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DPIA Basic Principles in GDPR


Protect your Organisation &
Minimise high risk projects
by conducting a DPIA Today

It is essential to conduct a Data Protection Impact
Assessment (DPIA) for a high-risk project to ensure
compliance under Article 35 of GDPR for an
organisation and its users

Launching a new project or involved in
high risk data processing activity?

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Are you launching a new project that involves processing of?

  • Personal Information
  • Geolocation
  • IP Identification
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Does your data processing activity involve any of the following?

  • Automated decision-making
  • Sensitive data
  • Vulnerable data subjects
  • Technology
  • International transfers
Are you utilising data assets that could be at risk of?

  • Illegitimate access
  • Unwanted change
  • Disappearance of personal data

Evaluate and Address your Data Privacy Risks

Identify and establish the data processing context of your processing activity including
purpose & technical features. Analyze the risks in terms of severity, likelihood, potential
impact on data subjects, data processed, risk sources and supporting assets

DPIA Key Benefits

Highlight the risks in
new projects

Enable yourself to take
action to mitigate the risks

Simplify and streamline the
data processing activity

Ensure compliance with
GDPR and prove adherence

Understand the weaknesses,
risks and where you need
to take action

Produce a comprehensive
record of the data protection
impact assessment (DPIA)

Successfully Minimise
your Risks!


Become Compliant and
Minimise your Project Risks to

Ensure compliance with GDPR and
prove adherence to the Data
Protection Impact Assessment

Mitigate Risks to Avoid
Painful Issues in the Future

Highlight the risks in new projects
and empower yourself to take
action to mitigate project risks.

Prove Compliance
to the Regulator

A good DPIA helps you to evidence

  • You have considered the risks related to your intended processing
  • You have met your broader data protection obligations

Minimise your Risk and
become GDPR Compliant!