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EU-GDPR REPRESENTATIVE
SERVICE

Are you doing business in the EU? You might need to appoint a GDPR representative to be compliant!

The EU-GDPR representative is the point of contact for all questions concerning the data protection of EU citizens and the contact for data protection supervisory authorities. If you are a controller or processor not established in the EU and process personal data of individuals in the EU, you should read on.

OUR EU-GDPR REPRESENTATIVE SERVICE

OUR THREE STEP APPROACH TO APPOINTMENT

FILL OUT THE ENQUIRY FORM TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST
WE WILL SEND YOU THE AGREEMENTS TO SIGN & RETURN
YOU RECEIVE A COUNTERSIGNED AGREEMENT
Additionally, you will receive clear instructions on everything you need to do to become compliant.

VIEW OUR BASE PLANS

Monthly Prices for up to 5 Staff starting from* €29 €69 €159
Silver Gold Platinum
Representative covering all EU member states
Certificate of Designation
Dedicated e-mail address for you
Welcome video call (optional)
Assistance with inclusion of the representative in the privacy policy
Template Record of Processing Activities
Unlimited forwarding of e-mail correspondence
Access to expert helpline*
Assistance with responses to authorities*
Data subject request guidance
Unlimited paper mail case forwarding without additional charge
UK Representative service included
Customizable Data Protection Management System
Customizable Employee Data Notice
Data Processing Agreement Template
Privacy Policy Assistance
GDPR training webinar (1 p.a.)

*Pricing depends on company size. Please count all individuals working for your company, including part-timers and freelancers. Charged par year. For monthly invoicing please add 5%. All prices shown exclude VAT. VAT will be added, if applicable. Note that due to the legal requirements, this offering is not for consumers.

For a comprehensive overview of our plans covering organisational size and service, please fill out our enquiry form.

Frequently Asked Questions

A controller or processor based outside the EU requires an EU representative pursuant to Art. 27 GDPR if it does not have an establishment within the EU, but offers goods or services to persons in the EU or monitors the behaviour of individuals in the EU (in particular tracking or profiling).

The GDPR provides for exemptions from the obligation to designate in the case of only occasional processing of less sensitive personal data or if the data processing is carried out by a public body. Unless an exception applies, an EU representative is mandatory by law under Article 27 GDPR.
The appointment of the representative needs to be in writing. Furthermore, the representative has to be identifiable. This means they must be mentioned in the privacy policy or in the information provided to data subjects before each collection of data, see Article 13 GDPR. It is also mandatory that supervisory authorities can easily find out who your representative is, for example by publishing it on your website. Having a representative will not affect your own responsibility or liability under the GDPR.

The representative shall be established in one of the Member States where the data subjects, whose personal data are processed in relation to the offering of goods or services to them, or whose behaviour is monitored, are.

Note there is no need to appoint a representative in all EU Member States where data subjects are based, whose data you are processing. 

If a company or organisation fails to appoint a representative, fines may be imposed. The fine is 2% of the global turnover or €10.000.000, whichever is higher.

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