On January 1st, 2023, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) will go into effect, expanding on the current CCPA. As a result, companies will be faced with requirements related to managing risks, similar to that of GDPR.
To guarantee compliance, the CPRA will require all organizations to fill out and readily have available completed Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA) that clearly identify and mitigate risk to the business, stakeholders, and the public. Unlike GDPR, these PIAs must be conducted, updated, and submitted on a regular basis.
Join the TrustArc privacy experts on this webinar as they help you prepare for the new CPRA requirements.
This webinar will review:
- Next Steps in CRPA
- Requirements for PIAs relative to CPRA
- Similarities/differences between CPRA and GDPR requirements
- How privacy software can save you resources in achieving CPRA compliance