California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

The CCPA compliance deadline was January 1, 2020. The new enforcement policy started on July 1, 2020. Now is the time to begin your journey to compliance.

We understand companies are faced with a daunting effort to get CCPA compliant. Some of the requirements include:

  1. Understanding the requirements of the CCPA and what will impact their business
  2. Identifying the scope of the impact on existing and new processes;
  3. Assigning specific stakeholders to own the new process
  4. Creating a project plan for complying with the law and the new regulatory requirements identified by each organization
  5. Implementing monitoring processes to ensure compliance

What do I have to do to comply with CCPA regulations?

Update your Privacy Policy

Your policies and procedures must be updated to reflect CCPA regulations, easy accessible to consumers and updated every 12 months.

Data Inventory

Be able to track data history such as who opted-out, when they opted out, requests to know and requests to delete data.

Vendor Management

If you sell or disclose private data to a third-party, you must be able to track that data and request data to be deleted in the event of a consumer request to delete.

Map Consumer Data

Be able to track what you collect, how you collect it, where it is stored, who it is shared with and how it is used.

Train your employees

All employees who handle private data, consumer requests and consumer communication must be trained to properly handle the information in order to protect the consumers.

Strengthen your Data Security

Systems need to be checked for vulnerabilities and protected against breaches. Companies must prove due diligence in proactively protecting private data.

CCPA Compliance is now affordable, fast and complete.

We know that finding the resources to understand and implement CCPA can be daunting. We offer affordable, virtual CCPA compliance powered by CyberCompass®. Our easy to use tool simplifies the process saving you time and money. With a Dedicated Privacy Officer (DPO) guiding you through the process, you can quickly learn where your vulnerabilities are and how to fix them in order to comply with consumer privacy regulations.



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Strengthen your data security

Guided Risk Assessment with a Dedicated Privace Officer (DPO)

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