The next 25 May, a new European regulation on protection of personal data, comes into force and applies to all European companies that collect and process this type of data. As the owner of a website, you are probably one of the companies affected by this important development in European legislation.

As such, the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will involve implementing a certain number of elements on your site and the database attached to it. It will indeed be necessary that all the provisions of the GDPR be implemented on May 25, the date of entry into force of the regulation.


To support the entry into force of the GDPR, the CNIL and numerous data protection bodies have set up charters of good conduct to help organizations understand and apply the GDPR. Indeed, this regulation is complex and covers several different aspects, of which the three main are:

  1. Strengthen the rights and knowledge of European citizens about their personal data
  2. Empower companies and organizations that collect and process this data
  3. Harmonize rules at European level and put all companies on an equal footing with regard to obligations concerning personal data.

Thus, the GDPR reaffirms and supplements the rights of individuals over their data, in particular the access, rectification, opposition and erasure of all data concerning them. This implies technical changes for the companies that have collected this data from these individuals.


A complete audit of the site and the treatments associated with it to define to what extent it is impacted by the GDPR directives


Deployment of the actions described on your site, starting with implementing all the new legal provisions which must appear on the site


Drafting of an exhaustive list of what we have done to comply with the new provisions provided for by the GDPR.