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GDPR Compliance

Everyone who has a website needs to be GDPR compliant. GDPR comes into force on the 25th May 2018. You have 2 packages to choose from.

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What is GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a legislation, aiming to provide data protection & privacy to all individuals in the European Union. With the primary aim of giving EU citizens more control of their personal data and how it is processed. The legislation will apply to any business that handles data belonging to EU citizens. The majority of businesses with a website will need to be compliant as having a contact form and using Google Analytics is affected by this new legislation.

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Risks and fines for non-compliance

When GDPR officially comes into play fines will be significantly higher than the current £500,000 fine. In fact, if your company fails to comply with the GDPR legislation then the fines can rise to 20 Million Euros. Or 4% of your corporations annual turnover. GDPR compliance is not optional, if you own a website you will need to make the necessary changes otherwise you will be breaking the law.


  • Opt-ins on all forms
  • Cookie usage warning & opt-in
  • SSL / HTTPS secure padlock
  • Security review & recommendations
  • Data Controller contact details
  • Audit trials and activity logs
  • Policies review
£399 +VAT
GDPR compliance is not optional, if you own a website you will need to make the necessary changes otherwise you will be breaking the law. We are not lawyers and the information on this page is not legal advice.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the GDPR coming into effect?

As of May 25th 2018, GDPR will be in effect across the UK and EU countries. To ensure your business is compliant get in touch with the KIJO team to discuss our GDPR packages.

What happens if i dont comply?

Failure to comply will result in fines of up to 20 million euros or 4% of businesses annual turnover.

Does BREXIT affect the ruling of the GDPR legislation in the UK?

The short answer is no. As the law will be passed (May 25th 2018) before we officially leave the European Union the ruling of the legislation will remain the same. Therefore all companies will be required to comply. Need help with GDPR compliance, get in touch. We are here to help.

Who does GDPR affect?

The new GDPR legislation directly affects those who offer goods or services to, or monitor the behaviour of, EU data subjects. This includes companies both inside & outside of the EU. If you possess data of EU subjects then it is imperative you are GDPR compliant by the deadline of May 25th.

I thought this only applied to businesses collecting data?

This new legislation covers a wide range of ways that data is collected. Having a contact form on your website will mean you need to compliant. If you use Google Analytics or any other methods of tracking website visitors then this is also covered by GDPR.

How does the GDPR affect policy surrounding data breaches?

Proposed regulations surrounding data breaches primarily relate to the notification policies of companies that have been breached. Data breaches which may pose a risk to individuals must be notified to the DPA within 72 hours and to affected individuals without undue delay.