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Our Managed Detection and Response Services provide continuous monitoring from a team who’ll neutralise any breaches at speed

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Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)

A Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) is a comprehensive process aimed at identifying and mitigating privacy risks associated with processing personal data. Under data protection legislation, organisations may be required to conduct a DPIA prior to the processing of personal data that may result in high risks to individual (data subject) rights and freedoms.

What types of Data Processing operations require a DPIA?

It is necessary for an organisation to conduct a DPIA where using new technologies, processes personal data in way that is likely to result in a high risk to the rights and freedoms of an individual. In particular, a DPIA may be necessary where an organisation:

  • Uses systematic and extensive profiling with significant effects

  • Processes special category or criminal offence data on a large scale

  • Systematically monitors publicly accessible places on a large scale

  • Processes sensitive data or special categories of data

  • Will conduct automated decision-making that have legal or similar significant effects on individuals

  • Transfers personal data to countries outside a specific region (EEA/EU, China, Brazil, etc)

  • Merges or matches datasets from different sources that could have privacy implications

Why conduct a DPIA?

There are several benefits to properly conducting a DPIA. They include:

Risk identification and mitigation:

Identify and understand potential risks to individuals’ data privacy before processing takes place. This allows an organisation to implement measures to reduce or mitigate risks.

Compliance with legislation:

Conducting DPIAs forms part of demonstrating that your organisation complies with the data
protection legislation.

Enhanced trust:

Enhances trust between individuals, customers, and stakeholders, fostering better relationships.

Data protection by design and default:

Reduces cost and disruption of implementing data protection safeguards by integrating them into project/process design at an early stage.

Cost reduction:

Reduces operation costs by optimising information flows within a project and eliminating unnecessary data collection and processing.

Why choose Integrity360?

Our team of cyber security and privacy experts provide a comprehensive report highlighting the identified risks and proposed mitigation measures. The report serves as evidence of compliance efforts, guiding risk management strategies, and ensuring that data processing activities respect individuals’ privacy rights.

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We are thrilled to share that Integrity360 has been recognised as a Gartner Representative Vendor in 4 of their Market Guides, including: Managed Security Services, Managed Detection and Response and Managed SIEM Services.

Gartner has included a range of providers within its market guide for managed services to ensure clear coverage from a geographical, vertical and capabilities perspective. Those included in the Gartner market guide display clarity in the vision for an end-user outcome-focused offering distinct from a pure technology-driven offering.


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