On May 25, 2018, a new data privacy law called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force, impacting how businesses collect and process data from individuals who live in the European Union (EU). It’s the most significant piece of data protection legislation to be introduced in the EU in 20 years, and will replace the 1995 Data Protection Directive.
What are the ConversionWise doing about the GDPR?
We take your privacy and security extremely seriously, so have implemented a number of members to ensure we’re GDPR compliant.
All data stored by ConversionWise is stored on EU servers.
Data Protection Officer
We have a designated DPO officer who is here to ensure compliance around the clock.
Right to Erasure
We respect your right to erasure and will action all requests in an efficient manner.
You have the ability to control which cookies are stored when using our website.
Lawful Basis of Processing
We ensure we have lawful basis of processing your data.
We will delete your lead data on request and within an efficient timescale, simply reach out.
Data Processing Agreement (DPA)
We have taken the necessary measures to ensure that our customer data is secure with each sub-processor.
Data is collected via a secure connection utilising the latest encryption.
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ConversionWise are 100% committed to your data privacy.
We take your data privacy very seriously and are vigilant in ensuring that what we do and how we act is GDPR compliant. As a trusted customer, it’s essential that you’re reassured that we can meet your demands and ensure how you use our services is secure and safe.
We’re here if you need us for anything
If you have any questions on our GDPR policy, process or want to exercise any of your rights then please do not hesitate to contact us via our contact page and we’ll be more than happy to help with your request.
Please note that this page does not serve to offer advice on GDPR compliance but merely provide information on how we operate under GDPR compliance.
The GDPR Basics
What is GDPR?
GDPR was introduced to give EU residents greater rights and control with regards to their privacy. This effects how companies operating in the EU, or working with EU residents collect and store data.
“Having the right mindset towards data protection helps to future proof a business. It will put it in the right place to keep up with legislation.”