CCPA 101 Series - Legacy Personal Information Deletion

Legacy Personal Information Deletion

A key step to successfully complying with privacy laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act is deleting a consumer’s personal information upon request, including all legacy information you may have. Often it’s challenging just putting a go-forward strategy in place – how can you be expected to go back and address all of that older information as well? In this webinar, we’ll discuss how to develop a strategy for addressing your legacy personal information, so you are able to fully respond when a consumer requests you delete all of their personal information.

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ACC Webcast: IG 101 - An Information Governance Class Part 1

Association of Corporate Counsel

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CCPA 101 Series - CCPA and State Privacy Overview and Updates

CCPA and State Privacy Overview and Updates

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Creating Modern, Compliant, and Easier-to-Execute Records Retention Schedules In this white paper, Contoural outlines the best practices for creating and maintaining a records retention schedule that is modern, compliant and eas... 2018-01-01
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