PIA vs a DPIA
A DPIA is a Data Protection Impact Assessment and it can help organisations to remain compliant with GDPR and data protection laws. This kind of process is designed to help an organisation analyse any potential risks in relation to data protection.
With GDPR now in place, this has never been more important. Showing that you are accountable for data protection in your organisation falls under article 29 of GDPR.
A PIA is slightly different from a DPIA as it focuses on how data is collected. PIA stands for Privacy Impact Assessment and it allows an organisation to analyse how they collect, use and share information that is personally identifiable.
Keeping You Compliant
When you compare a DPIA to a PIA, you’ll find that a PIA needs to be done anytime something changes whereas a DPIA focuses on an on-going process.
At GDPR24, we offer both PIA and DPIA services to make this entire process easier for you. By outsourcing this service, you can ensure that you are analysing any collection of data and reducing the potential risks involved.
GDPR should be one of your top priorities and our PIA and DPIA services will help you to remain compliant. Get in touch today to find out how we can help.
Key Benefits of PIA and DPIA
PIA and DPIA FAQs
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Performing a GDPR DPIA is a complex process that requires time and expertise. If you do not have a dedicated Data Protection Officer this can have a significant impact on operational resources.
There are some key elements of the process which include identifying the need for the DPIA, describing the processing, assessing the necessity and identifying risks. You will also want to identify any measures that will help to mitigate the risks. Outsourcing this could be a cost-effective and efficient method for completing the DPIA.
Our GDPR24 outsourced DPO service has successfully negotiated many clients, like yourself, through these assessments. Get in touch with us today to find out how we can help. [Call to action button]