The California Consumer Protection Act of 2018 (CCPA) removes the bar on discovery by granting California residents unprecedented access to their data held by companies. Much like the GDPR, the law reaches outside California’s law-making jurisdiction to affect a great number of organizations who hold the data of California residents ranging from consumers to an organization’s own employees.
With extreme consequences for non-compliance, and perhaps an even broader category of covered information, the risks posed by CCPA are substantial. Organizations must take steps to make sure they're on the right side of the law.
Download this white paper to learn:
- The requirements of the CCPA for organizations
- What steps you have to take to be compliant with CCPA
- How to minimize the risks posed by CCPA moving forward
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