Rising consumer expectations and empowered mindsets are creating a new landscape of risk for privacy professionals
The time to comply with CCPA mandates is right around the corner. Some organizations are taking a “wait and see” approach, thinking there is still plenty of time to get started. After all, CCPA fines and penalties aren’t enforceable until the summer of 2020. But most agree that CCPA is here to stay and any anticipated amendments aren’t going to take any teeth away.
It is estimated that more than 500 million businesses in the United States will need to provide new privacy rights to California consumers. With the bill going live in January 2020, and enforcement starting in July 2020, the impetus for updating or creating a privacy compliance program should be at the top of major corporate IT initiatives for 2019 and beyond.
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Key Business Impacts and Survival Tips:
- Manual Subject Access Request Tasks Drains Privacy Staff Productivity
- Breadth, Volume and Depth of Data Required to Fulfill a DSAR is Overwhelming & Prone to Human Error
- All Eyes will be on your Privacy Program – Most of the Attention will be Unwanted & Confusing
- Third Party DSAR Requests Complicates Identify Verification
- Longer Sales Cycles, Missed Numbers & More Assessments