The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) exists to provide California residents with more control over their data and information on how it is being used. For businesses, this means policies must adapt so that customer data is readily available for disclosure at any time. This Act went into effect on January 1st, 2020. Businesses are encouraged to not only update privacy policies, but to determine which employee’s will be responsible for handling consumer requests for information and the deletion of that information. A process should also be put in place regarding data protection and storage. With 27 pages of question content, our checklist is sure to assist you in your evaluation of your compliance.
Simply complete all questions and tally your results to calculate your compliance percentage and your risk score. To prepare a report, we’ve included an executive summary template in the checklist. Follow the steps below to receive your checklist.
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