Texas Compliance, LLC offers industry leading GDPR compliance, certification, and consulting services for businesses in Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and all throughout Texas.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a big moment in the world of regulatory compliance, especially for U.S. businesses that have a credible nexus to personal data for an EU-citizens. While numerous laws and legislative rulings of the past have placed heavy financial and operational burdens on businesses in the U.S. – such as HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, PCI DSS, and others – GDPR now becomes yet another formidable regulation in what’s becoming an increasingly long-line of North American and European Union (EU) compliance rulings. GDPR compliance for U.S. companies is here – and the deadline for compliance has come and gone – so it's time to get serious about data privacy and security – and Texas Compliance, LLC can assist.
As a U.S. business, if you store, process and/or transmit personal data for data subjects that reside in the European Union (EU), then becoming GDPR compliant is a must, no question about it.
Businesses of all types, industries, and sizes throughout the globe – and especially in the United States. – are operating and functioning across borders, providing critical services and solutions to various countries. With globalization increasing, the demand for ensuring the safety and security of consumer data – and other supporting information – has now become a primary concern for all, and understandably so.
Services offered for GDPR for U.S. companies include the following:
- GDPR Scoping & Readiness Assessments
- GDPR Policy Writing
- GDPR Independent Third-Party Audits and Assessments
- GDPR Continuous Monitoring for Compliance
- GDPR DPO Outsourcing Services
Texas’ Leading GDPR Compliance Auditors and Compliance Consultants
Texas Compliance, LLC’s expert GDPR team of talented, well-skilled compliance auditors and consultants are ready to assist Texas clients today. Texas Compliance, LLC has years of experience working with the EU frameworks and regulations and can help implement all required controls into one's operational environment along with developing policy and procedure documentation as necessary for GDPR compliance.