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Where to start with your Data Protection Impact Assessment

Date

Friday, July 19, 2019

Time

12:00 PM Europe/London

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Agenda

A data protection impact assessment (DPIA) is, in our opinion an essential risk assessment tool.  Did you know that you must do a DPIA for processing that is likely to result in a high risk to individuals. This includes some specified types of processing.

Are you looking to implement a new payroll/HR/accounting/healthcare system for example.  Have you consider the data protection risks?  

Are you uncertain as to how you would completed a DPIA?

Join Kellie and Regina, co-founders of Databasix where they will provide you with a practical overview on DPIAs, in particular:

  • are they applicable to your project
  • where to start with the DPIA
  • how to complete it
  • what to do with the risks identified from the DPIA
The webinar will last for 45 minutes, allowing for 15 minutes of any questions that you may have.  If you are unable to attend the webinar will be recorded and made available on our website https://dbxuk.com.
Presenter

Miss Kellie Peters

I am the co-founder of Databasix UK and I am incredibly passionate about data protection and how it apply in practice to SME's. Prior to setting up the business in 2013, I spent 14 years working in the public sector the NHS and Public Health England in a number of data management roles.

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