The IAPP’s APIA tool for automating privacy impact assessments was released at the Global Privacy Summit 2014. Since that time, it has been downloaded by more than 2,000 organizations. With the ability to load in customized question sets, assign tasks to various members of the organization via Active Directory, monitor the progress of a PIA as it develops, and issue auto-generated reports, APIA has become for many organizations a way of life. For Lisa Ruff, business development manager at H3 Solutions, a small software consulting and development firm, it was a way to both demonstrate privacy compliance internally and externally for H3’s client base. Sam Pfeifle talked with her about it for The Privacy Advisor. Find Avepoint, who developed it for the IAPP, to learn more about it on the Summit exhibit floor. It’s free to all IAPP members.
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