Getting Started With the California Consumer Privacy Act
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has far-reaching effects on how companies manage their customer data. This digital privacy law requires businesses to make disclosures about the collection, use, and dissemination of consumer personal information.
It is critical to get started with a compliance program, both because of the effort involved and the fact that other states are expected to follow California’s lead with their own versions of the CCPA.
This guide examines:
- CCPA objectives, expectations and deadlines
- How to establish a CCPA compliance program
- Challenges companies will face
- A CCPA project for a leading global consumer products company
- How Perficient can help