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Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA), Security Risk Assessment & Data Protection by Design: Assessing and Designing Compliant Data Processing

Data protection
 Registration Closed
Date: Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Venue: Campus Brussels  |  City: Bruxelles, Belgium

This course provides practical methodologies and tools to conduct a DPIA, to determine the appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure a level of security appropriate to the risk. Moreover, it focuses on the key principle of data protection-by-design/by default and its practical application to processing activities and technologies in an organization. The following questions are addressed:

  • What is the practical meaning of data security key concepts: confidentiality, integrity, availability?
  • What are personal data, pseudonymized data, and anonymized data?
  • What does personal data processing exactly means? How is data subject exactly defined?
  • Which are effective techniques to anonymize personal data? 
  • How to determine the appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure a level of security appropriate to the risk?
  • Actors, roles and responsibilities of the parties involved in the relevant data processing activities: who is involved and who is responsible for what?
  • Which are the available information security risk management international standards (e.g., ISO 27005) for the performance of a correct risk analysis?
  • What is a DPIA?
  • Actors, roles and responsibilities: who is involved and who is responsible for completing a DPIA?
  • When should you conduct DPIA?
  • How to conduct a DPIA?
  • How to assess risks? How to quantify them and determining whether the risks are acceptable?
  • What appropriate remedial measures could be adopted to eliminate or mitigate the risks?
  • What DPIA records should be kept and in which format?
  • How to select/develop an effective DPIA procedure (templates, checklists etc.) for your organization?
  • Which are the core elements of the data protection-by-design/by default principle?
  • How to place data protection-by-design/by default in a legal and technical context (matching legal standards and technical requirements to gauge data protection-by-design/by default requirements, specifications, implementation, testing, deployment and maintenance)?
  • How to include data protection-by-design/by default in development cycles and how to embed it in the broader Data Protection Management Programme of your organisation?
  • The basics of data protection engineering and data protection-by-design/by default – or: how to communicate with IT on data protection?
  • What is the role of the Data Protection Officer in the evaluation of the security risks in an organisation, performance of a DPIA, and in the design of data processing activities in compliance with the GDPR?

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