Are You Required to Comply?

If you are a for-profit-business that collects personal information of California residents, you may be required to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act, or CCPA.

The CCPA, was enacted into law by the California legislature on June 28, 2018 and becomes effective January 1, 2020. Enforcement is scheduled to begin in July of 2020.

The purpose of CCPA is to protect the personal information of people who live in California. CCPA gives California residents broad rights about how businesses collect, use, disclose, distribute, and sell their personal information.

CCPA Awareness Training

This course provides a general understanding of the CCPA and trains your workforce to identify California consumer personal information covered under the new law and how to respond to consumer requests.

Your Workforce Will Learn:

  • California Consumers’ Individual Rights under the new law, including the right to deletion and the right to opt-out or Do Not Sell My Personal Information.

  • Types of California Consumer personal information protected under the law.

  • How to process California Consumers’ Requests under the law.

  • The Role of Service Providers and Third Parties.

  • A checklist of best practices to prepare your workforce.