As home to Silicon Valley high tech and the global media capital in Hollywood, California helps lead innovation as the world’s fifth-largest economy. But the state’s citizens also have personal data at risk as they adopt Internet of Things (IoT) devices and share their personal and household information online. As a result, California has also become an innovator in legislation designed to protect personal information privacy, from the early days of SB 1386 for breach notification to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) taking effect in just a few short months from now. Are you prepared to do business with California citizens after January 1, 2020?
Join Nathan Turajski, Sr. Director, Data Privacy and Protection, as he reviews the CCPA, where you will learn:
- How privacy regulation is evolving beyond GDPR and prior mandates
- How a Data Privacy Governance Framework can help reduce risk
- How keeping data safe for business helps accelerate next-generation analytics, cloud migration, customer 360 insights, and more