California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) compliance deadline is January 1, 2020. The new California Consumer Protection Act requires that certain businesses that service California residents must meet CCPA requirements by January 1, 2020.
Companies serving California residents may find these CCPA requirements will force businesses to assess and remediate where they are non-compliant:
- Data inventory and mapping of in-scope personal data and instances of “selling” data
- New individual rights to data access and erasure
- New individual right to opt-out of data selling
- Updating service-level agreements with third-party data processors
- Remediation of information security gaps and system vulnerabilities
We understand companies are faced with a daunting effort to get CCPA compliant by January 1, 2020. Some of the requirements include:
- Understanding the requirements of the CCPA and what will impact their business
- Identifying the scope of the impact on existing and new processes;
- Assigning specific stakeholders to own the new process
- Creating a project plan for complying with the law and the new regulatory requirements identified by each organization
- Implementing monitoring processes to ensure compliance
Third Rock can quickly assess the impact of CCPA on your business before you make a big investment.
We know that finding the resourses to understand and implement CCPA can be daunting. We offer both onsite and affordable virtual CCPA compliance assessment options.
Let’s discuss how we can help!