Starting in May 25, 2018, the new legislative requirements regulate how the users’ information should be collected, stored and processed in order to comply with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation document.
A bit of fresh statistics shows the next results.
This new regulation affects most of the businesses that are tightly connected to the web. Hence, the vast majority of e-commerce stores serving customers from the European Union are obliged to follow the new rules to avoid penalties and other claims from the legislative.
As for now, many online stores utilize one of the well-known e-commerce platforms equipped with dozens of additional extensions or plugins to get more functionality. That’s why we at Amasty did a great job to make sure that all our customers will receive updates to their Magento extensions in order to comply with the EU’s GDPR requirements.
This article will give you a sneak-peak of our latest GDPR-related activities, so you can stay calm about personal data processing in your store.
Plugins to assist you with GDPR requirements
#1. GDPR & GDPR for Magento 2
And we will begin right from the specially designed extensions called GDPR. Both modules provide customers with mostly the same functionality depending on the version of the Magento Commerce platform. This includes:
- enhance customers’ accounts with the ability to download all data, anonymize it or request to delete the profile.
In other words, these GDPR extensions for Magento 1 and Magento 2 can become a universal solution for most of the businesses operating within the European Union.
Next, let us introduce other well-known Amasty extensions for Magento that received GDPR-related updates.
This is how store owners can comply with the new legislation requirements for the EU’s countries using Amasty products. From the brand new all-in-one solutions like Magento 2 GDPR to direct module updates — now, you are prepared for the General Data Protection Regulation.
More valuable updates are still to come, stay tuned!