July 25, 2016
Continuing to expand throughout the European Union in response to growing demand
Toronto, ON, Canada – Nymity, the leading global research company specializing in accountability, risk, and compliance solutions for the privacy office, is excited to announce that it will be opening a new global location in The Hague, the Netherlands.
The company’s further expansion into Europe is a direct response to Nymity’s growing customer base in the EU and the continued demand for innovative solutions to help companies comply with evolving privacy and data protection laws worldwide.
As a leader in the European market, Nymity provides software solutions to organisations to prepare and implement operational changes in the EU to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR); which will take effect on May 25th, 2018.
After establishing our presence in Europe with our London location, we continue to expand in The Hague in order to support the implementation of the GDPR. Nymity hopes to be at the forefront and centre in order to help the privacy community with our knowledge and privacy management solutions, enabling organisations to be accountable and compliant”, commented President and Founder of Nymity, Terry McQuay.
Since Nymity’s inception in 2002 the company has expanded globally and has locations in Toronto, Canada; Colorado, United States; Bogotá, Colombia; London, the UK; and The Hague, the Netherlands, in an effort to support local and global privacy communities.
Nymity has also announced that Paul Breitbarth, Nymity’s new Director of EU-US Data Protection Projects and Senior Solutions Advisor, will be located at their new location in The Hague. In addition to working with Nymity’s clients and prospects throughout the EU, Paul will be involved with various research projects related to the GDPR. Before joining Nymity, Paul served as Senior International Officer at the Dutch Data Protection Authority, where he was involved in a large number of international data protection related projects, including the EU Data Protection Reform and the EU-US Privacy Shield.
I am very excited to have joined Nymity and to continue to expand our European presence from The Hague. I am also looking forward to helping organisations understand what is needed in order to demonstrate and comply with the GDPR, from the perspective of the supervisory authority”, said Nymity’s Director of EU-US Data Protection Projects and Senior Solutions, Paul Breitbarth.
Nymity continues to respond to market demands, whether it is to support regions undergoing significant regulatory demands, responding to research needs in various topics pertaining to data protection, or developing solutions that support the privacy office in dealing with newer challenges with minimal resources.
For more information on how Nymity can help your organisation comply with the GDPR please click here.
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