CertiKit’s GDPR Toolkit has been a huge success since its launch in June 2017, helping thousands of organisations to safeguard the privacy of EU citizens.
The General Data Protection Regulation became law in May 2018, forcing organisations who held personal data about EU citizens to take steps to protect it – or risk breaking the law.
Now, with sales to dozens of countries across the world, including every nation in the EU, we have released version six of the CertiKit GDPR Toolkit.
There are plenty of reasons to buy the toolkit. It is our third to be redesigned, giving it a fresh, contemporary look, with new colours, fonts and graphics.
An index document has been added, showing how each GDPR article is addressed by the Toolkit documents.
And there are three new documents: a Data Breach Incident Response Plan, an HR Security Policy and a Social Media Policy.
Other improvements include the following:
CertiKit managing director Ken Holmes said: “Version six of our popular GDPR Toolkit is packed with the things our customers tell us they want, such as new documents, more content, more examples and lots of supporting information.
“I’m delighted to continue the rollout of our new layouts and formatting in the GDPR toolkit V6, making the documents clearer, more professional and easier to use.”
The GDPR is the biggest change to data protection laws in more than two decades, affecting everyone living in the EU. It aims to give people more control over how their personal data is handled.
It was big news in 2018 as organisations across the UK, continental Europe and further afield battled to get their systems in order before it became law on May 25.
Customers have told us the GDPR Toolkit has been invaluable in helping them to become GDPR compliant. As ever, don’t take our word for it – here are a few reviews from our website.
Our GDPR Toolkit, along with that for ISO27001, even won us a top accolade in the UK Technical Communication Awards earlier this year.
We always listen to the feedback from our customers and take their suggestions on board when making updates to any of our toolkits. If you have any suggestions, please get in touch. You can also leave a review here.