In the absence of a federal privacy framework, the proliferation of US privacy laws continues to gain momentum. On the heels of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), the world saw the introduction of new US privacy laws from Virginia and Colorado in the form of the Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA) and the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA).
With the CPRA, CDPA, and CPA coming into force in 2023, businesses have a matter of months to prepare. But it’s not just the CPRA, CDPA, and CPA that organizations need to be aware of. Several new state privacy laws, like Utah’s Consumer Privacy Act (UCPA), are making their way through the legislative cycle in 2022 adding another level of complexity in the great US state privacy patchwork.
The US privacy landscape may be complex, but it doesn’t have to be confusing. Join OneTrust US privacy experts in an eight-part US Privacy Masterclass series where we’ll deep dive into the nuances of each law, walk through the most critical requirements impacting your organization, and provide actionable insights and steps you can take now to not only meet compliance, but build a proactive, trust-based privacy program.