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The CCPA is here, and your SAP system is not compliant. Now what?

Jan 22, 2020 4:01:17 AM

Since its hasty inception, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has stirred up debate across the United States. As more states develop data privacy laws, many businesses struggle to comply with laws that often contradict each other. Read on to learn how the CCPA impacts you.

  1. The CCPA landed on 1 January 2020
  2. Am I supposed to comply?
  3. What can I do to comply with the CCPA?
    1. I have no data privacy program
    2. I am busy implementing a program in line with GDPR or other legislation
    3. I have a fully developed data privacy program
  4. Need some help?
  5. Disclaimer

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The future of the CCPA: What about a Federal law?

Sep 27, 2019 6:16:55 AM

This blog discusses the potential issues around implementing CCPA compliance if a superseding federal law is enacted. It covers:


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What's popping with POPIA?

Sep 18, 2019 6:26:02 AM

In this blog post, we provide a quick overview of the POPI Act, how it differs from GDPR, and practical steps you can take towards POPI compliance, specifically for SAP systems.


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SAP data redaction for GDPR: it’s scary!

Aug 7, 2019 1:57:10 PM



Controlling the risk

As we all know now, GDPR (the General Data Privacy Regulation) has brought in the requirement that every company has to be able to remove data both proactively, against retention criteria, and reactively, in response to an individual’s request, where no legal reason to hold the data remains. Similar requirements are apparent in other global data privacy legislation. For the last two years, I have been running implementations throughout Europe of the EPI-USE Labs’ solution to this challenge.


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PIPEDA: A Practical Guide, Part 1

Jul 11, 2019 6:23:35 PM

Governments worldwide are prioritizing data privacy and personal information security, and have invested significant resources in creating data privacy laws and amending existing ones. The EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) was created to protect the individual citizens of the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA). However, its influence has extended beyond its intended borders, making it a more global law and leading to updated data security and privacy legislation in other countries.