Don't risk fines or your users' trust: compliant data is a critical business resource
Responsibly collecting and using personal data collected online is not just a legal requirement for companies in the European Union. It is critical to building user relationships across online platforms. To build trust, companies need to be clear with consumers about how they use data and obtain consent in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Beyond the legal requirements, there are best practices for how to inform users and obtain consent that enhance your company’s branding and help boost consent rates.
We have created this checklist for you to clearly outline companies’ responsibilities and users’ rights under the GDPR. Save time, create great user experience, and take concrete steps to achieve compliance. Learn about:
- if your company needs to comply with the GDPR
- how to obtain and store valid consent
- what cookie banner design elements are both user-friendly and compliant
- and more!
Enforcement of the GDPR by various data protection authorities (DPA) is increasing and expanding worldwide.
Since 2018, the GDPR has been influential on data privacy legislation passed in other countries, like Brazil and the United States, and on legislation still in progress. It will continue to evolve as the legal landscape and technologies change.
Privacy compliance is necessary to avoid the risk of fines, data loss, and damage to brand reputation. It’s also a competitive advantage that helps build user trust, develop higher engagement long term, and boost revenue.
This checklist provides key steps and best practices to help bring your data protection and marketing strategy into alignment with the GDPR.
Consumers are increasingly concerned about the privacy and security of their personal data. International transfers of data are a serious topic of discussion between governments and multinational tech companies.
It has never been more important to have the right tools to help you achieve and maintain data privacy compliance with the GDPR.
Download our GDPR checklist now!