Webinar

California Employee DSAR Requests: What you need to know

Thursday, October 6, 1:00 PM EDT

In August 2022, the California assembly failed to extend employee and B2B data exemptions. This means as of January 1, 2023, California employees will be able to make requests about the personal data that companies have collected on them.

While companies have been required to fulfill employee requests in Europe, this is the first time employees will be able to do a data subject access request (DSAR) on the information their employers have stored.

Rick Buck

Chief Privacy Officer

WireWheel

Sheridan Clemens

VP – Privacy

WireWheel

Judy Gordon

VP – Marketing

WireWheel

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Join privacy experts, Rick Buck, WireWheel CPO, and Sheridan Clemens, WireWheel VP of Privacy, to understand what companies need to do to be prepared for these requests.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Who needs to comply? What types of employees are covered?
  • How should companies collect the requests?
  • How should companies think about processing requests?
    What is different about fulfilling employee data subject access requests (DSARs) vs. consumer DSARs?
  • What should you do today to start to get prepared?
  • What can we learn from companies’ experiences in Europe?

 

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