Io-Tahoe: 6 steps – Getting Ready for CCPA

Within the past few years, there has been growing concern about the need to manage and protect an individual’s personal data. Whether you are considering the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (which became effective at the end of May 2018), massive data breaches, or a reaction to companies that seek to monetize personal data without regard for protection of privacy, there is raised awareness about the need for policies and practices for data protection.

Here, Io-Tahoe present some suggestions for ensuring that your organization is prepared for implementing auditable and reportable compliance with the CCPA. Raising awareness of some of the complexities of compliance will help socialize strategic approaches to reinforcing the enterprise infrastructure and prepare for the coming deluge of privacy regulations as other countries and US states fall into line.

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