Learn what’s coming for from upcoming state, federal, and international regulations in our roundup of 2021 privacy predictions.
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Learn how your business will be affected by West Virginia’s proposed privacy law, as well as its similarities to California’s CCPA.
See how the newly passed Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act privacy law will apply to your business and what you’ll need to do to prepare.
Virginia is the next state on the list with a very high likelihood to pass their privacy law. See the 8 key overview points in our blog.
Does data privacy and protection go federal in 2021? Will more states follow California’s lead? Read our blog to learn more.
Read about proposed modifications to the “final” CCPA regulations, issued August 14, 2020.
Bruno Gencarelli, European Commission’s Head of International Data Transfers and Justin Antonipillai, WireWheel CEO, discuss Privacy Shield.
Learn about the new Canadian privacy legislation that would make significant changes to their existing federal privacy laws.
If you are preparing for a liquidity event or doing the due diligence associated with acquiring a business, learn how CCPA affect mergers and acquisitions.
Learn more about a third set of modifications to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Regulations.
With CPRA, one of the greatest impacts on your business operations will be through new requirements for privacy risk assessments and audits.
The Brazilian privacy law, LGPD, will begin to be enforced on Aug. 1, 2021. As of today, no specific regulations have been issued and no national authority is in place and we are awaiting much of the details about what will ultimately be the regulations.
Now that the EU-US Privacy Shield no longer provides a valid legal basis for data transfers from the EU to the U.S. does it still apply to US companies?
Final regulations under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) are now in effect and businesses should finalize their compliance processes and procedures.
Privacy Shield struck down. Learn about the Schrems II Decision and what it means to your business.
Regardless of whether CCPA gets the stamp of approval in July or September, enforcement is right around the corner, and now is the time to make sure your business is prepared.
In the short time since CCPA took effect, your customers have become CCPA-savvy. There’s been media coverage informing consumers of their data privacy rights and explaining how to exercise those rights. Their expectations for positive privacy experiences are rising.
Even if you don’t sell lists of personal data for money, you may still be “selling” under CCPA’s broad definition of “sale.” There’s a lot of confusion about the meaning of “sell” and “personal information” under CCPA and companies are reacting to the ambiguity in many different ways.
Don’t get so engulfed in CCPA compliance tasks that you neglect to realize opportunities for building consumer relationships in a privacy-centric future. From day one, your company should seize CCPA as a chance to demonstrate responsible data stewardship and build consumer trust.
Here’s what you need to do—at a bare minimum—to get ready for CCPA requirements that go into effect on January 1, 2020.
Learn the differences between GDPR and CCPA, including how to handle DSARs under each of them, in our guide.
California’s new privacy regulations have created a compliance nightmare for unprepared companies.
CPRA seeks to continue the work started by CCPA by strengthening consumer protections and defining new requirements businesses need to follow.
How to handle the influx of Subject Rights Requests (SRRs) from California consumers asking to access, delete, correct or move data.
CCPA has no PIA requirement. There’s no need to create thousands of documents detailing every system and process across your organization.
Navigating DSAR compliance can be tricky. Walk through the steps you need to take to build an efficient, compliant response program from a Gartner Privacy Management Cool Vendor.
Understand the nexus of individuals and the various devices they use in order to be prepared to meet operational requirements of the CCPA.
Learn about “State of the art in IT security” (Guidelines), for compliance with data security obligations under the GDPR.
It’s important to understand how consumer rights and personal data are defined under CCPA, and how businesses will be affected.