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GDPR

Ngaahi fie maʻu ki hono maluʻi ʻo e fakamatala fakalukufua (GDPR)

Ko e taha ʻo e ngaahi liliu lahi taha kuo liliu ʻi he lao ki hono maluʻi ʻo e fakamatala EU (GDPR). ʻOku ne fetongi ʻa e maluʻi ʻo e fakamatala lolotonga pea hoko mai ʻo fakamalohiʻi ʻi he ʻaho 25 ʻo Me 2018.

 

Ko e taumuʻa ʻo e GDPR ke europeans mapuleʻi lelei ange ʻenau fakamatala fakatautaha ʻoku maʻu ʻe organisations fakaemamani lahi. ʻOku nofotaha ʻa e ngaahi lao foʻou ʻi hono tauhi organisations ke puli mo fakalahi ʻa e ngaahi totonu fakafoʻituitui ʻa e fakafoʻituitui. ʻOku toe fakafeʻiloaki mai foki ʻe he GDPR ha ngaahi tautea stringent mo ha moʻua lahi ange ki he organisations ʻoku ʻikai ke nau fai e 4% ʻo e aleapau fakataʻu pe €20 million, pe ko hai pe ʻoku lahi ange.

 

ʻOku tau hoa mo TwoBlackLabs ko ha kau mataotao GDPR. Kapau ʻokú ke fie maʻu ha talateu, kātaki ʻo fetuʻutaki mai kiate kimautolu.

Privacy Impact Assessments

A Privacy Impact Assessment is a documented impact assessment that helps to identify the privacy risks associated with a solution.

A Privacy Impact Assessment aims to:

  • Ensure conformance with the Privacy Act and/or GDPR and policy requirements for privacy.

  • Determine the privacy risks and effects

  • Evaluate controls and alternative processes to mitigate potential privacy risks.


The advantages of doing a Privacy Impact Assessment are:

  • Avoidance of costly or embarrassing privacy mistakes

  • Aids in the identification of privacy problems early to allow appropriate controls to be identified and built

  • Enhanced informed decision making regarding appropriate controls.

  • It demonstrates that the organisation takes privacy seriously.

  • Increased trust by customers and employees.

 

We are partnered with TwoBlackLabs, which are PIA specialists. If you would like an introduction, please contact us.