Essert brings the expertise to update your internal and external privacy policies to reflect CPRA/CCPA compliance.
Essert brings the team to implement and improve your privacy rights management process. This will include support to deploy intake automation, and workflow process.
Essert conducts private action risk assessment. We use CIS 20 security controls assessment and provide the recommendations needed to mitigate security risks.
A CPRA gap assessment is an evaluation of the current state of a company’s cybersecurity posture, risk management processes, and compliance with data protection regulations. It aims to identify any gaps or weaknesses in the company’s cybersecurity defenses and provide recommendations for improvement.
To conduct a gap assessment, Essert will perform a thorough review of its current security measures, policies, and procedures. This may include an analysis of the company’s network architecture, systems, and applications, as well as a review of employee training and awareness programs.
The gap assessment may also include an assessment of the company’s compliance with other relevant data protection regulations, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
The results of the gap assessment will be used to identify areas where the company’s cybersecurity defenses may be inadequate or vulnerable to attack. Based on this analysis, the company can then develop a plan to address any identified gaps and improve its overall cybersecurity posture.