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Per the Brazilian LGPD, all organizations must prepare a Personal Data Protection Impact Report (RIPD) if their data processing activities pose a “high risk” to general principles of protection of personal data. The RIPD contains all the necessary descriptions of processes involved in any organization’s data processing activities. As a result, organizations may easily identify and rectify any processes that endanger their users’ data privacy.
There is a strict criterion for who must conduct an RIPD, what methodology they must use, what information needs to be included in this report, and who maintains regulatory oversight regarding the RIPD.
Cultivating a thorough understanding of the ANPD’s Guidance on the RIPD is critical to carrying out the report and complying with all the necessary regulatory obligations associated with it.
Here are some frequently asked questions users might have:
All data controllers subject to the LGPD must prepare an RIPD if the controller’s data processing poses a “high risk” to general principles of protection of personal data under the LGPD, the civil liberties, and the fundamental rights of the data subjects.
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