Data Processing at Work: Risk Assessments under the GDPR

Posted in : Hot topics in Employment and Technology Law with Matheson on 9 March 2018
Eimear Boyle
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In the second of the series by Crowley Solicitors on data processing in the workplace, Eimear Boyle gives an overview of the prevalence of risk and explains how HR professionals should start thinking about their approach to and involvement in some of the risk assessments required under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The GDPR obliges controllers and processors of personal data to take a risk-based approach to their processing activities. For business units operating in a risk-based environment this will be a familiar concept and language but for many HR professionals the world of risk is unchartered, yet many of you will now be asked to contribute to or even complete risk

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