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August 28th, 2019
GDPR (the EU's General Data Protection Regulation) was just the beginning of a global wave of data privacy legislation that affects the way in which companies do business. The US is now following suit, with numerous states passing data privacy laws. On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will take effect. The CCPA is a bill that enhances privacy rights and consumer protection for residents of California in the United States. It provides Californian consumers with several rights regarding their personal information.
In this recorded webinar, we will compare the key differences between the CCPA and GDPR, and provide an overview of the types of organizations that need to become compliant.
Although both laws look to protect the personal data of consumers, there are key differences between the GDPR and CCPA. Companies should not assume that because they are compliant with the GDPR, they are also compliant with CCPA.
January 1, 2020 is coming soon and companies need to start preparing now to be compliant in order to avoid costly fines.
In this webinar, we will compare the key differences between the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and GDPR and provide an overview of the types of organizations that need to become compliant.
Key items covered will be:
GERICKE POTGIETER | SENIOR DATA ANALYST, EPI-USE LABS
Gericke is responsible for marketing systems management and data analytics at EPI-USE Labs. He is a qualified ISO 27001 Lead Implementer and has an MA in Socio-informatics (Decision Making Theory). He has spent most of his career in IT, strategy consulting and software development.