The State of California has passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) effective as of January 2020. This law will require organizations to focus on consumer personal information and provide transparency into how the information is collected, used and shared. Further, the new law grants any California consumer the right to:
- Understand what personal information is being collected of them
- Learn if their personal information is sold or disclosed
- Have the option to say no to the sale of personal information
- Ability to exercise consumer rights such as access and deletion of their personal information
- Not be discriminated against for exercising their privacy rights
What can we expect within the first 100 days once the formal enforcement actions go into effect on July 1, 2020? It remains to be seen how quickly or aggressively the state attorney general will enforce the law. As with any compliance enforcement, however, violating the law comes with a penalty.
In this webinar, we will clarify what to expect within the first 100 days, and steps you can take to mitigate the risk of penalties. Following this webinar, you will be able to:
- Perform steps to achieve compliance at the point of data collection
- Articulate what data integrity and mapping means within the context of the CCPA and data privacy
- Prepare to fulfill CCPA consumer rights
- Discover what employers handling sensitive personal information of California residents need to know
1 CPE credit available for live attendees only.
No prerequisites required. Level: Basic. Field of study: Information Technology. Instruction delivery method: Group Internet Based. Elements of Engagement: Polling Questions.
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Joel Wuesthoff is a former practicing attorney, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E)) and a Managing Director for Legal Consulting in New York. With 20+ years of legal practice and consulting work in high stakes litigation and government investigations, he has led information governance engagements and privacy & security assessments for complex enterprises, working with general counsel’s offices, Chief Risk Officers, audit committees and IT departments to improve risk postures resulting from privacy mandates and security imperatives.
Pam Kamath is an Associate Director in the Technology Consulting practice with over twenty years of experience in establishing business/IT strategy and roadmaps, enabling enterprise wide business capabilities and in delivering large scale corporate initiatives.
In recent years, Pam’s primary focus has been establishing and implementing risk and privacy governance and frameworks by guiding business partners through privacy by design and personal data protection. This includes: assessing current state privacy maturity; driving GDPR and CCPA gap assessments across various organizations; factoring personal data footprints of employees, patients and customers; and developing a risk-based roadmap and deliverables.