GDPR & the California Consumer Privacy Act
The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into force on May 25, 2018. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will take effect on January 1, 2020. Both of these laws strive to give consumers more control over how their personal information is stored and used.
Data protection and privacy is an important issue this day and age for the public. People want to make sure they are protected. With the rules & regulations for organizations becoming stricter as we move forward, this will help confidence with the public. GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act (2020) will provide people with more control over their privacy and personal data. It’s essential to understand the various aspects and conditions, as well as the implications of wrongdoing for organizations.
You must implement stricter policies and procedures to ensure data protection and privacy. Your institution needs to live up to the higher expectations of your clients while complying with GDPR and the CCPA to avoid harsh financial penalties.
With data protection and privacy becoming serious issues for the public due to enhanced technology and monitoring tools, the need now more than ever is to have effective regulations in place. Now that GDPR is effective and California will soon be, will this set a standard for other countries and states to follow?
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
- What led to these data protection and privacy laws?
- What are the requirements of GDPR?
- What are the requirements of the CCPA?
- How can these laws affect your institution even if you do not do business in Europe or California?
- What are the expectations for the future of data privacy?
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