What does UK GDPR mean
Post Brexit, a new data privacy law called the UK GDPR took effect on 1/31/2020 alongside the Data Protection Act of 2018 and PECR – which governs all processing of personal data from individuals located inside the United Kingdom.
The UK-GDPR is almost word for word completely identical to the EU’s GDPR: it requires your website to obtain the explicit consent from users before processing their personal data via cookies and third-party trackers; it requires you to safely store and document each valid consent; it requires your website to enable users to change their consent just as easily as they gave it; and it gives a set of rights to UK users, chief among them the right to delete and the right to have corrected already collected personal data.
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What is SSL
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) was the most widely deployed cryptographic protocol to provide security over internet communications before it was succeeded by TLS(Transport Layer Security) in 1999. Despite the deprecation of the SSL protocol and the adoption of TLS in its place, most people still refer to this type of technology as ‘SSL’.
SSL provides a secure channel between two machines or devices operating over the internet or an internal network. One common example is when SSL is used to secure communication between a web browser and a web server. This turns a website’s address from HTTP to HTTPS, the ‘S’ standing for ‘secure’.
Our Domain bridgnorth-info.co.uk has implemented the Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) which is a suite of Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) specifications for securing certain kinds of information provided by the Domain Name System (DNS) as used on Internet Protocol (IP) networks.