GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became law on 25th May 2018, changing the way businesses collect, hold and process the personal information of their customers.

We take our responsibilities for GDPR compliance seriously. We have evaluated the new requirements and restrictions of the GDPR, and made a number of changes to our ways of working and our relevant documentation to ensure that we handle all data in compliance with the law. Key areas of change include:

Terms

We have updated our Terms & Conditions of Service to ensure that our contractual agreements with customers meet the requirements of the GDPR. Read More

Privacy Policy

We have updated our Privacy Policy to ensure that our customers and their employees have clear information about the way we will process and store their data, in line with GDPR. Read More

Authorised subcontractors

We have ensured that the authorised subcontractors that we work with are subject to the same strict new rules and requirements as we are.
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Technical/Security

To ensure GDPR compliance we have revised our Information Security Management System to ensure we have in place all the necessary technical, administrative and physical safeguards for the personal information we process and store. Read More

FAQs

For more information and answers to some commonly asked questions about GDPR, please take a look at our frequently asked questions page. Read More.