DPIAs & Processing - A Guide to the GDPR Requirements
Article 35 of the GDPR stipulates that where a type of processing uses new technologies and is likely to result in high risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons then the controller shall prior to processing carry out a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) to ensure that those rights and freedoms are not compromised.
The controller is required to seek advice of the Data Protection Officer where one is required to be appointed and, in addition, the EU supervisory authorities are required to produce lists of processing activities which trigger DPIA Requirements.
Article 35 also sets out how the assessment shall be made and Article 36 sets out those occasions where consultation with the relevant supervisory authority is needed in relation to the outcome of the DPIA.
Presented by Robert Bond, this webinar will discuss how to effectively use a DPIA and what the current examples are of technologies and actions that drive the need for one.
What You Will Learn
This webinar will cover the following:
- DPIAs - how to use them effectively to comply with GDPR
- What is a DPIA?
- How and when to use a DPIA?
- Latest guidance from the ICO and EU Regulators