The CCPA Enforcement Era Begins: What to Expect from California’s Privacy Act

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Following the introduction of the EU GDPR in 2018, the state of California introduced its own data security act this year, offering privacy standards for its consumers. Officially launched in January, the CCPA has been broadly welcomed across the industry as a refreshing take on data privacy legislation.

However, after seven months of working under this new legislation, enforcement is set to begin no later than July 1, and we could see a lot of action and enforcement taken as CCPA enforcement begins.

In this webinar, we take a detailed look at what the CCPA is and assess what we can expect from it.

Key takeaways:

  • What the CCPA is all about, and how it applies to your business
  • What the dates mean in terms of compliance and monetary enforcement
  • How you can achieve compliance with CCPA and other data privacy and protection standards
  • What we can expect to happen under CCPA enforcement in the next six-12 months


Natasha Amlani

Associate, Perkins Coie LLP

    Caitlin Fennessy

    Research Director, International Association of Privacy Professionals

    Caroline Thompson

    Head of Underwriting, Cowbell Cyber

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