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GDPR

Legal advice

GDPR three years on: make sure your small business is compliant

Many small businesses think if they just ignore the EU’s GDPR regulations, they will just go away. Lawyer Chris Cook warns SMEs they face crippling fines if they do nothing

Getting Online

Three steps to writing a cookie policy for your website

In partnership with the UK Domain, we explain what you need to feature in the cookie policy for your small business website

Law

GDPR and Brexit – 5 steps your small business can take

Small businesses may be overconfident they are Brexit ready when it comes to GDPR compliance, says Ian Osborne. He offers 5 tips to keep your SME within the law

Getting Online

9 steps to GDPR compliance for your first business website

We've partnered with The UK Domain to tell you what you should do to make your business website GDPR compliant.

Legal advice

What should I do if I get a subject access request?

With GDPR came an update to the subject access request policy. What should you do if a customer or an employee sends you one?

Legal advice

GDPR one year on: what fines have been issued so far?

A year after GDPR was implemented, we take a look at the impact of fines and how the UK compares to the rest of Europe.

Better Business

What does GDPR mean to me and my business?

Here, we look at the new regulations regarding the secure collection, storage and usage of personal information for your small business.

Business management

Customer databases: how to deal with the effects of GDPR

We take a look at how SME customer databases have been affected by GDPR and a few ways to help you adapt to the new rules.

Employing & managing staff

Can I insist on staff having their photo taken?

With the help of Jane Crosby, Peter Done answers a reader questioning whether they can insist that an employee has their photo taken for a new HR system. If not, can they go down the disciplinary route?

Better Business

GDPR: gain business advantage from the data regulation shake-up

GDPR has been a major shake-up for small businesses. Mark Overton of Softcat reveals how you can take advantage of the changes.

Business Technology

GDPR is now in force: make sure you don’t get caught out

Now that GDPR is in force, businesses need to be even more careful when it comes to compliance. Campbell Hutcheson of Datto explains how you can sidestep a hefty fine.

Marketing

GDPR: company campaigns that are ‘on brand’

Everybody's email inboxes are stuffed with all manner of messages about privacy policies and GDPR changes. Mark Overton of Softcat takes a look at some of the best examples of companies who have contacted their customers while staying 'on brand.'

Partner content

Funding options for the water supply, sewerage and waste management sector

The guys over at Funding Options explain what finance is available to firms in the water supply, sewerage and waste management sector

Partner content

Can businesses save money on CBILS repayment costs by refinancing for a RLS loan?

Your business could save money on CBILS repayments by refinancing for an RLS loan – Funding Options tells us how

Partner content

What is professional indemnity insurance?

Professional indemnity insurance provides cover if somebody sues your business and they allege that your advice caused financial loss or damaged their brand. It’s not just for accountants and lawyers but for anyone offering a personal service, even web designers

Partner content

What is public liability insurance, and does it cover Covid-19 claims?

Public liability insurance can cover your small business if a third party has an accident or injury. But does public liability insurance cover claims made against your business arising from Covid-19?