About CCPA and Does Your Organization Need to Comply?
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will go into effect on January 1, 2020, and enforcement will begin July of 2020. So, what does compliance with the CCPA involve? The privacy act follows in the spirit of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe but will apply specifically for businesses that work with or having exposure to residents in the state of California, regardless of location in the United States.
Businesses must comply with CCPA if they fall into one of the following categories:
Their annual gross revenue is greater than $25 million.
They receive or share personal information of over 50,000 California residents annually.
They derive 50% of their annual revenue by selling or disclosing personal information of California residents.
It’s Never Too Early to Be Prepared
Understand the Requirements
Work with our team to identify what needs to change in your security program to provide more control to California consumers over their personal information.
Secure Your Information
Do you handle or collect personal data? Do you know which categories of personal information need to be protected? Our team will help you put the right safeguards in place.
Strong Data Privacy
A formal data privacy program does more than help you comply with privacy requirements. It will ensure that your program is properly protecting sensitive customer data.
Build privacy into the foundation of your security program.
Prevent Potential Incidents
Adhering to privacy requirements limits the possibility for exfiltration, theft, or disclosure of sensitive information and data.
Build and Implement Efficiently
Our security team is ready to identify, build, and implement the missing areas of your security program with a single team.
Holistic Program Development
Don’t build program areas in a vacuum. Build your data privacy program in a way that makes sense with the rest of your security.