Balancing Regulatory Requirements with Common System Shortcomings
The California Consumer Privacy Act puts the California consumer at the center of the requirements companies must meet as of Jan. 1st. Unfortunately, for many companies, this is not how their information systems were designed to process personal information. Getting ready for CCPA requires companies to reassess how data is organized, and what controls should be put in place to enable compliance and reduce the risk of data loss.
Join Sagi Leizerov of Dataguise and Chadwick Quayle of Honeywell, who each have more than 20 years of experience spanning privacy, data governance, security and IT, for an enlightening discussion on practical matters regarding CCPA compliance.
Topics to be discussed:
- Their recommended “To Do” list when preparing for CCPA
- Considerations for the data you should keep
- Requirements and short comings regarding your CA customers
- Regulatory obligations, including 3rd parties
- Understanding the Right to Erasure/Right to be Forgotten
Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
Knowledge Manager, IAPP
Sagi Leizerov, CIPP/US
Senior Vice President, Enterprise Privacy Solutions, Dataguise
Chadwick Quayle, CIPP/IT
Principal Global Privacy Data Architect, Honeywell