The OneTrust Privacy and Data Governance Cloud simplifies the intake and fulfillment of consumer rights requests and automates data discovery, classification, and mapping so you can comply with the regulation and build trust with consumers.
Automate the consumer request process including intake, ID verification, data discovery, deletion, and secure response. Facilitate opt-out of sale requests with pre-built templates and deploy across owned and third-party platforms.
Track verifiable consumer consent and sync across systems to avoid unauthorized sale of data, offer a customized preference center, and maintain central records of consent to demonstrate compliance.
Maintain up-to-date mapping of your IT systems, business processes, and third parties. Deploy through automated data discovery and semi-automated assessments.
Centrally track, manage, and report on incidents and automate your incident investigations and workflows. Link incidents to your Data Map to fully understand incident risk and severity.
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We address some of the basics about the Nevada Privacy Law to support your compliance and trust transformation journey.
The Nevada Privacy Law and Senate Bill 220 (SB-220) was enacted in 2019 and went into effect on October 1, 2021. It amended an earlier online privacy law and gives Nevada citizens the right to opt out of sale of their personal information.
The law applies to anyone who sells or conducts business with Nevada or Nevada citizens and collects and maintains personal information of state residents. This includes commercial website operators and data brokers. Certain entities are exempt, such as third-party hosting providers, health care professionals covered under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA), and mechanics who collect data while servicing a motor vehicle.
Companies must allow Nevada citizens to opt out of the sale of their personal information. They must create an address where individuals can submit their privacy rights request and respond to those requests within 60 days.
Our Privacy and Data Governance Cloud operationalizes the law’s requirements. It streamlines the opt-out of sale requests with pre-built templates, automated verifiable consent tracking and recordkeeping. Our regulatory database powered by legal experts helps stay up to date with the law’s amendments.
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