Data Protection Impact Assessments Training
When processing is likely to result in a high risk to an individual’s rights and freedoms, a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) is required by the General Data Protection Regulation.
At the end of this course, the DPO should understand how a DPIA should be conducted, what it should include, and how it should be administered.
- What exactly is a DPIA?
- When is it likely that a processing activity will put people's rights and freedoms at risk?
- When should a DPIA be conducted?
- What information should be included in a DPIA?
- The first assessment is one of the steps of a DPIA.
- The roles and duties involved in completing a DPIA.
- What role does a DPIA play in the project lifecycle?
- Information Systems (IS) departments,
- Legal departments,
- Project managers,
- Human resources departments,
- Accounting managers,
- Marketing departments.
Beginner Level: No special knowledge.
The trainer evaluates the participant’s pedagogical progress throughout the training by employing MCQs, scenarios, and practical work.
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