Enterprise Compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is the first major consumer privacy law enacted at the US-state level and is meant to enhance consumer privacy rights for residents in the state of California. The requirements of the CCPA are far-reaching and go beyond the state of California. Many businesses that collect or sell the personal information of Californians will be subject to the CCPA even if they do not operate in the state of California.

In this webinar, learn some practical steps your organization can take to implement CCPA-compliant privacy notices and web applications.

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