Ostendo Launches its U.S. Office in California

Ostendo Launches its U.S. Office in California

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Starting from October 2018, after successfully participating on number of demanding risk and compliance management projects for leading US companies as subcontractor, Ostendo Consulting is launching its own US operations in California.

“Our US office will focus on helping clients deal with personal data protection and related regulation, with special focus on GDPR. Unique combination of local US presence and EU experience makes Ostendo Consulting an ideal consultancy partner for US companies offering their services in the Europen Union", said Director of Ostendo Consulting, Biljana Cerin.

"While providing risk management advisory services to Amgen, Stanford University, MGM resocrcording to CEO Cets and other leading US companies our consultants got the opportunity to deeply understand specifics of the US information security and privacy related regulation. Experience from more than 30 GDPR projects in the EU and around the globe helped us understand how to efficiently manage personal data protection in complex business environments exposed to multiple regulation requirements. Starting now, this experience is available to our US clients,” according to Cerin.

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