How to Make Your Website Compliant with the CCPA
A 5-step process to manage the notice and consent requirements of the California Consumer Privacy Act
The California Consumer Privacy Act, or CCPA, is a data protection and privacy regulation designed to protect the personal information of all California residents. Due to its low triggering mechanism, it will effectively apply to any business, regardless of location, if they are doing business in the US.
Set to take effect on January 1, 2020, the CCPA contains a 12-month “look-back” provision, which requires businesses to start acting now to meet the deadline.
This eBook provides an introduction to the regulation and the challenges involved in achieving compliance. It lays out an effective step-by-step process for meeting the CCPA requirements for notice and consent that will not only help companies achieve compliance but also secure competitive advantage through improved data processes, digital governance, customer experience, and customer trust.
In this eBook, you’ll learn:
- What is the California Consumer Privacy Act and does it apply to you?
- What are your disclosure requirements? What is the risk of non-compliance?
- A CCPA roadmap: 5 steps towards website compliance
- Tools for achieving the CCPA requirements for notice and consent
Download the eBook “How to Make Your Website Compliant with the CCPA.”