A ChurchDesk Guide: What does the GDPR mean for your church?

If your organisation handles the personal data of citizens, 25 May 2018 is a date that needs to be emblazoned on your mind. New regulation governing data protection comes into force putting far greater requirements on churches to manage, protect and dispose of citizens’ personal data in an appropriate manner. Here’s how the rules will affect your church. And how you can face the new regulations properly by using ChurchDesk.

Our GDPR roadmap at ChurchDesk

Between now and 25th May 2018 - and beyond - we are fully focused on enhancing ChurchDesk to enable easier compliance for churches. With this article we want to highlight the initiatives that ChurchDesk is taking to help you become GDPR compliant.

A ChurchDesk Guide: A practical guide to GDPR in your church and parish

ChurchDesk helps you get ready to GDPR before 25 May 2018. This comprehensive and practical guide includes an introduction to GDPR for churches and advice on how to become compliant.

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The church management provider, ChurchDesk today announces a partnership with The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Berlin. The Berlin-based company will ...

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