In many ways, the CCPA set the standard as the strongest privacy law in the United States, with follow-up laws in Virginia and Colorado taking a softer approach.
But while the CCPA sets the stage for serious fines against companies that violate the privacy rights of consumers when handling personally identifiable information (PII), the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), which goes into effect in 2023, will have an even bigger bite.
The CPRA expands upon some aspects of the CCPA and supersedes others, with a host of changes and expansions on the requirements and legal obligations of the previous law.
Whether your organization already has CCPA or GDPR compliance programs up and running or not, it's imperative to consider these new requirements before the CPRA’s January 1, 2023, effective date. So join us on July 27th for a live webinar, where you'll learn the intricacies of the CPRA and the new requirements it sets forth for businesses.
Jeff Edwards is a tech writer and analyst with eight years of experience covering compliance, information security, and IT.
As Chief Technology Officer Jason leads the Product and Engineering teams at Ensighten. Being part of Ensighten’s development team over six years ago when the Tag Management Platform was first designed gives him a unique perspective and experience on all our solutions; he has hence been influential in designing and implementing the majority of products in Ensighten’s portfolio. Prior to Ensighten, he started his career as an Engineer at Orbitz.com, where he gained experience in developing modern, scalable distributed systems. Jason earned a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.