This webcast aired on October 25, 2022.
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The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), effective in 2023, is the most restrictive data protection law in the United States, with severe limits on consumer profiling, the creation of an enforcement agency, and substantial increases in penalties.
It is critical for organizations to carefully assess their CPRA compliance programs to identify gaps, avoid pitfalls, and minimize risks. Even organizations that have implemented a California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) compliance program will need to consider enhancements to meet CPRA requirements.
The CPRA’s extension of rights for employees beyond the right to know and a right to private action in the event of a breach of unencrypted data will present a unique set of challenges for organizations that need to understand what data they hold on their employees and where that data is stored, taking into account the CPRA’s lookback period that began Jan. 1, 2022.
Is your organization prepared to futureproof its privacy program considering the key changes brought about by the CPRA and the domestic and international variations that are certain to follow? Join this session to uncover the holes in your current program, why it needs your immediate attention, and how to fix it for a smooth sail across the CPRA waters.
- An overview of the CPRA’s requirements and new obligations imposed on businesses
- Why you a need strategic and defensible data retention framework to comply with the CPRA
- Key elements to successfully operationalize your CPRA compliance program
Michael Hellbusch, Partner, Intellectual Property – Rutan & Tucker, LLP
Amalia Barthel, Senior Privacy Advisor – Exterro
Robert Fowler, Director, Strategic Partnerships – Exterro