Understand the CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) and how to implement strategies to comply with this privacy regulation.
Established in June 2018, the CCPA was created to remedy the lack of comprehensive privacy regulation in the state of California. When it comes into effect on January 1, 2020, the CCPA will give California residents the right to:
Many organizations that do business in the state of California must align to the provisions of the CCPA. Much like the EU's GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), businesses that fail to comply with the CCPA will face economic penalties.
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About the author
Preston Bukaty is an attorney and consultant. He specializes in data privacy GRC projects, from data inventory audits to gap analyses, contract management, and remediation planning. His compliance background and experience operationalizing compliance in a variety of industries give him a strong understanding of the legal issues presented by international regulatory frameworks. Having conducted more than 3,000 data mapping audits, he also understands the practical realities of project management in operationalizing compliance initiatives.
Preston's legal experience and enthusiasm for technology make him uniquely suited to understanding the business impact of privacy regulations such as the GDPR and the CCPA. He has advised more than 250 organizations engaged in businesses as varied as SaaS platforms, mobile geolocation applications, GNSS/telematics tools, financial institutions, fleet management software, architectural/engineering design systems, and web hosting. He also teaches certification courses on GDPR compliance and ISO 27001 implementation, and writes on data privacy law topics.
Preston lives in Denver, Colorado. Prior to working as a data privacy consultant, he worked for an international GPS software company, advising business areas on compliance issues across 140 countries. Preston holds a juris doctorate from the University of Kansas School of Law, along with a basketball signed by Hall of Fame coach Bill Self.