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You won’t need data experts to run our privacy platform. We take away the complexities to make privacy compliance easy for any size company.
Respond to requests, track response timelines, and manage record keeping so your business stays compliant, meets deadlines, and avoids expensive fines.
Give your customers better control over their personal data and benefit from increased brand strength, consumer trust, and enhanced customer loyalty.
To protect consumer privacy, U.S. states have introduced legislation that defines how companies can gather, use, store, and manage customer data. It doesn’t matter where you operate – these regulations apply to your business if your customers reside in any one of these states:
A platform tailored to your unique business needs. Retail, finance, healthcare, hospitality, food service and other industries all have unique data sources and privacy requirements.
PrivacyCare is easy to deploy and simple to use. It allows you to focus on your core business while knowing all your privacy needs are handled.
Consumer data privacy laws are constantly changing and new ones are added regularly. Our team keeps the platform updated so you can stay focused on running your business.
With limited budgets and resources available to implement all the necessary requirements, small and medium-sized businesses may be challenged to comply with consumer data privacy regulations. If you fail to comply with CPRA regulations, you may face expensive financial penalties and possible damage to your reputation.
It doesn’t matter where your business is located-–the CPRA applies to your company if your customers reside in California. If you fail to comply with CPRA regulations, you may face expensive financial penalties and possible damage to your reputation. It’s important to note that CPRA defines sensitive personal information more broadly than CCPA. Under CPRA, personal information includes race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and health data.
On September 30, 2022, the Colorado Attorney General’s office published proposed Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) rules, a lengthy set of regulations that may significantly expand the CPA’s requirements and will require businesses to carefully examine their compliance obligations.
Avoid costly fines, protect your customers personal data and protect your brand value by building customer trust. Jumpstart your consumer data privacy program and get started for free today.Get Started
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