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Privacy Impact Assessment

The instrument for a privacy impact assessment (PIA) or data protection impact assessment (DPIA) was introduced with the General Data Protection Regulation (Art. 35 of the GDPR). This refers to the obligation of the controller to conduct an impact assessment and to document it before starting the intended data processing. One can bundle the assessment for several processing procedures. Basically, a data protection impact assessment must always be conducted when the processing could result in a high risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons. The assessment must be carried out especially if one of the rule examples set forth in Art. 35(3) of the GDPR is relevant. In order to specify the open-ended wording of the law regarding the basic obligation to perform a privacy impact assessment, the supervisory authorities are involved. In a first draft, the Article 29 Working Party created a catalogue of ten criteria which indicate that the processing bears a high risk to the rights and freedoms of a natural person. These are for example scoring/profiling, automatic decisions which lead to legal consequences for those impacted, systematic monitoring, processing of special personal data, data which is processed in a large scale, the merging or combining of data which was gathered by various processes, data about incapacitated persons or those with limited ability to act, use of newer technologies or biometric procedures, data transfer to countries outside the EU/EEC and data processing which hinders those involved in exercising their rights. A privacy impact assessment is not absolutely necessary if a processing operation only fulfils one of these criteria. However, if several criteria are met, the risk for the data subjects is expected to be high and a data protection impact assessment is always required. If there is doubt and it is difficult to determine a high risk, a DPIA should nevertheless be conducted. This process must be repeated at least every three years.




IT Architecture Review

IT architecture is a key component in supporting business goals and objectives:

  • Foundation for developing large, complex, distributed systems environment
  • Manage and control complexity in system deployment
  • Basis for determining software and hardware decisions
  • Identify gaps and areas for concern or improvement
  • Optimize return on IT /IS investment




Cloud Security Assessment

A cloud security assessment is an evaluation that tests and analyzes an organization’s cloud infrastructure to ensure the organization is protected from a variety of security risks and threats. The assessment is designed to: Identify weaknesses and potential points of entry within the organization’s cloud infrastructure. Analyze the network for evidence of exploitation. Outline approaches to prevent future attacks. A cloud security assessment typically focuses on the following seven areas:

  • Overall security posture : Conduct interviews and a documentation review to evaluate the security of enterprise cloud infrastructure
  • Access control and management: Review identity and access management, including user accounts, roles, and key management
  • Network security: Review segmentation and firewall policies against common misconfigurations
  • Incident management: Review incident response policy related to cloud infrastructure, including roles and processes related to an incident
  • Storage security: Assess posture of cloud storage including object-level storage, block-level storage, and related snapshots
  • Platform services security: Review security configuration of advanced service offerings specific to each cloud service provider
  • Workload security: Review security for workloads including virtualized servers, server-hosted containers, functions, and serverless containerized workloads





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