WireWheel Whitepaper: 5 Key Steps to Managing Subject Right Requests

One of the most fundamental and most challenging requirements within the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is the issue of Subject Rights Requests (SRR). As CCPA becomes operative in 2020, many businesses are expecting an influx of requests and worry that their current process isn’t built for the scale and scope needed.

SRRs must be managed efficiently and securely to avoid significant financial and business risk. Preparing for SRRs under CCPA must be
a collaborative effort among data privacy officers, information technol- ogy teams, and business leaders.

This eBook provides a framework for SRRs that balances individual rights provided under CCPA with the realities businesses face when working to satisfy them. You can use this framework as a deci- sion-making tool as you create your SRR process. What’s more, having SRR requirements in mind can also guide how you select services and vendors, develop products, and make choices about personal data you collect and use.

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  • This whitepaper is offered free of charge by Data Protection World Forum Ltd (DPWF) in association with WireWheel. When subscribing, you are asked to furnish certain limited information for registration and analytics purposes. WireWheel may contact you in connection with the whitepaper. You are also given the option of consenting to receive marketing communications from DPWF and/or WireWheel. You have the right at any time to withdraw your consent to the use of your personal data for such purposes and to have your data deleted. DPWF and WireWheel are joint controllers of your data for the purposes of the Data Protection Act 2018 and we refer you to their respective privacy policies below.

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