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Data protection impact assessments: template and checklist

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Last updated on 29 June 2018
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As the DPO, you must be consulted when staff are carrying out a data protection impact assessment (DPIA). Get clarity on your role in the process, and share our checklist and template to help your colleagues identify when a DPIA is needed and cover everything they're required to.

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Contents

  1. 1 What is a DPIA?
  2. 2 Decide whether a processing activity requires a DPIA
  3. 3 Choose the methodology
  4. 4 Monitor the progress of the DPIA
  5. 5 Decide whether the data processing activity can go ahead
  6. 6 Consult the ICO if necessary
  7. 7 Monitor the implementation of the processing activity

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