GMS Technology (UK) Ltd.

{GMS Technology (UK) Ltd.}{11 George Street West, England}{Luton}{LU1 2BJ}{Luton}{United Kingdom}{(1582) 80-7717}
11 George Street West, England LU1 2BJ Luton, Luton
Phone: (1582) 80-7717

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

With the official enforcement of GDPR ('General Data Protection Regulation') - the new data privacy law by the European Union effective from 25th of May 2018, the biggest question is:- "Does my website comply with GDPR Compliance?

If you or your business is dealing in anyway with EU/UK customers then your website needs to be GDPR compliant to avoid paying hefty fines. It doesn’t matter whether you are residing in EU region or not, you are still liable.


General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European Union (EU) law taking effect on May 25, 2018. The goal of GDPR is to give EU citizens control over their personal data and change the data privacy approach of organizations across the world.

What is GDPR compliance?

GDPR is a regulation that requires businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within EU member states. You don't have to be an EU member to be under these laws - any business or website collecting data from EU members also fall under the new GDRP laws.

Non-compliance could cost companies dearly.

Data that needs to be protected are:

  • Basic identity information such as name, address and ID numbers
  • Web data such as location, IP address, cookie data and RFID tags
  • Biometric, Genetic, Health and Racial/Ethnic data data
  • Political opinions
  • Sexual orientation

Why should I be worried?

GDPR is not just monitoring or looking at your mail lists. Your website gathers and stores personal data on many levels. Here is list of just SOME ways your website stores personal data.

  • Newsletter and promotion signups on website store personal data
  • Contact forms can store personal data to your WordPress database
  • Websites with Online Stores/Checkout store personal data
  • Google analytics and reporting systems may be running on your site and storing personal data
  • Cookies may be used to store user data


Request Tickets

When we install All-in-One GDPR you will see a request tab in the admin menu. This page will show a list of all recent requests from the privacy center. When you open a request you can delete the user, automatically search for his/her data and make notes about the request.

Cookie Notice

The cookie notice feature allows you to clearly ask for a user's consent to your terms and conditions as soon as they visit your site. By clearly asking for a users permission from the very outset, you can be confident that all of your users have either given explicit consent or have adjusted their privacy settings to their preference. By clearly specifying your terms and allowing users to have full control over their data, your organisation is demonstrating a proactive approach to GDPR.

Remote Scripts

All-in-One GDPR allows your users to disable any remote scripts like Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel and Hot Jar. Simply add the script block in the admin section and users will have the power to enable and disable them while using your site. This is perfect if you want to limit the amount of tracking cookies your site creates.

Privacy Center

The privacy dashboard is a self-service portal for users to submit privacy requests. From this portal your users can request their archive of data, unsubscribe from mailing lists and request to be forgotten. All requests will be displayed in the admin dashboard so your team can action the requests.

Subject Access Request

he Subject access request tool allows your data subjects to request an archive of all of the data you currently possess on that particular individual. WordPress automatically collects user data and some is generated by plugins like WooCommerce. All-in-One GDPR can crawl your local database to help you find this user data like IP addresses, physical addresses, phone numbers and zip codes.

Forget me

The forget me tool will help you erase user data, when a user submits a forget me request the user will be emailed to confirm the request. When the request has been confirmed All-in-One GDPR will find and remove all data relating to that user.

This tool will not arbitrarily delete rows in your database, the plugin will only ever obfuscate specific columns in a given row. This prevents the plugin breaking relationships between rows in your DB.

What's Included?

GDPR Website Audit

Full site audit to determine where user data is stored on your website and if it is outside GDPR guidelines

GDRP Website Report

Generate a report with the findings from the audit, areas that are non-compliant and steps required to make site compliant

Plugin Update

Review current active plugins that may be capturing personal data and cause your site to fall outside of the GDPR requirements.

Update Online Forms

Update all online forms that collect and store user data (eg. contact forms) to meet the new GDPR laws.

Update Mail Campaigns

Update your mail campaigns (Mailchimp, Active Campaign etc.) to ensure all GDPR requirements are met.

Reporting and Analytics

Update any data recording or reporting systems such as Google Analytics

Contact Us

Official Address
GMS Technology (UK) Ltd.
suite 6 Crystal House
New Bedford Road, Luton
Bedfordshire, England, UK LU1 1HS
Phone No UK     :     01582 809 558
    :     01582 451 781
    :     0330 088 0629
Mobile     :     07469 737 784
USA     :     +1 929 274 24 70
Email     :
Skype     :     gms-sales

Business Hours
  • Monday - Friday : 9:30am to 6:30pm
  • Saturday-Sunday : Closed

Call Us Directly

01582 451 781