As you will have noticed, ESP Projects has been posting regular content relating to GDPR (General Data Protection). Which comes into force in May 2018. Recently, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has released new content aimed at charities. Adding to the ever-growing list of resources on its website. The documentation has been added to the Small Business advice and guidance section.
The page contains information about what needs to be done now and in the future. The format of this information is an FAQ style, covering issues such as:
Appointing GDPR focussed staff.
It also provides links to a number of other resources such as “12 steps to take now checklist” and a Self-Assessment tool. There is also specific information provided for health charities.
Why read it?
Essentially, this new GDPR FAQs for charities is aimed at getting charities to act now, rather than waiting for the May 2018 deadline to ensure GDPR compliance. If you have unanswered questions after reading the ICO’s new information, you can contact their small business advice line by calling 0303 123 1113.
The ICO will continue to release information over the coming months and ESP Projects will try to provide reference to it where possible.
You can find more information about GDPR in ESP Projects other GDPR information articles:
If you would like to discuss your GDPR position, where it relates specifically to your IT System Security or your Website, please get in touch with us using our Contact Us page and one of our consultants will be on hand to assist you with this daunting task. Alternatively, you can give us a call on 03302020118 option 1.