Now that the California Consumer Privacy Act has officially taken effect, follow these 5 steps to ensure compliance, even if your organization is outside the Golden State.
According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, more than 164 million consumer records containing personally identifiable information (PII) were exposed in data breaches in 2019. Seemingly every week there is another massive consumer data breach reported and people the world over are increasingly concerned about how businesses are handling their PII. On the flip side, organizations are biting their nails, knowing that if they do not have the right data privacy and security policies and procedures in place, they too can become subject to brand-crippling breaches and resulting fines.
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