Identify where all personally identifiable data resides?
Define personally identifiable data relevant to the law?
Provide a historical data record to a requestor?
Rectify errors in an individual's data record?
Erase personal data on request?
Adequately manage consent forms?
Exclude an individual from decision-making algorithms?
Restrict the sale of an individual's data?
Provide an audit trail?
Manage privacy laws across government jurisdictions?
If you answered 'No' to any question, then your company may benefit from our Data Privacy Solutions.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CaCPA or CCPA) took effect on January 1, 2020.
This law—considered a "mini-GDPR"—impacts companies in the US that do business in California, and/or have customers or employees who reside in the state. Potential penalties may result in fines of up to $7,500 per violation, meaning companies with thousands of customers face millions in fines. The law includes a 12-month look-back period where companies may need a solution as early as January 1, 2019.
Get started today › CaCPA – The additional rights of the Data Subjects are:
+ Right to disclosure of the sale of data
+ Right to object to the sale of data
+ The selling of children’s data requires an opt-in
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect May 25, 2018.
This European regulation impacts companies in the US that do business in Europe or have European citizens as customers. The most serious violations could result in fines of up to 20 million Euros or four percent of annual global revenues, whichever is higher. Get started today ›
GDPR—The rights of the Data Subjects are:
+ Right to give or withdraw consent
+ Right to information
+ Right of access
+ Right to rectification
+ Right to erasure or “to be forgotten”
+ Right to restriction of processing
+ Rights related to notification obligation
+ Right to data portability
+ Right to object to data processing
+ Rights related to automated decisions
+ Right to notification of breach
+ Right to judicial remedy
A review of compliance gaps based on the strictest requirements across the data privacy regulations. The read-out is specific to each jurisdiction where a company is impacted.
If your organization has or is conducting a data strategy, we recommend including our data privacy solution as a core requirement.
A single data solution that can flex to meet the specific requirements of each jurisdiction. This helps ensure compliance as new states enact their own laws.
Each right requires its own data strategy and data management solution. We can help your company comply with each section of the law.