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Privacy Impact Assessment Training

A Privacy Impact Assessment is a review of the potential privacy implications of a project, initiative, joint venture, development, office move, installation or upgrade of CCTV etc.  PIAs are mandatory for central government departments and recommended for all other public and private organisations.  Changes under GDPR make Data Protection Impact Assessments ("DPIAs") mandatory for all organisations. 

Objectives of a Privacy (or Data Protection) Impact Assessment 

  • To identify potential privacy and data protection implications in a project, initiative or development
  • To provide guidance on how to address potential privacy and data protection issues
  • To provide a tool to assist in final compliance sign-off
  • To document how issues were identified, what issues were identified and what actions were recommended

Who should attend? 

PIA training is useful for anyone whose work includes new projects and developments.  A Privacy Impact Assessment is a review of the potential privacy implications of a project, initiative, joint venture, development, office move, installation or upgrade of CCTV etc.  An office move might involve Office Management staff, an IT development will involve IT.  If there is a projects team then all members of that team should be invited to participate. 

 

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