All this talk about GDPR I’m sure has got some of you confused, and I’m right there with you. So, in order for me to bring this information to you, I had to do some digging myself to make sense of this new regulation.
To help makes things a little easier on you, check out these five articles I researched and used to make sense of this new regulation going into effect on May 25th.
For a simplified version and what you need to know about GDPR and how it pertains to you as a small business, Madeline’ Bennett of Diginomica Government shares what you need to do prepare for the new regulations.
Now, if that didn’t clear things up for you, not to worry. There’s a lot to do in a short amount of time and lots of info to absorb. For every question that wasn’t answered in the last article, here’s “14 Things You Wanted To Know About GDPR And Were Too Afraid To Ask” from Moosend’s blog.
Opt-in option got you a little worried? Here’s some examples of what to do and what NOT to do. These templates from Tim Watson of Zettasphere will make sure you’re compliant with GDPR.
For a more in-depth and technical look at GDPR, check out this article from Paul Reubens of eSecurity Planet.
Finally, to hear from an actual lawyer on how you should tackle GDPR, check out this interview from DigitalMarketer with data protection lawyer, Suzanna Dibble. She gives a breakdown on what exactly GDPR is, what you should do next, and lists numerous resources for you to utilize.
I hope these articles and resources help you tackle the confusing monster that is GDPR. For more information on the new law going into effect on May 25th, check out the European Union’s full legislation on the matter HERE.