GemTALK #2 – How to achieve Privacy by Design and Conduct DPIAs
Published On: 7th March 2019
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Over the last few months, the GDPR’s focus on Privacy by Design has encouraged the development of various proactive measures – including designing operations to minimise the use of personal data, building-in consent mechanisms into online services, and facilitating user-centric applications and interfaces.
As requested from our first webinar, the second in our series, looked at the information security landscape, focusing on “How to achieve Privacy by Design and conduct Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs)”.
We hope this webinar unpacked how risk-based methods for Privacy by Design can be deployed, and provided you with a deeper understanding of the following topics:
Privacy by Design
Introduction to Privacy by Design
Principles for Privacy by Design
Privacy by Design Process
Examples: Data minimisation
Examples: Security by Design
Background to the DPIA process
Examples of DPIA assessments
Procedures for ongoing monitoring
We found the webinar was a good way of connecting with you all and we hope that you found the event engaging and informative.
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