Five steps to good GDPR Compliance
27 Apr 2017by Chloe Green
As of May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force, requiring more stringent measures to protect the personal information and privacy of not-for-profit organisations’ supporters.
To ensure you keep your organisation’s reputation in tack and avoid hefty fines, it’s important that you plan ahead for the changes to ensure that your organisation exhibits good GDPR compliance. You may think you have all the time in the world until you need to be GDPR compliant, but the time to prepare and take action is now.
Charity CRM software provider, Access thankQ CRM
, has put together a free 5-step plan for good GDPR compliance
to help you get the ball rolling. Download the plan
- What GDPR means for your organisation
- What you should be reviewing within your organisation
- How your CRM needs to support you with GDPR compliance