[Part 3] US Privacy Series: Effectively Governing Personal and Sensitive Personal Information
1 hr | ON DEMAND
The growing patchwork of US Privacy regulations like California’s CPRA, Virginia’s CDPA, and Colorado’s Privacy Act challenge businesses to understand the laws they are required to comply with and build processes for compliance. To ensure the responsible use of data across business systems businesses must look to automate their processes for managing personal information and enforcing data policies.
Join us for part 3 of our 3-part webinar series on US Privacy Compliance for a discussion on effectively governing data within business systems where personal and sensitive personal data exist. This webinar will include:
- An overview of the existing US Privacy laws: CCPA, CPRA, CDPA and CPA
- The definitions and differences of personal information, sensitive personal information and whether you should use an opt-in or opt-out when collecting such data
- How automated data discovery allows you to document purpose for processing, automatically flag violations, and enforce governance of policies like data retention and minimization
- How to effectively govern opt-outs and limitation of use requests in business systems