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Growth Hacking Your Way to Heavy Fines? Adjust Your Outbound Strategy for GDPR. - Convert.com Blog During our GDPR inventory, it quickly became clear that our marketing stack had to change. We’re dedicated to complying with the full GDPR—which means the way we generated leads for our products, how we used tools, and our attempts to growth hack—had become problems. Here I’ll share how we used “web snitchers” at Convert, and why we are stepping away from that practice. Anyone in CRO will be familiar with the concept; “You lose 98% of your website visitors…so convert more”. We rely on similar software. “We are cutting around 20% of our marketing software to comply to GDPR and ePrivacy Regulations” Dennis van der Heijden, CEO of Convert.com “Growth Hacking”— Or Sneaky Lead Capture? In the past, we used reverse IP lookup services, data enrichment, and cold email outreach. Around 3% of our new revenue depended on using tools like Snitcher and WhoIsVisiting— apps let us reverse IP lookups on visitors on our websites. We relied on multiple reverse IP tools in order to limit the error margin.
The GDPR and consent interfaces: A technician's view From an IT technician's point of view, those of us tasked with operationalizing mandated transparency and consent requirements from the EU General Data Protection Regulation before the May 25 enforcement threshold face a formidable challenge. While EU users and regulators will be able to evaluate compliance with new GDPR rules by simply viewing any public-facing data ingestion screens, as IT staff - who craft and maintain those screens - we lack concrete requirements as to what actually needs to be changed or added at our existing user "touch points" to achieve and demonstrate compliance. Experience tells us that IT implementations based upon ill-defined and amorphous specs often end poorly, yet the May deadline looms, and a strategy of inaction risks heavy sanctions as well as brand damage for the enterprise. What to do? For an answer, it is useful to step back and analyze the GDPR holistically, and from the standpoint of the EU leaders who drafted and enacted it in 2016.
GDPR – Tools to get you compliant In our last article we discussed where you should begin, this time we are going to talk about some of the tools you can use to help you get you compliant and become a GDPR hero within your business. If you recall from our previous article, there are four key phases to ensuring GDPR compliance: Discover: First thing you need to do, is create a quick inventory template to start recording the type of personal data you have and where it is stored. In short, you are looking for this: NameEmail addressSocial media postsPhysical, physiological, or genetic informationMedical informationLocationBank detailsIP addressCookiesCultural identity In these locations: EmailsDocumentsDatabasesRemovable mediaMetadataLog filesBackupsCloud applications If you haven’t got time to create your own Excel inventory template, complete the box to the right and we will mail one over to you straight away. Manage: For this example, let’s consider the hiring process within a Company. Protect: Protecting your data: Report:
Europrivacy eelo, a mobile OS and web-services, in the public interest by Gaël Duval eelo was featured on a number of news sites including: Note about languages: you can read the whole story translated: auf Deutsch, en Français, en Español, in Italiano Your data is YOUR data! eelo recognises the need shared by everyone for better data privacy. The eelo project will provide an alternative mobile operating system and associated web-services, including email, cloud storage, and online office tools. eelo is an open source, non-profit project, in the public interest. In 1998, I created Mandrake Linux, because I was both a Linux fan and didn’t like Windows. Since then, the smartphone has emerged. And I'm definitely not happy with that situation. I’m also not happy with Google and others like them. I want to stop that, at least for myself. I want to reconquer my privacy. But at the same time, the alternatives that exist at the moment don’t exactly fit my needs. This "new thing" will be - as much as possible - open source. Non-profit doesn’t mean nothing will be for sale.
Association of Data Protection Officers The ADPO Resource Library is designed to offer a variety of supports, services and courses to members of the Association. The ADPO recognises the importance of providing the most up-to-date information developing with regard to fast changing world of Data Protection. The Resource Library also features presentations delivered to annual ADPO conferences. As part of our emerging digital library programme we are seeking contributions from ADPO members and the wider Data Protection Community to expand these resources. Email email@example.com if you would like to contribute. Document Templates Data Protection Policy Template A useful model and starting point for organisations needing to develop or refine their corporate policy with regard to data protection. Format: MS-Word | Pages: 4 | File size: 60KB Download Data Loss Notification Procedure Template This document is intended to provide a model procedure to be followed in the event of a loss of personal data. Data Incident Log Template