Safeguard your users, as well as, your business by complying to the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR). The first step to this is clearly a PECR audit. Get Started in a simple and effective way.

Flawless PECR audit

The Seers PECR audit enables you to understand what the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR) entail. It develops a blueprint of what needs to be done to match your business’s privacy standards to the international best practices and PECR compliance levels. 

Why does my website need a PECR audit?

Your website is your asset. And you should want to protect it from any foreseeable issue Non-compliance to the PECR law leads to fines and penalties. You can address the regulations and your strategy through a meaningful audit. Begin the protection of your business now! 


Protect my business

The benefits of a PECR audit with Seers:


  • See what the PECR entails
  • Understand what is required of your specific business or institution 
  • Create a roadmap to complete compliance 
  • Investigate the weak areas of your privacy policy
  • Match the PECR benchmarks

Who needs to meet PECR?

Email marketers

Unsolicited emails can do much more harm to your business than damage your IP Address. You need to look into the legal and ethical boundaries as outlined by the PECR. The audit can help you meet these Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR).

Telephone cold callers

Calling random people to promote your business? Nothing is wrong with it until your performance and activity match the quality defined by the PECR. Try to live upto the best practices starting with the audit. 

SMS marketers

SMS marketing, fax and using other modes of communication to engage the new or existing customer is great. But, if you are using these tools in any way or form, you should be sure to make it work for you through the PECR quality assurance. This is essential to protect your business and institution in a seamless way. 

Bad cookies are putting business at risk

Not declaring the cookie usage, purpose and the process can put your business at risk. While the laws vary as per the region of the world your business operates in, you must protect it in all ways possible. PECR audit can help you determine your way forward. Start before your business is compromised. Ensure that you protect the vulnerable areas of your business. 

Begin the conversion, please.
Pros:Cons:
Understand your obligations Needs your vigilance as well
Compare obligations with performance in the status quo Requires you to decide what to do next
Makes meeting your legal obligation easier
Helps in addressing policy needs

Conclusion

Leaving your PECR Audit to us means automating your compliance. Once you take the PECR Audit, you make your journey ahead quite easy. The Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations Audit highlights the weaknesses and strengths of your organisation. You can then navigate through these and automate your work with greater ease using our useful AI-aided tool kit.

FAQ’s

What is the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR)?

The Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR) are legislative and ethical rules that apply to marketers and businesses among other institutions. These regulations limit the scope of marketing by outlining regulations and benchmarks. This is an ePrivacy directive designed to uphold the right to privacy of individuals in the cyber world.

What does PECR stand for?

The PECR stands for Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations. This is a policy directive that limits the marketing and information extraction abilities of institutions under the law. These apply to many regions of the world

Does PECR apply to B2B?

Yes, the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR) apply to all kinds of institutions except those that uphold national security and facets of the state. However, within B2B operations, the clause of ‘legitimate interest’ of the company can be argued to withstand the PECR. 

What are the GDPR principles?

According to most legislative bodies, the GDPR principles are a set of seven embodiments of ideas. These include lawfulness, fairness, transparency, purpose limitation, data minimisation, maintaining an ethical distance and the right to refuse

Is soft opt allowed under GDPR?

Soft opt or single opt-in such as simply making a purchase or ticking a subscription box does not entail a GDPR match. A second and better-informed opt-in is essential to qualify as a match for the GDPR principles.