To cost-effectively ensure that you are complying with data privacy laws like GDPR and CPRA, business owners will have to manage and track consumers’ requests to opt out, review, access, delete and obtain their data. Are you ready for 2023 consumer data privacy laws?
Consumers worldwide are increasingly concerned about how, where, and when their personal data is used, stored, and shared. When it comes to trusting organizations with their personal data, data transparency is a top priority for consumers. They look to the government to pass laws that protect their data. Consumers are increasingly protecting their data by exercising their privacy rights and switching to providers they trust.
In the U.S., three significant privacy laws are set to come into effect in 2023–the California Privacy Rights Act, the Colorado Privacy Act, and the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act. Additional laws, both in the U.S. and abroad, are expected as governments look to extend protections for individual freedoms. If you need to build or update your privacy program for 2023, now is the time.
An effective data privacy program incorporates policies, procedures, and programs that protect companies and their customers’ and employees’ information. By addressing the requirements, a business can:
By understanding the five tenets of privacy protection, small- to medium-sized companies (SMBs) can launch and guide programs that increase compliance and decrease risk. These tenets include:
By addressing each of these tenets, business leaders can facilitate planning and the evaluation of a company’s strengths and weaknesses regarding privacy. To successfully navigate this evolving landscape, SMBs need to prepare. While each company's compliance needs may differ, the steps listed below can help business leaders take a strategic approach to compliance and risk:
To cost-effectively ensure that you are complying with data privacy laws like GDPR and CPRA, you will have to manage and track consumers’ requests to opt-out, review, access, delete and obtain their data.
Business owners and leaders need a system for tracking consumer requests to opt-out, review, access, delete, and obtain their data. Without an accurate system for tracking the status of each request, business owners risk costly penalties and damage to their reputations.
To strengthen and enhance customer loyalty, PrivacyCare offers a system that features:
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PrivacyCare CEO and Co-Founder Brad Garsten joins Microsoft, Squire Patton Boggs and moderated by IAPP - International Association of Privacy Professionals, to discuss the business, legal, and technical implications of the new state privacy laws and how they will impact your business.
January 20, 2023
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.
December 17, 2022
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.
December 17, 2022
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