California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

CCPA and "reasonable security": Are you ready?

The CCPA may apply to you even if your business isn't California-based. find out if you're affected and assess your readiness with our interactive quiz and guide to CCPA security.

Complying with CCPA: Why security matters 

Practical Guide to CCPA and Data Security

The act takes effect on January 1, 2020, but with some requirements retroactive to January 1, 2019 you need to get started now. Read this introduction to the CCPA to understand how your business is impacted and its requirements for "reasonable security".

Are you ready for CCPA and “reasonable security”?

Complete this two-minute questionnaire to find out if CCPA applies to your business and assess your readiness.

Please note that the findings and guidance are based on our understanding of the CCPA and are not legal advice. For legal advice, contact a qualified attorney.

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Latest CCPA Updates

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The window for proposed amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) ended on Friday, Sept. 13.

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