GDPRAs I mentioned to readers of our monthly newsletter, like many organisations, we have been preparing for the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation on 25 May 2018. As you may know, there is no transition period so the new rules concerning data protection will be in full force and effect from day one.

At Canter Levin & Berg we introduced our new data protection policy last week and we have recently published our template GDPR compliant data protection policy, with associated documents and guidance notes, in the subscription section of this website. The policy is intended to be straightforward and easy for all readers and users to understand.

As usual we have accompanied the policy with detailed background and guidance notes which are intended to demystify the compliance process for SMEs. We have explained the background to GDPR, provided a commentary on what the Information Commissioner says about preparing for GDPR and summarised the main areas that need to be considered.

We have provided a clause by clause summary of the policy so that our users have all that they need to adapt the policy for implementation in their organisations.

Of course, subscribers who have access to our employment lawyers can have them prepare a suitably adapted policy, as well as receiving advice about how to implement the changes.

In addition to the main policy, subscribers have access to a template information asset register and, as a bonus, a GDPR compliant template website privacy statement.

If you are a full subscriber, please contact us and we will help you through the process with a minimum of fuss.

If you are a web access only subscriber, you can access the policy, guidance notes and associated documents here:

Subscription Zone – Data Protection Policy (GDPR compliant)

If you are not a subscriber, please do not hesitate to contact us for more information by using our enquiry form or by contacting one of our lawyers:

Tom – 0151 239 1040

Louisa – 0151 239 1010

Martin – 0151 239 1003

Our direct access lawyer provided services, including full access to our suite of GDPR data protection resources, start from as little as £99 per month.