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DPIA: evaluation of possible risks

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DPIA: evaluation of possible risks

The DPIA: the evaluation of possible risks. Most often during the workshops risks come with the assumptions that smth might happen. If we take into account all the assumptions there will be no end to possible risks. Is there a good approach on how to define the risks? What questions can one ask ? And how do you justify that this risk is MEDIUM, HIGH, LOW?
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Andrei Hanganu Jan 18, 2019

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In DPIAs, you should consider the specific risks to the rights and freedoms of the data subjects. These risks can be of course ranked from high to low. It is customary for the following to be analyzed: risk of identity theft, risk of financial loss, risk of mental distress, risk of reputation loss.
If you want to find out more about DPIAs, check out our free webinar: Seven steps of Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) according to EU GDPR (https://advisera.com/eugdpracademy/webinar/seven-steps-of-data-protection-impact-assessment-dpia-according-to-eu-gdpr-free-webinar-on-demand/).
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