Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) as a service
It is a legal requirement to carry out a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) in several circumstances.
Undertaking a data protection impact assessment requires objectivity and a detachment from the data processing, and it often requires a dogmatic persistence to get to the bottom of things both with colleagues and external suppliers or partners.
Outsourcing DPIAs makes sense for most companies. Engaging experienced data privacy professionals to ask the tough questions and objectively review and present the risks can mean your internal resources are used elsewhere. Our data protection & privacy consultants are experienced in reviewing data processing operations. They know the questions to ask and they know when they are not getting the answers they need to identify the risks. Our DPIA risk assessment experts will engage with your staff, suppliers and customer groups holding meetings, conference calls and reviewing technical documentation to ensure a thorough understanding is held of all aspects of the project, its proposed data processing activities, and compliance risks.
We are specialists in Data Protection and Information Security. We operate across various business sectors in several countries and have a track record of providing invaluable expert advice, guidance and action. Our team of data protection impact assessment consultants have decades of practical experience and a thorough understanding of what compliance looks like. As our practice spans data protection and information rights law as well as cybersecurity, we are qualified to advise on a broad range of matters. Our people are respected and established leaders in their field of expertise.
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