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    PIA’s have never been hotter!

    The UK ICO has published a Code of Practice on conducting PIAs.

    This code includes guidance on how to engage stakeholders for a successful PIA and guidance on when and how these should be employed. The commissioner notes “Whilst a PIA is not a legal requirement the ICO may often ask an organisation whether they have carried out a PIA. It is often the most effective way to demonstrate to the ICO how personal data processing complies with the DPA.”

    Personally I don’t think this is any accident when you look at the new EU regulation and it’s focus on organizations being able to demonstrate compliance and to approach privacy issues on a risk basis. PIAs are definitely here to stay!

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