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Italian translation of Data Protection Impact Assessment

I am very happy to announce that Glauco Rampogna has translated my Data Protection Impact Assessment into Italian! He proactively volunteered to do this, following my philosophy of trying to make things easier for others.

Both Glauco and I hope you find this translation helpful in your GDPR compliance efforts!

Excel: Data Protection Impact Assessment template - Italian
ODS:  Data Protection Impact Assessment template - Italian

See How to Perform a Data Protection Impact Assessment for English versions of the template and for examples of data mappings.

About Glauco: He's an ISO/IEC 27001 Lead Auditor and Data Protection Officer, and works in public sector as System Administrator. If you have questions, you may contact him at Glaucorampogna@gmail.com.

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