Changes to UK and EU data protection laws are coming into effect on 25th May 2018, known as the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Moodle HQ have a set of features which will assist in meeting compliance needs for your Moodle site.

However, whilst downloading and implementing these latest features will help with specific aspects of the new regulations, it is also recommended to consider your current system(s) and review what data is being collected and who has access to it.

We've put together an essential guide to address these additional key areas that must be considered when reviewing your Moodle site.

Guide contents:
  • Best practice advice from our experts on how to ensure that only the correct users have access to other users data;
  • Security checklist which gives vital information on the security settings that must be considered to fine-tune the level of security in your organisation.
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