The BayLDA has published its recommendations.
The GDPR reintroduced assessments of the impact of data protection.The approaches, that should after all be coordinated and comparable throughout Europe and promote the GDPR objective of uniform interpretation and implementation, are correspondingly unclear.
The BayLDA has now published its recommendations, oriented on the international ISO 29134 standard. The results of a supervisory authorities simulation are also accessible here, presenting a fictitious event via the standard data protection model and ISO 29134.
The prospect of the BayLDA publishing a list of processes for which no data protection impact assessment in accordance with Art. 35 Para. 5 GDPR would be required in late autumn is also gratifying.
Author: Rudi Kramer