California Consumer Privacy Act: The Six Month Countdown for Retailers

Learn if the impending CCPA regulation effects your organization

With the impending deadline to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act, Retail & Consumer Products companies are revisiting practices that impact their privacy compliance programs. On January 1, 2020 any company that does business in California and has annual revenues in excess of $25 million, possesses personal information (PI) of 50,000 or more consumers, households, or devices, or earns more than half of its annual revenue from selling consumers’ PI, will need to comply with this new law. Although the deadline is January 2020, consumers will have the ability to request data that your company possessed on January 1, 2019.

In this session, our speakers will provide guidance on how to operationalize your CCPA compliance program by implementing practices to:

  • Identify categories of personal information collected about the specific consumer;
  • Determine next steps retail/consumer products companies will need to take to be compliant;
  • Identify how you collected those categories;
  • Understand the specific pieces of personal information that were collected about the consumer;
  • Define the commercial purpose(s) for collecting or selling the personal information; and,
  • Identify and map third parties that are sharing personal information with the company