Privacy impact assessments are at the heart of a Privacy by Design approach, helping to identify and rectify issues as early in a project as possible. The GDPR made PIAs mandatory for large-scale projects, but regulatory bodies including the ICO recommend them as good practice at all levels. Of course, PIAs are only useful if they are done well, assessing the right criteria and asking the right questions is essential – but what makes an effective PIA?
- An overview of how PIAs fit into the Privacy by Design philosophy
- Gain insight into what an effective PIA looks like
- Take away practical knowledge of how processes should be structured around these assessments