It’s important for security professionals to understand how the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will affect how they do their jobs. Businesses that fail to comply with CCPA could face penalties of up to $7,500 per violation and individuals can seek damages through a class action. For these reasons, security professionals must understand why it’s important for vendors to comply with CCPA, and why those that do not can be an unacceptable risk for companies. 

This guide explores questions pertaining to CCPA and best practices for supplier readiness.

The CISO's Guide to Supplier CCPA Readiness  

The Guide to Supplier 
CCPA Readiness for Security and IT Teams

It’s important for security and IT professionals to understand how the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will affect how they do their jobs. Businesses that fail to comply with CCPA could face penalties of up to $7,500 per violation and individuals can seek damages through a class action. For these reasons, IT professionals must understand why it’s important for vendors to comply with CCPA, and why those that do not can be an unacceptable risk for companies. 

This guide explores questions pertaining to CCPA and best practices for supplier readiness.

Overview of CCPA

The consequences of noncompliance

To whom CCPA applies

What CCPA provides

Personal information according to CCPA

Service providers vs. third parties

The requirement for cybersecurity

Cost of CCPA compliance

Topics include:

Overview of CCPA

The consequences of noncompliance

To whom CCPA applies

What CCPA provides

Personal information according to CCPA

Service providers vs. third parties

The requirement for cybersecurity

Cost of CCPA compliance

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