"Reasonable Security": Prepping for California's New Privacy Law

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Tony Anscombe

The new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which gives consumers broad new rights to the ownership, security and control of their data, goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2020.

The CCPA’s demand for “reasonable security” practices will impact a vast number of business across the country. And that could affect your bottom line—because a data breach caused by failure to maintain that “reasonable security” can result in financial penalties or lawsuits.

To learn exactly what the new law entails, whether your business will be affected and how to prepare, join this webinar with ESET global cybersecurity evangelist Tony Anscombe. You will learn:

  • What types of consumer information are subject to the new law
  • The costs of non-compliance, including fines and civil suits
  • What steps to take now to prepare for the new regulations

Webinar details:

Topic: "Reasonable Security": Prepping for California's New Privacy Law
Duration: 35 minutes
Time: 11AM PT/ 2PM ET
A brief Q&A will be included