GDPR: time is running out

From May 2018, GDPR will impact every organisation serving citizens in the EU. CivicaPay's GDPR tool can help you quickly action any citizen requests, reducing the risk of hefty fines. 

Prepare for GDPR with CivicaPay's tool

To help your organisation's journey towards GDPR compliance, we have developed a tool for CivicaPay which allows you to quickly and easily gain a clear picture where data is stored in the system and why, enabling you to offer your citizens complete transparency about the information held.

The tool will enable you to securely access the relevant records that CivicaPay holds, pulling together data from multiple channels and transactions to offer a complete picture - helping your organisation become GDPR-ready. 

GDPR & CivicaPay: What you need to know

The clock is ticking... join us for a free webinar to find out how best to make sure your CivicaPay system is GDPR-ready.


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GDPR - A LIVE debate

Are you ready for new EU data protection legislation?

The EU General Data Protection Regulation becomes a reality on 25 May 2018 and is set to be enshrined in UK law in a new Data Protection Act. The need to comply with the law is likely to require changes in processes, technology, consent mechanisms, the ability to demonstrate compliance and the culture of the organisations.

Meeting the demands of the GDPR is everyone’s responsibility, as our recent live debate with UKA, the ICO and leading public sector leaders made clear. You can catchup on what was discussed by watching the full debate with our expert panel:

  • Victoria Cetinkaya, senior policy officer at the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)
  • Imogen Heywood, engagement lead at the Centre of Excellence for Information Sharing
  • David Tidey, chief information officer of the London Boroughs of Wandsworth and Richmond and chair of the London CIO Council
  • Chris Doutney, managing director, Civica Digital

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