CIVIC joins the Privacy Stack

We're delighted to welcome CIVIC, and Cookie Control, into the Privacy Stack!

Cookie tools are notoriously tricky to get right, both from an implementation viewpoint and the website visitor’s viewpoint. They’re the first thing people see when they visit your site and they’re meant to be very transparent and simple, yet still convey lots of information. Many solutions are confusing for the very people they’re meant to enable.

So we’re delighted to announce that CIVIC, and Cookie Control, have joined the Privacy Stack!

Cookie Control is trusted by thousands of organisations including the UK ICO, the CPS and NHS Scotland, and is seen by millions each day.  Universally recognised as a leading example of product design enabling a clear and transparent user experience, Cookie Control has been so well adopted because it makes things simple and transparent for the web visitor, something that resonates with us here at Keepabl!

Robert Baugh, Keepabl’s Founder & CEO, says, ‘We’ve had a great relationship with CIVIC for some time now, they’re committed Privacy geeks too, so it’s wonderful to welcome them into the Privacy Stack.  CIVIC’s Cookie Control is exactly the sort of solution we look for in the Privacy Stack – helping organisations to comply with a powerful tool that results in a very straightforward, and great-looking, experience for the website visitor that gets the job done.

Ian Burgess, CIVIC’s Director, adds, ‘We know the Keepabl team values usability and delivering value for their customers as much as we do at CIVIC, so we’re excited to become a Privacy Stack Partner.  We’re looking forward to building on our relationship to deliver even more value to our respective customers.

About CIVIC’s Cookie Control

The original, universal solution for cookie compliance, with an elegant user-interface that doesn’t hurt the look and feel of your site, Cookie Control is a mechanism for controlling user consent and the use of cookies.  Trusted by thousands of organisations, and seen by millions of users each day; the solution presents users with clear information on how their behaviour is to be tracked, and offers simple, intuitive controls for explicitly granting, and revoking consent.

Easy to implement and customise, Cookie Control is available as a standalone JavaScript Module, with no third party dependencies.  It’s been developed in close collaboration with their clients and all its features are well-tested and used in real-world applications.  Cookie Control is also available as a module for Drupal, Joomla and WordPress CMS.

To learn more please visit Cookie Control or contact CIVIC at info@civicuk.com.

About Privacy Kitchen

Here at Keepabl, we often say that the Privacy sector, kickstarted into life by GDPR in 2018, is 30 years behind Security as a practice and industry.  Compared to Security, with well-established roles and remits within an organisation and well-established categories of vendors and advisors, organisations are still trying to determine what help and resources they need to build out and maintain their Privacy compliance.  Many are still looking for a kettle … that’s a fridge .. that’s a toaster … that’s an oven!

That’s why we at Keepabl created the Privacy Stack!  It’s a really helpful methodology for organisations to identify the services and solutions they need to consider for their Privacy compliance.  And it’s a great way for us to identify leading solutions that address compliance in a simple, user-focused way.

Find out how Keepabl makes your Privacy compliance super simple by booking your demo now!


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