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FIFA Cybersecurity Framework Privacy Impact Assessment

Through this infographic, you will learn:

  • Best practices to adopt when conducting a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA)
  • How to identify and assess the impacts of all business functions on the privacy of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) of customers, employees, and vendors/contractors
  • Best remediation practices for treating or mitigating those impacts


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Qatar's upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup represents an incredible economic, social, and PR opportunity for the Middle Eastern country. With millions of people coming from across the world, data privacy and security have taken unprecedented importance within the country.

Per the FIFA Cybersecurity Framework, released to help organizations deliver and maintain the required digital infrastructure in support of the 2022 World Cup, all organizations are advised to carry out a thorough Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) to analyze how Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is collected, used, disseminated, and maintained to ensure compliance with the data privacy provisions of the Framework.

This infographic aims to help organizations conduct such a PIA by walking them through some critical and fundamental steps that can prove vital in carrying out an effective PIA as required by the FIFA Cybersecurity Framework.

FIFA Cybersecurity Framework Privacy Impact Assessment

Our Readers Frequently Ask:

The FIFA 2022 World Cup Cybersecurity Framework (Cybersecurity Framework) is designed to be a guide of sorts that focuses on highlighting "must-have" cybersecurity-related capabilities and competencies that are necessary across all organizations that are a part of the World Cup ecosystem to ensure the country's digital infrastructure in optimal condition by the time the competition starts.

Per the official figures, the State of Qatar has spent nearly $220 billion preparing the country's infrastructure for the World Cup. This includes building world-class infrastructure, including new roads, public transport, hotels, and sporting facilities, in addition to bringing in thousands of migrant workers to work on these projects.

The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SCDL) is the primary body overseeing the implementation of the Cybersecurity Framework. The SCDL was also responsible for designing and releasing the Framework.

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