Factsheet_GDPR. Infografica: Regolamento europeo sulla protezione dei dati personali. INFOGRAPHIC: General Data Protection Regulation. GDPR Inforgraphic by David Borelli. GDPR Compliance Reporting. - GDPR & DPIA Obligations, Sept 1 2016 - privacyblog. Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA): although identified in the past with slightly different names, the need for performing a preventive analysis concerning personal data processing risks to the rights and freedoms of natural persons is already into the spotlight for specific business sectors, at least in the EU.
This is the case of RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification business), for which the WP29 issued several Opinions (Opinion 5/2010 and Opinion 9/2011) and the European Commission issued a specific recommendation (May 2009) on the implementation of privacy and data protection principles in applications supported by radiofrequency identification.
Now the GDPR provides for specific DPIA obligations for Controllers, regardless of the business specific sector: in other words GDPR Articles 35 and 36 require that all the Controllers subject to the EU GDPR (see also previous blog about GDPR & Territorial Scope) shall follow the DPIA procedure when necessary. The Rise of the GDPR Data Lake. The new EU data privacy regulation, GDPR (General Data Privacy Regulation), is driving the need for a Data Lake to hold the volumes and types of customer data required to be covered by the regulation.
What is GDPR? GDPR is the new EU data privacy regulation that comes into force in May 2018 and requires organisations to better manage customer data in the context of providing fundamental data rights to EU citizens around access to data about them and portability of their data. GDPR infographic. GDPR infographic PrivacyPerfect.