Skip to content

Utah Consumer Privacy Act Checklist

Signed into law by Utah’s governor, Spencer Cox, on March 24, 2022, the Utah Consumer Privacy Act (UCPA) protects the privacy rights of residents of Utah and establishes data privacy responsibilities for companies doing business in the state. In broad strokes, UCPA requires businesses that collect, process, or sell personal data of Utah residents to provide transparent information about their data practices and obtain consent for data processing. The UCPA gives consumers the right to access, correct, and delete their personal information, as well as the ability to opt out of data sales. It also establishes data security requirements for businesses. But of course the specifics of compliance become more important to understand as we approach the December 31, 2023 deadline, when the law goes into effect.

Download the checklist to learn:
  • What criteria determine if the UCPA applies to your organization
  • What types of consumer data UCPA does and doesn't cover
  • How to update your privacy policies and procedures to comply with UCPA

Download this checklist to determine if the Utah Consumer Privacy Act applies to you and what you need to do to comply with it.