Data Protection Impact AssessmentsPosted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 3 May 2019
Should employers conduct a DPIA if there is merely the potential for the processing of personal data and processing is ancillary to the main activity?
Scott: We'll maybe skip on the question there, Hannah, because we have a question in about DPIA, Data Protection Impact Assessments, and it kind of ties into that question from the listener just now about assessing processes and risk and so on. So the question here is, "Should you still conduct DPIA if there is merely the potential for the processing of personal data and processing is ancillary to the main activity?"
Hannah: So your data protection impact assessment is a new obligation under GDPR. And it's basically a requirement, you carry
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