CCPA Compliance Starts with Subject Rights Requests

Background

CCPA comes into effect in January and the plan is to begin enforcement just a few months later. In this webinar, WireWheel CEO Justin Antonipillai and privacy expert Daniel Solove outline the key steps companies must take to prepare.

What do you need to comply with CCPA?

Subject Rights Request (SRR) Process: You need to be able to show people who make data requests the information that's required under the law – no more and no less. That means you need to authenticate that they are who they say they are, even if they aren’t your current customers. Especially for B2C companies receiving hundreds of thousands of consumer requests each year, you need an efficient way to process requests and gather relevant data.

Secure SRR Delivery: You need a way to give people their information back and offer them a way to delete it in an easy, understandable way. Any information exchange needs to be secure from end to end.

Documentation: You need specific documentation in your files, showing that you're doing the right thing with personal information. That includes documenting your actions for maintaining data inventories, conducting vendor privacy assessments, and processing individual rights requests.

If you can achieve these goals, you’ll have the fundamentals in place to meet Subject Rights Request under CCPA’s requirements, plus a heads start on any new state, national, and international privacy law that comes your way.

Watch the Webcast

Length: 45 mins

About the Speakers

JUSTIN ANTONIPILLAI

Founder and CEO, WireWheel

Justin is recognized as one of the leading experts on privacy and data protection. Prior to WireWheel, he led a number of important international dialogues as Acting U.S. Under Secretary on privacy, including the EU-US Privacy Shield negotiations and GDPR outreach.

DANIEL SOLOVE

Professor, GW Law School + CEO, TeachPrivacy

Daniel J. Solove is the John Marshall Harlan Research Professor of Law at the George Washington University Law School. He is also the founder of TeachPrivacy, a company that provides privacy and data security training programs to businesses, law firms, healthcare institutions, and schools. One of the world’s leading experts in privacy law, Solove is the author of numerous books and textbooks and 50+ articles. He has written more than 50 law review articles in the Harvard Law Review, Yale Law Journal, Stanford Law Review, and Columbia Law Review, among others.