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Data and Privacy Services

Data and Privacy Services

Our Data and Privacy specific services are to enable your business to remain compliant with essential GDPR and regulations when processing data and maintaining privacy of this data.

Data Processing Agreement 

A data processing agreement forms a part of GDPR which requires those who control data (typically a business on its website), ‘the controller’ to ensure that their ‘processor’ of the data (which can be any third party that is storing or analysing the data they receive) enters a mutual agreement which decides the rights and obligations of the parties to keep the data secure. It is also essential for businesses to ensure the legitimacy of the controllers they use.

Data Protection Policy £1,050

A data protection policy is a required statement for business to the consumer for them to accept the terms in which their data will be used. Specifically, it deals with the use of sensitive or personal information which can include, name’s as well as any contact information and/or financial information. The business must then disclose how they will use this information, the reason they are collecting it as well as the amount of time it will be held for and if there is another party who will have access to this information.  Different businesses require these to match the activities they carry out and, to comply in the region/s in which they operate.

Data Sharing Agreement £1,050

As a supplementary document to use with a data protection policy, a data sharing agreement will outline the specific terms to which personal or sensitive data is stored by a company. This would outline what happens to data at each stage of it being held and sets standards between ‘processors’ and ‘controllers’ that they must adhere to in order to comply with GDPR.

Data Access Request

Individuals are able to place a ‘Data Subject Request’, to which an organisation must respond to typically within a month. This would mean that the organisation must have the adequate paperwork at hand for employees or individual’s whose data they hold to place a request. We offer a range of different forms and letters that can make the process a whole lot simpler for your business, from initial request forms to an initial response and more complex responses should your business require it.

Cookie Policies £750

Under the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations and the Retained EU Law version of the General Data Protection Regulations, a user’s permission must be obtained when websites ‘monitor’ them in any way. Monitoring includes the use of placing cookies (small data files) onto the web browsers of customers. Websites generally use cookies to make the experience personalised to the users as cookies will remember user behaviour for the purpose of advertising. Legislation calls for greater transparency for users by enabling them to see which cookies are used, how they will be used and allowing them to consent, which are the components that make up a Cookie Policy. A comprehensive cookie policy ensures that your business is compliant with regulations based on the specific cookies that are most useful to the business sector in which you operate.

Privacy Policy £750

A Privacy policy is a required statement for a user of a website to accept the terms in which their data will be used. Specifically, it deals with the use of sensitive or personal information which can include, name’s as well as any contact information and/or financial information. The business must then disclose how they will use this information, the reason they are collecting it as well as the amount of time it will be held for and if there is another party who will have access to this information.  Different businesses require these to match the activities they carry out and, to comply in the region/s in which they operate.

Online Service Terms and Conditions / Website Terms and Conditions / Website Terms of Use

The Online Service Terms and Conditions regulate the way in which the website is used by visitors. These are not exclusively just for websites that sell products or services (eCommerce’s), but under the Electronic Commerce Directive any business that has an online platform must include certain details of themselves to remain compliant. These will typically include the details of the business such as the name, details of the privacy and cookie policies, a disclaimer for any third-party links as well as permissions associated with website content, as well as other specific terms related to the use of the website by the user.

Mobile App Privacy policy

A mobile privacy policy, similar to a website privacy policy, states the way in which the application uses and process the data of the user. GDPR requires this statement when a business uses or keeps any amount of personal data from a user, we can cater these for UK, EU and/or international legislation in order to remain compliant.

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