page
  • Update all forms to reflect consent policy
  • Updates to Privacy Policy for 6 months

GDPR COMPLIANCE SUPPORT - FULL SUPPORT SERVICE

GDPR Compliance Support - Full

GDPR Compliance Support - Full

Privacy Policy

Please complete the information below so that we can generate a Privacy Policy for your website.

Company Information

Data Protection Authority

See the list of contacts here

Data Protection Officer

A word of warning: this is a complex topic. Consider getting professional legal advice.

If systematic and regular data processing is one of the core activities of your company, you need to appoint a DPO.

If you do data processing on a large scale, you need to appoint a DPO.

Otherwise, you might need to appoint a DPO, but it’s possible that you’ll get away without one.

View & Export Data

What should happen if a data subject requests viewing or exporting their data.

Delete & Anonymise Data

What should happen if a data subject requests deleting their data.

Disclaimer

We will use your data to contact you to discuss the development of your Privacy Tools.

GDPR COMPLIANCE SUPPORT - PRIVACY POLICY ONLY

GDPR Compliance Support - PRIVACY POLICY ONLY

GDPR Compliance Support - PRIVACY POLICY ONLY

Privacy Policy

Please complete the information below so that we can generate a Privacy Policy for your website.

Company Information

Data Protection Authority

See the list of contacts here

Data Protection Officer

A word of warning: this is a complex topic. Consider getting professional legal advice.

If systematic and regular data processing is one of the core activities of your company, you need to appoint a DPO.

If you do data processing on a large scale, you need to appoint a DPO.

Otherwise, you might need to appoint a DPO, but it’s possible that you’ll get away without one.

Disclaimer

We will use your data to contact you to discuss the development of your Privacy Tools.