GDPR Representative Service tiers
1 – 10
£750 annually when you buy online
£1,250 annually when you buy offline
11 – 250
£1,250 annually when you buy online
£1,750 annually when you buy offline
251 – 500
£1,750 annually when you buy online
£2,250 annually when you buy offline
501+ employees or
Under the EU GDPR, data controllers and processors outside the EU offering goods or services to, or monitoring the behaviour of, data subjects in the EU need to consider appointing an EU representative. There are limited exceptions to this, depending on the volume and type of data you are processing or whether you are a public body or authority. However, the extent to which exceptions apply has not yet been tested.
The EU GDPR representative acts as a local contact for data subjects and supervisory authorities in relation to all issues arising from the processing of personal data.
Our annual subscription service is delivered by IT Governance Europe, which will serve as your EU representative, in compliance with Article 27 of the EU GDPR. IT Governance Europe is incorporated and based in the Republic of Ireland.
Non-UK-based data controllers need to appoint a UK representative for dealing with UK data subjects from 1 January 2021 when the transition period ended.
The UK representative acts as a local contact for data subjects and the UK’s data protection authority, the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office).
Still not sure if this service is right for you? Read our frequently asked questions or take advantage of our EU and UK GDPR Representative Advice Service.
This service applies to single-entity organisations with between 1 and 500 staff. The service can be delivered to organisations in any sector or industry.
For organisations with more than 500 employees or multiple entities, we can provide a bespoke solution to meet your requirements. Please contact us to discuss your needs.
Please note that this service does not include advice or guidance on Article 30 records of processing activities.
Enjoy the benefits of paying by purchase order with a GRCI Law corporate account. Apply online today or call our service centre team on +44 (0)333 900 5555.
We are a specialist consultancy firm offering a full suite of data protection, privacy, cyber risk and information security legal and compliance solutions and associated non-reserved legal services. Our clients operate globally in a wide range of sectors including health and social care, education, professional services, retail, technology, media and telecoms.
We are market leaders in terms of depth and breadth of experience. Our team of lawyers, DPOs (data protection officers) and cyber incident response experts have decades of experience and sector-specific knowledge between them.
We offer legal risk and compliance consultancy advice that you can trust, but without the burden of administrative duties and expenses that law firms must bear to carry out certain ‘reserved legal activities’, such as litigation, conveyancing and advocacy.
Christina Maclean – Managing Executive
Christina has overall responsibility for the running of GRCI Law. She oversees commercial strategy, client relationship management, product development and new business. She has a track record of driving growth through evidence-based strategy and providing excellent client service. She is a non-practising solicitor with a background in business development, marketing, communications and broadcast media.
Loredana Tassone – Managing Consultant, Head of EU & UK Representative Service
Loredana oversees operations, service delivery, and management and development of the consultant team. She has more than 15 years’ experience in the fields of privacy rights, data protection and cyber security in both the private and public sectors. She is a specialist in international and European law, and a qualified attorney at law in France and Italy. Based in Brussels, she advises GRCI Law clients on a wide range of data privacy issues. She is a certified GDPR consultant, DPO and trainer, and has worked at the European Court of Human Rights, at the Directorate General of Human Rights and Legal Affairs of the Council of Europe, and for international law firms in the EU.
If you have any queries or you’re unsure of how to progress, please get in touch with our team of experts who will be able to assist with your enquiry and provide guidance options.