Before the GDPR, the Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) was mostly a nice to have, even as most mature organizations used it as a means to Privacy by Design. But now, the PIA and the now- mandated (for some processing operations), DPIA, have come out of the shadows as one of the most powerful tools for any privacy compliance program. The PIA can be used not only to assess risk, but if done correctly, can be used for Article 30 compliance, as a path to creating robust privacy notices, and for assessing Third Parties.  Hear from privacy experts who have found how the right PIA/DPIA process can transform privacy operations into a well-oiled machine.

Justin Antonipillai, Founder & CEO, WireWheel
Jocelyn Aqua, Principal, PwC
Alyssa Senzel, Deputy General Counsel, Blackboard
Kim Shur, Vice President, Assistant General Counsel, Marriott

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Justin Antonipillai
Justin Antonipillai

Founder and CEO
WireWheel.io

Jocelyn Aqua
Jocelyn Aqua

Principal
PwC

Alyssa Senzel

Deputy General Counsel
Blackboard

Kim Shur

Vice President, Assistant General Counsel
Marriott