Case Study: AssureData Brand and Website
Jim Sneddon, founder of AssureData approached DADD a year after helping him with a previous business. He needed a logo and website that offered visitors information about how AssureData could help customers prepare for the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) with an online shop for selling courses and an affiliate programme.
DADD produced their logos with a few iterations of concepts, refinements and final versions. The website was created using WordPress, WooCommerce, Woo Events, Affiliate Manager and the usual configuration for Google Analytics, Google Webmasters, Cookie Law and a range of security modules.
Within a couple of weeks of launch, AssureData has it’s first customers, a healthy number of visitors, a low bounce rate and a long engagement rate.
Working with Chris is a pleasure. He helped me with both my logo and web site, he is very responsive, understands the brief and quickly gets you where you need to be. Would I work with Chris again? Yes absolutely and I can see this being an ongoing partnership as my site evolves.Jim Sneddon
LinkedIn Pulse Article published 2nd Feb 2017
Be prepared…or you’ll be fined!
There are big changes coming to the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which can incur heavy fines up to 4% of the previous year’s gross annual turnover. A recent breach at a large retailer would have incurred a fine of £1.9billion if GDPR was in force!
I didn’t realise the ramifications were so severe? Did you? Thankfully, I’ve found a really useful company who can help my customers get ready.
AssureData specialise in advising their clients on how to prepare and become compliant with the changes to the data protection regulations. They offer a single place for consultancy, training, legal advice and cyber liability insurance to ensure that you are as secure and compliant as you possibly can be when the regulation comes into force.
Click to watch the intro video at AssureData.eu
AssureData’s GDPR Introduction Course is running on a few dates soon: 17th Feb, 2nd March and 23rd March.
The course will remove the confusion around the GDPR and provide you with clarity as to the needs for your organisation, whilst giving you the action plan you need to undertake to ensure security and compliance.
What Does the Course Cover?
- What changes in May 2018 & Why?
- Who & What does the GDPR apply to?
- GDPR Principles In Detail
- Key Areas To Consider For Your Business’s Compliance
- Understanding ‘Rights Of The Individual;
- What Accountability & Governance You Need To Apply
- What Actions you need to take before GDPR becomes law?
- How to position GDPR compliance to your staff and customers
- Comprehension Exam
What do you get?
- 1 days training with a qualified GDPR Practitioner
- GDPR action pack including;EU GDPR A pocket guide
- ICO Overview of GDPR
- ICO 12 Steps to compliance Guidance
- GDPR Process Checklist
- GDPR Process Infographic
- GDPR Introduction slide deck