CPRA Compliance Rollout – Fast & Easy
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Deploy DSR forms & buttons on your website. Generate policies, conduct assessments, and more.
Respond to consumer requests using templates. Customize responses. Manage requests & workflow.
And, we make it easy to navigate privacy and security compliance. And, it is pay-for-use pricing.
CPRA (California Consumer Privacy Act or California Privacy Rights Act) is a privacy law applicable to companies doing business in California. Now consumers have new privacy rights. Your business needs to provide 2 ways to assist consumers to exercise their privacy rights. Businesses face hefty penalties and lawsuits for non-compliance. Few can afford penalties in the post-pandemic workplace.
A popular consumer products business automates privacy requests
Large volume financial transaction company protects customer data
A major hotel business deploy privacy requests management across multiple properties
The California Privacy Protection Agency can impose hefty penalties if you ignore consumer privacy rights or failure to comply with the new regulations. Upto $7,500 per intentional violation or a minimum of $2,500 for violation.
Upon any data breach, you are likely to face private class-action lawsuits. Between $100 to $750 per record of breached sensitive personal information. CCPA/CPRA requires you to have reasonable security to protect sensitive personal information.
You lose consumer trust when your business stands out for non-compliance. Lost trust impacts your brand value.
Essert delivers rapid CPRA compliance and roll-out. We provide software and services. Our software delivers CPRA privacy rights management and automation. We also provide personal inforamtion data lookup using privacy api engine. We answer a number of questions including a) what is CPRA? b) how to become compliant c) what are CPRA regulations? d) who does CPRA apply to? e) What is do not sell my info button? f) what constitutes personal information under CPRA? g) how do i make my website compliant? h) what about privacy laws in other states? i) do i need to prepare data maps? j) what is sensitive personal information? k) how about coppa and children’s data? l) how about mobile apps? m) what are authorized agents and what is the authorized agent process? California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA/CCPA) provides privacy rights and consumer protection for California residents. Officially called AB-375, Governor Jerry Brown signed this into law on June 28, 2018, further modified under ballot in 2020. Most businesses dealing with the personal information of California residents have to comply with this law. Your compliance plan needs to be in place and ready. For those who already understand GDPR and are already in compliance (GDPR compliance), this book may help you find ways to leverage your earlier investment. It is also designed to focus on data ethics, and the purpose of data collection. By reading or reviewing this book, you will be able to design a new path to privacy in your organization and address the following questions: 1) If your customer data is the product, should you rethink a new future? 2) Should you spend money on compliance or pay the penalties? 3) How do you use CPRA compliance as a competitive advantage? 4) How to de-risk your business from private litigation? As you take your first steps for CPRA compliance, you need actionable advice. You may need advice to rethink your data strategy.