The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is intended to offer California residents protection from data theft and security breaches as well as increase their control over the personal information businesses collect. By expanding on existing privacy laws and policies on the management of personal data, this act introduces many new challenges and regulations for businesses serving California residents. Organizations failing to meet these requirements will be at risk for costly lawsuits and fines.
With CCPA enforcement starting in January 2020, the following pages will arm you with information about key requirements, the risk of non-compliance, and the steps you can take to prepare.
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