Specialist CCPA Compliance
The California Consumer Privacy Act
The California Consumer Privacy Act
Came into effect on January 1, 2020.
The CCPA gives California consumers the right to know what personal information is being collected about them, the right to request that their personal information be deleted, and the right to request that their personal information not be sold.
The law applies to for-profit businesses that collect personal information from California consumers and meet certain thresholds for annual revenue, number of consumers, or amount of personal information collected. The CCPA also requires businesses to provide certain disclosures to California consumers about their data collection practices.
Purpose of the CCPA
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) gives California residents control over their personal information and requires businesses to disclose how they collect and use it. The CCPA allows consumers to request deletion of their data and restricts the sale of personal information. It aims to protect consumers’ privacy rights.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is unique due to its provisions such as the right to know what personal information is being collected, the right to request deletion, restrictions on the sale of personal information, business obligations, and a broad definition of personal information. These provisions give California consumers greater control and transparency over their data..
Business with California
The CCPA impacts businesses by requiring them to comply with new obligations such as providing disclosures to consumers, allowing data deletion requests, implementing security measures, and restricting the sale of personal information. Non-compliance can result in penalties and fines, making it crucial for businesses to understand and follow the CCPA.
Do you need to comply with the CCPA? We can help
Our industry experts help you understand the CCPAand provide a clear and actionable road map leading to compliance
Our team can serve as a complement to your internal staff or provide support to your existing team, ensuring the seamless integration of our services with your company’s operations.
No matter where you are in your CCPA compliance journey – whether you’re just beginning or seeking to evaluate your current policies and procedures – we have a selection of solutions tailored to meet your specific requirements.
Why work with PrivacyTrust
Certified Privacy Professionals
Our team of Privacy Professionals are on hand to ensure you reach your data protection and privacy goals
Our Privacy Consultants collaborate with our clients to assess their current compliance level, budget, and timeline, ensuring that we deliver a tailored solution that meets their specific requirements, within budget and on schedule.
Staff training and data protection officers as a service are just some of the ways we support our client over the long term
The PrivacyTrust gap analysis identifies differences between current and desired states of complaince
3rd party Audit
PrivacyTrust audit checks if your company meets the required regulatory framework by evaluating its processes, procedures, and practices.
PrivacyTrust provides expert advice and guidance to your organization helping to solve problems, make improvements and achieve your compliance goals
PrivacyTrust provides specialized recruitment services for privacy professionals and related experts. Trust us to find the best talent for your privacy needs
PrivacyTrust offers Data Protection Officers as a Service (DPOaaS), providing expert guidance for privacy compliance
Complete a PrivcyTrust GAP analysis and implement the findings from our report and we will give you a seal you can use to demonstrate your compliance
Helping your business exceed the compliance standard.
Our team of experienced privacy attorneys & certified privacy professionals have a proven track record of delivering privacy frameworks and data privacy solutions, tailored to your business needs.