No matter what line of business you’re in, your website may be a target for a number of compliance areas. From cookie notices to data protection to accessibility for disabled individuals, you need to be prepared for current and future regulations that can have a major impact on your bottom line. Failure to meet the required compliance standards can result in expensive lawsuits, lack of consumer trust, and lost business. Contact us today to learn which regulations impact your website.
Protect your business and your customers
Having an accessible website isn’t just the law. It’s a good business practice. With over 57 million disabled Americans, your customer base has a diverse set of needs. Make sure every user can become your customer by making your website WCAG compliant.
The California Consumer Privacy Act puts new requirements on every website operating in the U.S. Whether you’re a national e-commerce site or a local business, CCPA will impact you. Start planning now so this new law doesn’t catch you off guard.
Although GDPR is an EU law, it affects businesses all over the world. If you do any business in the EU, complying with GDPR is an absolute must. But even if you have just one single visitor from the EU (which we guarantee you do), then GDPR compliance should be on your radar.
If you’re in a health-related field, your website must meet HIPAA compliance standards. That means any information you collect through contact forms, analytics, or other means has to follow the strict data privacy and security provisions required for safeguarding medical information. We can help health care operations and medical practitioners with HIPAA compliant web solutions.
Most websites requires a certain level of compliance, but understanding which regulations impact your business can be a challenge. Let our team and compliance partners help you understand and implement the right solutions today.