- Assess data protection impact before conducting internal investigations
- Data protection impact assessments under the GDPR
- DPIAs and internal investigations
- Lessons from case law in getting things wrong
Corporate Crime analysis: Businesses that plan to carry out internal investigations into the conduct of their employees or agents are likely to need to carry out data protection impact assessments (DPIAs) first. DPIAs are now mandatory in certain circumstances under the GDPR. Laura Gillespie, regulatory law expert at Pinsent Masons, considers the impact GDPR will have for those conducting internal investigations into criminal offences.
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