With the CCPA fully in force as of July 1, it is now more important than ever for small businesses to ensure that they are fully aware of their responsibilities and the steps they need to stay to stay compliant.
CCPA enforcement has gone into effect on July 1 despite the COVID-19 shutdown and the economic turmoil, however many companies are still unsure on how to comply to the law.
Companies with arbitration and class action waiver clauses in their consumer agreements should understand how the CCPA law will address them when faced with class action lawsuits.
With CPRA, also known as CCPA 2.0, potentially heading to California’s November 2020 ballot, what are the steps that businesses need to take to be ready for the law?
An effective privacy training program can help businesses get through CCPA compliance efficiently and prepare them in managing the rapidly changing and complex regulatory landscape.
With July 1 CCPA enforcement deadline fast approaching, have organizations taken the necessary steps to achieve compliance and remain compliant in the future?
With the CCPA enforcement deadline only a month away, Chief Privacy Officers are still grappling with significant uncertainties about what exactly the law requires.
Companies could devalue their customers’ payment data to avoid CCPA penalties and litigation by using techniques that make it difficult for hackers to exploit.
The development of smart apartments in U.S. has led to more IoT devices and data, providers need to know what it takes to stay compliant to data protection laws like CCPA.