Here you can find the official content of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation) in the current version. All Articles of the GDPR are linked with suitable recitals.
Conducting and maintaining compliant DPIA (Data Protection Impact Assessment) and LIA (Legitimate Interest Assessment) can be challenging since it is a resource-intensive process that requires continuous and significant input from various stakeholders, including legal, compliance, and IT teams, particularly when there is a lack of automation.
Scaling up in large organizations with numerous data processing activities requires multiple assessments, further adding to the time and resource burden. In addition, without automation, it can be challenging to keep up with frequent and complex regulatory changes, making it difficult to maintain an accurate and up-to-date assessment, particularly for companies that operate in multiple jurisdictions.
With the Assessment Automation module, companies can simplify and standardize their assessment process, collect information from stakeholders easily, and automate the data collection and validation processes related to these assessments.
The Assessment Automation module provides templates for DPIA and LIA assessments, ensuring compliance with the latest data protection regulations while saving time and resources. Companies can easily identify potential privacy risks and implement measures to address them, giving them greater control and transparency over their data processing activities. This automation module can simplify data privacy management, making it easier and more efficient for companies to conduct and maintain compliant DPIA and LIA assessments, reducing the risk of non-compliance, legal consequences, and financial loss.
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