The General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR) now applies in the UK and provides consistency and standardisation for the United Kingdom on the processing and use of personal data. Our GDPR Policy templates help organisations from every industry to implement the UK GDPR, which merges the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018.
Compliance is not ‘shelf-bought’, so it is important to allocate adequate resources, time and funds. However, our market leading GDPR Documentation Toolkit and other GDPR Documents can help in GDPR implementation and ongoing compliance and come with numerous ready-to-use, customisable policies and templates.
How We Can Help
GDPR compliance cannot be bought and there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’, so expect to invest time, money and resources into meeting the new data protection Regulation. However, our GDPR documents go a long way towards helping you do just that. Used by thousands of organisations already, we have created generic templates that suit all industries and can be customise to make the content specific to your business type.
Ready-to-use and fully customisable, we provide free updates, links to GDPR resources and GDPR implementation guidance with all bundle orders, which are delivered by email after payment has been made, giving you almost instant access. Our GDPR range includes our Data Protection Policy, Transfer Procedures, Privacy Notice & Consent Template, Information Audit, Data Retention & Breach Procedures, 140+ question GDPR Checklist and much more.
GDPR & Brexit
The UK left the EU on 31st January 2020 and entered into a transition period until the end of December 2020. During this period, the EU GDPR still applies to UK businesses processing personal data. The Government intends to incorporate the GDPR into the DPA18 (as the UK GDPR) which will be enforced after the transition period.
Our GDPR policies and Toolkits comply with the GDPR and DPA18, so can be used both before and after the transition period, meaning you do not need to double up on costs or documents. Read our GDPR & Brexit article here.