GDPR DPIA & PIA
TrustArc privacy experts help build and implement DPIAs and PIAs for demonstrated
The GDPR mandates private sector organizations to conduct DPIAs for areas of high risk processing. Completing these assessments requires having in depth knowledge of your company’s privacy program and posture against the requirements, which can be a hard task. Our team of experts can provide the expertise and resources needed.
TrustArc Privacy experts help build and implement GDPR DPIAs / PIAs and produce reports that demonstrate compliance
Our team has the expertise and leverages the TrustArc Platform to complete a DPIA / PIA in a sustainable manner, complete these assessments, complete compliance reporting, and produce customer facing documents illustrating compliance efforts.
DPIA & PIA Consulting Solution Features
The DPIA template covers all compliance requirements outlined in Article 35 and EU Guidelines on DPIAs.
Begin with a simple threshold assessment before proceeding with a full DPIA (if required) – plus the option of accessing an assessment template library for other privacy reviews including PIAs, vendor risk legitimate interests assessment and incident response. Ability to tailor existing assessment templates and create custom templates.
Logic-based question sequence, automated gap review, automated and customizable risk assessment, and detailed remediation guidance and recommendations.
Evaluation of responses to questions assessing planned data processing activity, the risk associated with the activity and the effectiveness of mitigating controls and safeguards implemented will be included in a custom report that can be used to demonstrate Article 35 compliance.
End to End Solution
Manage the entire process – requesting and following up on stakeholder input; analyzing responses; assessing risk and compliance; managing remediation; generating a risk register and compliance reports as well as a DPIA outcomes report.
The DPIA solution was developed and reviewed by a team of globally recognized EU privacy experts from TrustArc and the Information Accountability Foundation (IAF) and has been reviewed with regulators in the EU.