CCPA Compliance

Effective January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) introduces new data privacy rights for California residents. Companies that conduct business in the state of California will be required to implement structural changes to their privacy programs.

Smart helps organizations of all sizes simplify time to CCPA compliance. Smart provides a comprehensive toolset for the entire team to profoundly minimize the effort, cost, delay CCPA compliance.

What does the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) mean to you?

  1. Businesses must disclose what information they collect, what business purpose they do so for and any third parties with whom they share that data.
  2. Businesses will be required to comply with official consumer requests to delete that data.
  3. Consumers can opt out of their data being sold, and businesses can’t retaliate by changing the price or level of service.
  4. Businesses can, however, offer “financial incentives” for being allowed to collect data.
  5. California authorities are empowered to fine companies for violations.

Is your organization ready? Contact us to learn how we can help you navigate your road to compliancy.