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Why a DPIA?
A DPIA exposes the privacy risks of new (projects and initiatives) or existing processing of personal data and contributes to the avoidance or reduction of these privacy risks (reducing non-compliance). READ MORE
An organization must have a schedule that includes the periodic (at least 1x per 3 years) updating of the DPIAs.
Based on a DPIA, it is systematically made clear how likely it is that the privacy of the persons involved whose data is being processed will be harmed, where these risks occur and what consequences they have for them.