Maintain Customer Trust, Never Miss A Deadline
Allowing individuals to request to see what information an organization maintains about them is not a new privacy right. This right is rooted in the state-citizen relationship and later was included in the Fair Information Practices and privacy regulations that also apply to the interaction of individuals with other types of organizations. There are many names for this right, but it is commonly referred to as a Data Subject Access Request or DSAR. The right to make a DSAR has been getting more attention in recent years due to regulations such as the CCPA and GDPR that added new facets to it, as well as updated compliance timelines.
When a business receives a DSAR, the clock starts ticking. Businesses have 30 days to comply and complete the entire DSAR process. Register to receive this educational Infographic to understand:
- Who needs to comply with CCPA and GDPR
- The DSAR process businesses need to follow
- Why it’s so critical to comply efficiently and effectively