California Consumer Privacy Act Services

California Consumer Privacy Act

The California Consumer Privacy Act is sweeping legislation that creates significant new requirements for retaining, protecting, managing and deleting consumers’ privacy information. Under the Act, consumers will have the right to know what personal information a business has collected about them, whether their personal information is sold/disclosed and to whom.  In addition to other requirements consumers will have the right to request certain information from businesses, including the sources from which a business collected the consumer’s personal information. Once the request is made, businesses must disclose the requested information free of charge within 45 days. With some exceptions, consumers can request that personal information a business has collected be deleted. With a relatively short deadline coupled with potentially significant penalties, organizations need to start developing a program now. 

Contoural CCPA Services

Meeting these requirements includes an integrated approach of policies, processes, technology and training. Contoural offers a complete suite of services to enable companies to become compliant quickly and cost-effectively.

California Consumer Privacy Act Services Include:

  • Data Privacy Maturity Assessment
  • Personal Data Inventory
  • Privacy Policies and Procedures
  • Privacy and Security Enhancements
  • Technology Requirements for Privacy and Security Controls
  • Taxonomy & File Plan
  • Implementation of Privacy and Security Controls
  • Privacy Communications and Training
  • Legacy Data Remediation
  • Privacy Organizational Development

These services allow organizations to either create new privacy processes and procedures or leverage and upgrade exisiting capabilities.

Deep Expertise in Privacy, Information and Data Governance

Contoural consultants average more than 20 years of experience in privacy, records management, information governance, content management, employee behavior change management and process development.  They include Certified Information Privacy Professionals, attorneys, certified records managers, technology experts in data classification and content management including former CIOs.

Contact us for more information or to schedule a call to discuss what we can do to help your organization reach compliance.

Intro to Information Governance Series: Introduction to Information GovernanceSeptember 13, 2018

Webinar Series: California Consumer Privacy Act: What Do You Need to Do? Part 1September 26, 2018

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