Minimizing Identity Verification Risks for CCPA Data Subject Access Requests: Be Ready for July 1
CCPA enforcement is still on track for July 1, 2020, despite COVID-19 challenges businesses are facing.
Although the final regulation is still being developed, existing requirements such as the management of data subject access requests (DSARs) can be challenging if you do not have the right mechanisms in place.
In particular, the step of verifying the requestor’s identity has become a crucial safeguard in this process, especially as the number of fraudulent requestors using CCPA requests to steal information will only grow in the near future.
Watch this webinar replay where we reviewed the state of CCPA readiness and regulatory updates, as well as best practices on identity verification to help you minimize your risk exposure while managing DSARs.
You will learn:
- Latest CCPA regulatory updates and what it means for businesses on July 1
- Learnings from the first 4 months of CCPA
- Best practices on the identity verification process: do’s and don’ts
- How to best embed the identity verification step in your existing CCPA process
CISO and VP of Strategic Initiatives,
As a White House Fellow, Scott served as special advisor to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce. During his time as an army officer, he helped create and grow from 20 to over 450 persons tasked with conducting full-spectrum cyberspace operations.
Partner and Chair,
Bradley Law Firm
Erin is an experienced thought leader in privacy, data security, and the integration of technology into business practices. Erin is co-chair of Bradley’s Cybersecurity and Privacy Practice Group and leads the firm’s Fintech team.
VP of Marketing,
Eric leads primary and secondary research on identity verification and fraud trends and consumer behavior. In addition, he oversees all aspects of IDology’s marketing endeavors including branding, PR, digital marketing and events.