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How to Comply with the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)

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With data being created, transferred, and submitted by the second, organizations have the ability to digitally collect, process and store Personal Identifiable Information (PII) all over the world. That’s why regulators in California are taking an increasingly active role in safeguarding personal data, first with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and now with the CPRA.

Everyone is familiar with the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), or has at least heard about it at this point, but there’s not an equivalent federal approach in the United States. Instead, state-level data privacy and data protection regulations are emerging across the country, with California being one of the first.

This report looks at current compliance with the original CCPA and how organizations are approaching compliance for CPRA, the updated and extended privacy legislation covering data on California residents. In this whitepaper, the experts from Osterman Research share:

  • What is the CPRA and how does it differ from the CCPA
  • The current status with data privacy compliance
  • Expectations for CPRA Compliance
  • Solutions for CPRA Compliance
  • And More!

Download this free and informative Whitepaper today!

Osterman Research is a market research firm delivering insight on cybersecurity, data protection and information governance. Osterman Research provides timely and accurate market research, cost data and benchmarking information to inform IT decision-makers and end-users.

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