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Data Protection risk Assessment templates

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Privacy impact assessments (PIAs) are a tool that you can use to identify and reduce the privacy risks of your projects. A PIA can reduce the risks of harm to individuals through the misuse of their personal information. It can also help you to design more efficient and effective processes for handling personal data.

You can integrate the core principles of the PIA process with your existing project and risk management policies. This will reduce the resources necessary to conduct the assessment and spreads awareness of privacy throughout your organisation.

The code contains annexes which can be used as the basis for your PIA. These include questions to guide the process and templates for recording the assessment. You do not have to use these if you would prefer to follow your own process, but the annexes are included here in an editable format.

As part of our work in this area, we commissioned a report into the use of PIAs and the potential for further integration with project and risk management. The report was drafted by Trilateral Research and Consulting. You can access the report and an executive summary here.

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