GDPR - data protection impact assessment (DPIA) guidance
Under GDPR you will be required to complete a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) when your organisation introduces a new process/way of working which may have an impact upon data protection. This DPIA should help you to consider data protection from the outset and manage risk appropriately. The document contains guidance about the rationale and process for a DPIA.
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