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Complying with the California Consumer Privacy Act


Data Security Solutions Webinar Series

On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will go into effect and fundamentally change privacy law in the United States. Thousands of entities doing business with California residents will need to undertake significant compliance efforts or risk substantial regulatory fines and penalties. 

Although the legislative and regulatory process over the next year may bring change and clarity to the CCPA’s requirements, there are numerous tasks that businesses need to be taking now to prepare for the CCPA. 

Some of the more daunting tasks include: 

  • Mapping the intake and flow of personal information (defined in the CCPA to mean almost any type of personal information, including browser history and cookies)
  • Creating work process flows to handle verifiable requests, which will require businesses to produce personal information to California residents or delete their personal information
  • Identifying third parties that receive personal information from the business and revising third party contracts as necessary 
  • Preparing to revise online privacy notices to comply with new disclosure requirements

During this webinar we will:

  • Provide a brief overview of the CCPA’s requirements, including the types of businesses it will cover and the rights it will provide to California residents
  • Identify the steps businesses need to take now to ensure compliance
  • Discuss what businesses should expect over the next year as the California legislature considers amendments to the CCPA and the California Attorney General’s office prepares to issue interpretative regulations

David Stauss, Partner
Bob Bowman, Partner

Who Should Attend
General counsel, technology officers, technologists, information privacy and information security professionals, compliance officers, business owners and C-suite executives.

Continuing Education Credit
This program is pending approval for Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin continuing legal education credit.

Questions? Contact Emily Kenyon at 816.983.8776.


David M. Stauss