CPRA compliance is a crucial aspect of doing business in California. The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) builds on the existing California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and gives consumers even more control over their personal information. To stay compliant with CPRA, businesses must follow a specific set of guidelines and best practices. Download this checklist to ensure your organization follows the right steps toward CPRA compliance.
With new consumer rights and the same rights being expanded to employees as well, businesses need to be prepared to handle these requests. Creating a data map, identifying stakeholders across your organization for a cross-department compliance team, updating policies to reflect new rights and notices required by the CPRA, and ensuring regular reviews, risk assessments and audits to optimize your processes are all key steps to making sure your business is CPRA compliant. The checklist contains the steps below, complete with a detailed walkthrough of how your company can achieve each step.
- Know your data
- Prepare for new consumer and employee rights requests
- Identify your internal “CPRA team”
- Update policies for “Do Not Share”, retention, and sensitive personal information
- Identify any gaps in process and address them
- Implement your privacy program
- Perform risk assessments and annual cybersecurity audits
By following these 7 steps, businesses can take the necessary steps to ensure CPRA compliance. Staying informed and up-to-date with the latest developments in the law, and having a dedicated team in place to handle the various aspects of compliance is key. Download the checklist to ensure your business can navigate CPRA compliance and protect their customers’ and employees’ personal information.