It’s nearly six weeks since the General Data Protection Regulation came into effect after months of preparation that saw many organisations devote time and resources to ensuring they were compliant by 25 May.
The EU’s GDPR legislation brought in stricter standards for when and how organisations, including charities, can contact people or process and store their data than were required under the Data Protection Act 1998.
To assess how the new regulation has affected the sector and how charities prepared for it, Third Sector has partnered with the consultancy nfpSynergy to create a survey to understand how charities went about being compliant, what the challenges have been and what they think will be the challenges of the GDPR from now on.
The survey, which is open until 23 July, is completely anonymous. The results will be published in free reports by nfpSynergy and in Third Sector.
To take part in the survey, click here.