The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is the latest in privacy compliance. Although not as comprehensive as what is provided by the GDPR, there are useful operational overlap that can help with compliance with the CCPA.
Hundreds of written comments received by the California Office of the Attorney General show that there is still confusion and possible expansion of the CCPA.
Study shows the lack of protection mechanism against privacy risks hinders both the financial services companies and customers from benefiting from data-centric value-added services.
117 GDPR omnibus laws, 28 CCPA sectoral laws and more amendments coming up for the CCPA and LGDP, how do you keep your privacy program afloat?
How could companies best prepare themselves to face potential CCPA litigation following a data security incident and protect against data breach claims seeking exorbitant statutory penalties?
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.
The passage of a national privacy law is gaining momentum as more state laws like CCPA are adding to the scheme of divergent U.S. data protection laws that companies are struggling to reconcile.
Learn about the key initiatives, which can help reduce regulatory, operational and reputational risk, while establishing preparedness for CCPA enforcement.
Ensuring data privacy and compliance with regulations like the CCPA involves layered, complex challenges for any business especially in the age of COVID-19.