We know GDPR has been tricky to get the hang of.
So here are our top three WordPress plug-ins that are there to help you!
1) WP GDPR Compliance by Van Ons
- Connects with Contact forms, Gravity forms, WooComerce and WordPress comments to ensure explicit consent is given.
- Adds a data request page to your site. Where customers can request a copy of the data you hold on them in the back office of the website. On this page, they can also request their data be deleted.
The creators of the plug in have also created a handy checklist to help you on your way to becoming fully compliant. A simple additional plug in for your basic compliancy needs.
2) GDPR by Trew Knowledge
- Consent management
- Double Opt-in confirmation email
- Encrypted audit logs to show lifetime timelines of Data Subjects
- Data breach notifications
We like the great all-round protection for your website in one relatively straight-forward plug in. No need to have multiple plug in’s maintaining each and every single aspect of compliance when this plug in takes care of a plethora of your requirements.
3) The WordPress GDPR Framework by codelight
- Allow users to view, export and delete their own personal data
- Track, manage and withdraw all consent
- Anonymize personal data
They have also been kind enough to put together a thorough guide to making your WordPress website compliant.
So, there’s our top three GDPR plug in’s, which are there to help you through your GDPR transition. These plug in’s are great if you need all-round support.
If you’re a small business or organization and you would just like a simple method of complying to GDPR, these are the plug in’s you will need.