A No-Hassle Way to Satisfy the EU Representative Requirements of Article 27 of the GDPR
The VeraSafe EU Representative Program provides a simple, professional, cost-effective way of satisfying the requirements of Article 27 of the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union (GDPR).
The GDPR requires many organizations that are regulated by the GDPR but that have no physical presence in the EU to establish an official representative located in the EU for the purpose of responding to the inquiries of European regulatory agencies.
By appointing VeraSafe’s European subsidiary as your company’s official EU representative for data protection, you can rest assured that your organization has taken a substantial step toward GDPR compliance while also being prepared to respond in a reliable, professional manner to any European privacy inquiries that may arise.
Key Benefits of VeraSafe’s EU Representative Program
GDPR Compliance Solution
Comply with Article 27 requirements without establishing a physical presence in Europe
Administered by Professionals
Program is administered by attorneys and privacy professionals.
Initial enrollment fees are fixed and competitive
Part of VeraSafe’s Growing Suite of Privacy Solutions
The VeraSafe EU Representative Program is available as a standalone program or part of a larger privacy consulting package. Need help with the EU-U.S. or Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield? Click here.
How to Join
Click “Enroll Now” and submit the required information.
VeraSafe will send your enrollment paperwork via email.
We’ll get in touch with you to give you further information and introduce you to the program.
VeraSafe will represent your organization’s data protection interests in the EU
VeraSafe EU Representative Program Pricing
|Total Sales*||Annual Fee|
|$0 – $24 million||$750.00|
|$25 – $49 million||$2,000.00|
|$50 – $99 million||$3,000.00|
|$100 – $499 million||$4,000.00|
|$500 million and over||Contact Us for Custom Quote|
|*Note: Fees are based on gross global revenue, and generally provider coverage for a single covered entity.
Additional covered entities may be included at no additional fee in limited circumstances.