Your guide to California privacy compliance

The California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) is the most comprehensive privacy law that has passed in the United States. It requires significantly more transparency from companies and it can be significant effort to comply with the law. CCPA has many similarities as Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR); however, there are significant differences and just because you’re GDPR compliant does not mean you’re CCPA compliant. There is still work to do, but you do have a head start.

Does my organization need to worry about CCPA?

Organizations that serve California residents meet at least one of the following criteria, must comply with CCPA

Exceed $25 Million in Revenue
Hold personal data of over 50,000 California residents
> 50% of annual revenue is from the sale of personal information

The CCPA outlines specific requirements for organizations that must comply with the regulations. Organia

Compared to GDPR, CCPA has some more specific requirements in terms which organizations need to comply with the legislation. The law has a major focus on transparency regarding the sale of personal information of California citizens, and in particular, minors under the age of 13.

Our CCPA Offerings

Our consultants have an in-depth knowledge and experience with CCPA  and we can be your guide through every stage of assessing, building, implementing, and operating a compliant CCPA privacy program. We provide a suite of tailored solutions designed for all organizations to make the process of achieving compliance as easy and seamless as possible.

CCPA Assessment

Your roadmap to compliance.
  • In-depth organizational risk assessment
  • Policy and procedural analysis
  • CCPA Compliance Roadmap

CCPA Implementation

Build a CCPA compliant privacy program
  • Develop policies and procedures
  • Data classification and mapping
  • Complete Privacy Impact Assessments

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