And other data privacy regulations, for that matter...
Similar to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is regarded as one of the toughest and most impactful data protection regulations on the planet. When it goes into effect on January 1, its impact will be global: compliance is required from any company that stores personal data of residents of California – the world’s 5th largest economy. The California Department of Justice estimates that businesses in the US alone will spend $55 billion just for initial compliance.
And companies face more challenges as lawmakers around the world aim to put an end to the wild west of consumer data collection. Personal data is now being regulated in over 130 countries with more than 500 privacy laws.
Join this 30-minute webinar for a brief overview of the CCPA, who it impacts, and how it compares to other high-profile data privacy regulations like GDPR. Then, we’ll dive into its technical implications and how central identity management can help to achieve multi-jurisdictional compliance.
You will learn:
* What systems and practices are needed to scalably comply with CCPA
* Technical best practices to address common data privacy requirements, CCPA and beyond
* How to eliminate data silos that complicate regulatory compliance
* How granular customer preference and scoped access management can help to achieve compliance and prevent toxic data