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Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) Compliance

Achieve CPA compliance and foster a culture of accountability

Demonstrate transparency, achieve faster CPA compliance, and become a brand your consumers can trust with their personal data. 

Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) Compliance

A single platform for CPA compliance

Streamline your data privacy program with a centralized dashboard so you can leverage automation, access real-time regulatory updates, and implement CPA response workflows to speed compliance. 

Uncover data security gaps with cybersecurity assessments and utilize expert remedies to minimize risks. Share your readiness and benchmark your program against 300+ other organizations. 

Ensure Colorado residents are served the right opt-out controls with geo-targeting. Track verifiable consumer opt-ins and sync changes across systems to avoid the unauthorized sale of data. 

Easily update, centralize, and distribute meaningful privacy notices across platforms with a single dashboard to adhere to Colorado CPA notification requirements. 

Track key CPA compliance attributes when mapping data and utilize bulk importing to attach new attributes to your data and ensure data minimization and purpose specification under the CPA. 

August 21, 2024

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The CPA imposes new legal requirements for applicable businesses and data controllers. We address some frequently asked questions below. 

The Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) is the 3rd comprehensive consumer rights and privacy law enacted in the United States and is effective on July 1, 2023. It provides additional protection to Colorado residents’ personal data. 

Like other US privacy legislation such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) or the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA), the Colorado Privacy Act can be applicable  even if you are not based in the law’s region. It applies to controllers who conduct business or produce or deliver commercial products or services to Colorado residents. They also must either control or process 100,000 or more individuals’ personal data in a year or derive revenue or discounts from the sale of personal data and control or process the personal data of at least 25,000 consumers. 

Fundamentally, you must ensure your collection and processing of data is adequate, relevant, and limited to specified and necessary purposes. Business, or data controllers, must obtain opt-in consumer consent to data collection, have a universal opt-out mechanism of the processing of personal data, fulfill consumers’ requests to access, correct or delete of their data in a timely manner, and allow data portability so consumers could obtain a copy of their data. 

OneTrust Privacy and Data Governance Cloud helps you achieve compliance with real time regulatory updates, automated data privacy operations backed by AI, and easy auditing and reporting. We also provide access to a centralized repository of resources on the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) that includes the law’s text, guides, and regulatory guidance on the latest amendments. 

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