WordPress DSGVO | Legal implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (DSGVO)
WHAT IS THE GDPR
WordPress DSGVO: Under the General Data Protection Regulation of 25 May 2018, each website must comply with the requirements of these provisions as of 25 May 2018. The purpose of the EU GDPR, in particular, is to strengthen the rights of EU citizens with regard to their data. It is about the so-called victims rights. Affected parties must be informed about data breaches, and this must be understood and timely.
WHO IS AFFECTED
The DSGVO must be observed and adhered to as soon as personal data is processed. Personal data includes, for example, the e-mail address, IP address, name and much more. The EU Data Protection Basic Regulation requires companies to comply with new obligations vis-à-vis the authorities. Companies must technically and organisationally ensure that the data concerned is protected accordingly.
Far higher fines than before are possible for the enforcement of data protection law. In certain cases, the amount of fines for administrative offences is fixed at up to 20 million Euro or up to four percent of the worldwide annual turnover according to Article 83 paragraph (5) (in comparison, the German BDSG has so far provided for a maximum fine of 300,000 Euro). The member states may also provide for further sanctions.
JoeWP agency services for GDPR
Basic Data Protection Regulation | What we check on your website
We check your website to see which technical / organisational measures are to be implemented to comply with the DSGVO.
We will discuss the necessary changes to the website with you and then implement them.
We are preparing a short report on the measures we have implemented with regard to the DSGVO.
GDPR website – full service
Our adjustments to the DSGVO
We use a plugin for the legally compliant cookie message on your website. This deactivates cookies, Facebook pixels, Google Analytics etc.
Your Youtube videos on your website should be checked for DSGVO-compliant integration and supplemented with the relevant information on privacy.
If you have not already done so, we will redirect your website to secure encryption using SSL (HTTPS) without losing any ranking on the search engines.
Google Analytics, AdWords & Co
We are transitioning your Google Analytics account and Google AdWords to the terms of the new DSGVO.
Plugins & Tools
We check all plugins on your website, whether they comply with the DSGVO. If necessary, we will remove non-compliant plugins and programs and replace them with DSGVO-compliant ones.
contract manufacturing agreements
We check whether you have to conclude contract processing contracts (GCUs) with your own hoster / provider and any other service providers who collect and process personal information about your website.
You want to make your website DSGVO compliant?