GDPR Compliance in the U.S.: What to Know
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If you process the personal data of EU residents, GDPR Article 27 requires in-scope companies to maintain a physical presence in the EU. Don’t worry; that doesn’t mean you need to establish a new EU office. Osano can serve as your dedicated GDPR representative.
Keeping a physical representative in the EU might seem like a technicality, but data protection authorities don’t think so. Article 27 requires you to maintain a GDPR representative who can be contacted by authorities and data subjects regarding any and all data processing issues. Fortunately, Osano's subsidiary, Osano Compliance Services International, is based in Dublin—we’re happy to serve as your representative and field any data processing queries for you.
Once you’ve updated your GDPR statement to indicate Osano as your local representative, we’ll do the rest. Our team of privacy experts and attorneys are at your service to help with all EU-related issues. We’ll instantly alert you of any new data requests, updates from EU authorities, or data protection communications.
If your website uses any analytics, has log files, or stores the IP address for even one single European visitor, you're required to abide by the GDPR—including Article 27. EU authorities have demonstrated that they’re willing to fine even the smallest organizations subject to the GDPR. Don’t let the lack of a local representative be the reason your organization gets penalized for noncompliance.
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