Now that the General Data Protection Regulation is in place, we look at the steps charities can take to remain compliant.

25 May 2018. That was the date all organisations, including charities, were frantically working towards to make sure their processes for managing personal data complied with the new General Data Protection Regulation.

Now that the deadline has passed, you could be forgiven for never wanting to hear the four letters GDPR ever again. But as you know, that’s not possible.

Compliance with GDPR is a legal requirement. But it also presents opportunities for you to build trust with the public, become more resilient and get better value from your data – a win win for all charities.

In the infographic below we share our top tips for how your charity can stay compliant with GDPR. Download and print the infographic.

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