The California Consumer Privacy Act and how it will affect your business

For many businesses and organizations in the US, the introduction of the GDPR across Europe didn't seem real because it wasn't in their corporate jurisdiction and they were observers rather than participants.

That's all now changed because on January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act came into play. While the California Attorney General's Office (CAG) won't start enforcing it until July 1, and business-to-business communications are exempt until January 1, 2021, this is the time to start preparing for it because it has big ramifications for many businesses.

This whitepaper covers the six most commonly asked questions about the CCPA and provides clear answers to each.

  • Which businesses does the CCPA apply to?
  • What are the penalties for non-compliance?
  • What rights does the CCPA grant to California consumers?
  • What constitutes 'personal information'?
  • What requirements does the CCPA impose on businesses?
  • What steps do businesses need to take to be compliant?
    • Cataloging your data
    • Introducing policies for managing your data
    • Protecting your data

Download it so that you have a comprehensive CCPA reference source always to hand.

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