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Mastering GDPR Macros in Kentico 11

Mastering GDPR Macros in Kentico 11

The EU’s GDPR regulation is approaching fast. As we are in the middle of the race for data protection compliancy, it would be great to get yourself a bit more familiar with all the useful macros in Kentico 11 that can be used to make your quest for becoming GDPR compliant much easier.

By Pavel Jirik in GDPR
·4 min read
Kentico 11 EMS and GDPR – the Science of Compliance

Kentico 11 EMS and GDPR – the Science of Compliance

We have been covering the GDPR topic for quite a while on our blog now. Therefore, it seems like we have reached a perfect moment to stop for a second, and look back at Kentico 11 EMS’s data protection capabilities from a higher perspective. Let’s explore the list of the GDPR features that Kentico 11 EMS has under its hood to make your GDPR compliance easier. Because it is a science!

By Pavel Jirik in GDPR
·8 min read
GDPR: Who’s Responsible for Data in the Client-Agency Relationship?

GDPR: Who’s Responsible for Data in the Client-Agency Relationship?

Welcome to the next part in our series of GDPR posts exploring the practicalities of the new EU regulation in the client-agency relationship. You can view previous posts here.

By Rich Madigan in GDPR
·4 min read
GDPR and Existing Contacts in Email Marketing in Kentico 11

GDPR and Existing Contacts in Email Marketing in Kentico 11

I hope you haven’t gotten many gray hairs while preparing for the upcoming GDPR compliance. You might, however, notice that time is getting distorted a bit. May 25th seems to be approaching us way much faster than in previous years! Einstein was right, there really is time dilation! But let’s get back to email marketing. How are you going to get consent agreements from your current subscribers?

By Pavel Jirik in GDPR
·5 min read
A Poem for Blog Readers Everywhere (AKA Happy New Year)

A Poem for Blog Readers Everywhere (AKA Happy New Year)

We would like to wish all our blog readers a very Happy New Year. So we thought, what better way than taking a lighthearted look at the year ahead. So with our tongue firmly in our cheek, here is a poem for all of you in the wonderful world of digital marketing and web development ☺

By Duncan Hendy in Kentico
·1 min read
GDPR – the Story So Far

GDPR – the Story So Far

We’ve come quite far in our GDPR story since we started our series of blog posts in July. We have addressed quite a few key points that you need to be aware of, as well as looking at how you can start to solve them. So, as the last Tuesday blog post of this year, I thought it would be good to recap on some of those main critical issues again.

By Duncan Hendy in GDPR
·6 min read
Kentico 11 Is Out – The Features You May Have Missed!

Kentico 11 Is Out – The Features You May Have Missed!

Have you heard the news yet? Kentico 11 is out! Hurray! Major improvements like the effective email building, greatly expanded e-commerce capabilities (even its customization is easier than ever before to meet your business needs), or data protection (GDPR) enhancements, are super easy to spot. But what about the ones quietly sitting away from plain sight?

By Pavel Jirik in Kentico
·5 min read
Kentico 11 Is Here!

Kentico 11 Is Here!

We live in the age where the quality of customer experience is what separates winning and losing brands. Customers use multiple channels and touchpoints to engage with their favorite brands, while content plays an essential role in delivering exceptional experiences. And it's not just about the content. Introducing Kentico 11...

By Karol Jarkovsky in Kentico
·8 min read
GDPR – the Right to Portability

GDPR – the Right to Portability

Welcome to next part in my series of GDPR posts exploring the practicalities of GDPR in the client-agency relationship. This time around I’ll be exploring the “right to portability”, specifically what it is and what impact it has on implementation and operations within a project. It is another important part of GDPR that should be aware of.

By Rich Madigan in GDPR
·4 min read
GDPR’s Right to be Forgotten and Data Portability in Kentico 11

GDPR’s Right to be Forgotten and Data Portability in Kentico 11

It’s never easy to let go. But if someone asks you to forget about them, you just need to move on and get over it. That’s exactly the case of GDPR’s right to be forgotten. If any of your website visitors ask you to delete all their personal data, you have to do it. To make it slightly more difficult, there are some situations where you actually need to keep some of the data due to legal reasons.

By Pavel Jirik in GDPR
·4 min read
GDPR: Just Another Regulation, Right?

GDPR: Just Another Regulation, Right?

New regulations and standards don’t faze me. I’ve been developing for nearly 20 years now, and I glided through the “inconveniences” of PCI and HIPAA. Y2K? Ha! While others prepped for a technology apocalypse, I was updating SQL 6.5 databases to four-digit years (occasionally glancing up to check the plane overhead wasn’t plummeting towards earth).

By Bryan Soltis in GDPR
·8 min read
GDPR’s Right to Access in Kentico 11

GDPR’s Right to Access in Kentico 11

If any of your website visitors (or customers) asked you to provide them with all the data you had collected about them so far, what would be your first thought? Would it feel like an easy thing to do, or rather something quite complex, as you would need to gather all the sources and make sure you didn’t miss anything out?

By Pavel Jirik in GDPR
·2 min read
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