CCPA

California Consumer Privacy Act

About CCPA

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will take effect on January 1, 2020 introducing new data privacy rights for California residents. This forces significant changes on companies conducting business with customers resident in the State of California. This especially affects data-driven or online companies.

 

Compliance requires solutions for data mapping, consent management, access and delete requests and strong data access management controls.

Does CCPA Apply To My Company?

CCPA Criteria

Your business does not need to be based in California to be subject to CCPA. Compliance is necessary if you collect or sell the data of consumers resident in California and:

 

  • Your business receives or shares personal information of more than 50,000 California residents.
  • Your business derives 50% or more of its annual revenue from selling California consumers personal information.
  • You have over $25M in annual revenue.

Ethyca Automated CCPA Compliance Features

Deploy Ethyca to quickly take your organization from it’s current state to automated enterprise-wide compliance for California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

Real-time Data Inventory & Process Mapping

Automate CCPA data inventory assessment obligations with mapping based on real data transactions in your tech stack.

Automated Subject Requests (DSR)

Automation of Subject Access Requests (DSR/SAR) across your data stores and cloud platforms reducing execution time and cost while increasing accuracy.

Automated Subject Edit Requests

Automate individual user identification and editing of individual data attributes throughout your organization.

Subject Erasure Management

Identify and flag user data for deletion or fully automate deletion throughout your data stores and integrated cloud applications.

Consent Flow Automation

Automatically add consent management and flagging throughout your organizations data fields based on processing activities.

Strong Privacy Access Control

Connect to your existing directory services and extend with privacy processing activities to simplify adding strong data access controls.

Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA)

An API and CLI tools for risk assessment in developer workflows ensuring organizations easily comply with CCPA’s risk assessment criteria.

Questions about California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) for your business?

Tell us your data privacy concerns for a free, confidential assessment of the quickest method to achieve compliance ahead of CCPA on January 1, 2020.

Need more information on CCPA & Privacy Compliance?

Learn more about CCPA as well as best practices for privacy by design and privacy engineering over on our published magazine Privacy.Dev.

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