Many companies were blindsided by the time and cost to sustain GDPR compliance. With CCPA coming into effect, what should companies do to develop a sustainable compliance program?
New economic impact assessment shows 75% of California businesses will be impacted by upcoming CCPA legislation and will run into initial compliance costs estimated at $55 billion.
CaCPA, going into effect January 2020, has triggered many organizations to look for reliable data partners to protect consumer privacy. What are the criteria when searching for these colocation partners?
While businesses are tirelessly preparing for CCPA, the Californians for Consumer Privacy is busy with a new ballot initiative, CPREA, that would amend CCPA and shift the privacy landscape in California.
CCPA, the most comprehensive data privacy law in the U.S., will soon take effect. What do you need to know about the legislation to ensure your organization is prepared for it?
Microsoft is now the first major tech company that says it plans to abide by the new CCPA not just in California, but also to honor California’s digital privacy law in every state where it operates in the United States.
Learn about the key initiatives, which can help reduce regulatory, operational and reputational risk, while establishing preparedness for CCPA enforcement.
Ethyca's study shows that only 12% of companies have reach an “adequate state of compliance” ahead of the new CCPA data privacy regulation becoming law on January 1, 2020.
Companies need a pragmatic picture of the costs and benefits that GDPR and CCPA compliance represents so that they can make the best decision for their business.
As part of its CCPA compliance efforts, Google has recently announced that they will block personalized ads by giving customers the right to opt-out of personal data collection.