On January 1, 2020 privacy and data protection in the United States will change radically. In the words of the backer of California’s new privacy law, “the California Attorney General will be the Chief Privacy Officer of the United States.” The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 expands privacy rights, provides California consumers with more control over the personal information that businesses collect on them, and includes civil penalties and statutory damages for noncompliance. Operational compliance will be extremely expensive and the law is unusually confusing given the short time-frame for implementation.
Event Type: Webinar
Please join us for a live video CLE discussion on the key provisions under the new law, their impact on businesses, and how best to begin preparing for this regulatory change, including:
1. Key operational considerations that the CCPA poses for companies
2. Emerging data protection and governance trends driving interaction between security and privacy teams
3. Techniques for leveraging recent EU data protection experience with GDPR to address the CCPA
4. Top 5 things to begin doing now before year end to get ready
Who should attend: Senior executives, general counsel, in-house lawyers, privacy professionals and audit, compliance executives