CCPA vs. CPRA: Next Steps
On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) took effect, giving covered businesses six months to become compliant. Fast forward two years and the California Privacy Rights Act’s (CPRA) effective date is now on the horizon. The CPRA’s requirements will apply to personal information that has been collected since January 1, 2022, meaning that organizations that fall under the CCPA and CPRA’s scope will need to take some key next steps to bring their CCPA compliance programs in line with the CPRA’s new requirements.
The CPRA amends and expands several requirements outlined by the CCPA and introduces new rights for consumers and employees as well as establishing an independent enforcement agency, the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA). The CPRA includes an expanded scope to include employee data, a new category for sensitive personal information (SPI), and regular risk assessment requirements.
Download this eBook to learn more about the next steps you need to take to go from CCPA to CPRA compliance.
Learn more about:
- Expanded Data in Scope
- New Consumer & Employee Rights
- Data Policies for Retention & Sensitive Personal Information
- Risk Assessments & Cybersecurity Audits
- How OneTrust Helps to Automate CPRA Compliance