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In our previous webinar, we discussed the key differences between the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), and who needs to comply.  In this webinar, we look at the practical steps you can take to extend your CCPA compliance project to your SAP systems, and provide you with a few tools that you can use to help you along the way.

About this webinar

CCPA compliance on SAP means double the complexity

When it comes to data compliance legislation, not only do compliance officers need to understand the nuances of laws across different geographies, they need to know how these laws affect processes and systems in practice.

The bad news is that no tool on earth can currently guarantee full compliance with all privacy laws in all jurisdictions. The good news is that there are a number of things your organization can do to get your SAP systems closer to compliance.

In this webinar, we look at the practical steps you can take to extend your CCPA compliance project to your SAP systems, and provide you with a few tools that you can use to help you along the way. Compliance projects take time to plan and execute, and with the implementation deadline looming, getting your data privacy plan in action is becoming more urgent than ever.

Key items covered are:

  • Understanding exactly where your CCPA-related data resides, and how it flows through systems
  • Limiting access to reduce risk
  • The role of GRC
  • Deleting, archiving and masking data
  • Implementing retention policies
  • Preparing for the worst: Preparation, Detection, Response, and Recovery strategies
About the presenter

Paul Hammersley, VP ALM Product Portfolio at EPI-USE Labs

For many years, Paul has been a remarkable technical force at EPI-USE Labs. As Head of Landscape and Data Services, his portfolio includes System Landscape Optimization, and his hands-on experience of implementing Data Sync Manager and helping clients to manage data across the breadth of their SAP landscape is unique. He has specialised knowledge about Data Security and how the GDPR will impact companies running SAP.

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