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The California Consumer Privacy Act & The California Privacy Right Act

CCPA/CPRA : Regulation Impact Analysis

With the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), amended by the California Privacy Right Act in 2020 (CPRA), businesses collecting personal information from California residents must comply with strict data privacy and protection rules. Failure to do so can result in significant fines and damage your brand reputation. That’s why it’s essential to work with a team of experts like MyData-TRUST to ensure that your organisation is fully compliant.

Our team specialises in conducting Regulation Impact Analysis to identify areas in which your organisation may be impacted by the CCPA/CPRA regulations. We’ll assess your current data practices, policies, and procedures to identify any gaps that need to be addressed to achieve compliance. Our team will then provide you with a comprehensive roadmap to compliance, outlining the steps you need to take to ensure your organisation fully complies with the CCPA/CPRA regulations.

In addition to our Regulation Impact Analysis, MyData-TRUST offers a range of services to support your compliance efforts. Our team can assist with data mapping, which involves identifying all the types of personal information your organisation collects, processes, and shares. We can also help you develop and implement policies and procedures around data privacy and protection, such as data retention policies and data subject access request procedures.

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