CCPA Checklist: 8 Things To Remember To Comply
There is a new privacy law in town—a major one indeed. California introduced the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), a law that is meant to protect the privacy of consumers.
The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) estimates that over 500,000 businesses in the United States, including over 100,000 businesses in California alone, will need to comply with the new law.
Often referred to as the “the California GDPR”, CCPA is one strict piece of legislation—with civil penalties of $2,500 for each violation or $7,500 for each intentional violation after notice.
Hence, to prevent your company from being penalized, in this episode of our CCPA podcast, our experts—Vijay Sharma and Yogesh Chauhan talk about 8 things you must do to comply with the Californian data privacy law.
Head of Inside Sales and Marketing, Grazitti Interactive
Vijay heads our Product Marketing team and has spent 15 years in corporate sales and marketing. He has a bird’s eye when it comes to identifying the right target audience for every marketing asset. He is a business development expert with an ability to prospect, qualify, and generate new sales leads.
Chief Information Security Officer, Grazitti Interactive
Yogesh is the Chief Information Security Officer at Grazitti. He has been instrumental in achieving compliance for Information & Data Security Laws, Standards, and Frameworks such as NIST, ISMS, HIPAA, GDPR, etc. He has worked in the industry for over 9 years and has deep knowledge and expertise in software development, total quality management, process improvement, and information security at a variety of levels.
- Auditing the personal information you’ve collected
- Introducing a verification system