Getting secure with a PIA

Having figured out where your data is and how third parties are involved, the next task is to perform a privacy impact assessment (PIA) for your company

3rd September, 2017
Angela Madden, managing director, Rits Information Security

PIAs help identify the risks to the privacy rights of individuals by assessing how their personal data is collected, used and disclosed. If there’s a high risk to the personal data you process, a PIA must be carried out before you start processing personal data. The focus is always on the rights of the data subject, rather than you as the data controller or processor.

Carrying out a PIA is a mandatory requirement...

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