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PrivacyOps - Automation & Orchestration for Privacy Compliance

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The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was signed into law on June 28, 2018 and is scheduled to come into effect on January 01, 2020. Often compared to GDPR, CCPA protects consumers from mismanagement of their personal data and gives the consumer control over what data is collected, processed, shared or sold.

The solution enables organizations to meet CCPA compliance requirements through AI-driven PI data discovery, DSR automation, documented accountability, enhanced visibility into data processing activities and AI-driven process automation.

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A Complete PrivacyOps Solution for CCPA  Compliance and Automation

Automate consumer data access request handling

CCPA: 1798.100, 1798.105, 1798.110, 1798.115

Notify consumers of their data privacy rights and simplify the initiation of verified data access requests. Automate generation and delivery of secure data access reports.

Secure fulfillment of data access requests

CCPA: 1798.130

Disclose the required information to the consumer within 45 days of receiving a verifiable data request. Free of charge, and delivered through a secure portal.

Fulfill CCPA 'do not sell' requests

CCPA: 1798.120 (a), 1798.135 (a)

Seamlessly fulfill do not sell requests by automating consumer verification and fulfillment workflows.

Continuous monitoring and tracking

CCPA Governance

Continuously scan and monitor data for non-compliance with deletion and opt-out requests. Surface new PD types, categories and data flow risks on an ongoing basis.

Automate PI data linking

CCPA Governance

Discover personal information stored across all systems and link it to the owner of the personal data. Visualize the data sprawl by identity and identify compliance risks based on subject residency.

Enable opt-out mechanisms

CCPA: 1798.135.(1)(2)

Enable localized consent banners with a description of a consumer’s rights and a clear and conspicuous Do Not Sell link.

Monitor and track consent

CCPA Governance

Monitor consent to ensure data is processed legally. Track consent revocation to prevent the sale or transfer of data without consent.

Assess CCPA readiness

CCPA: 1798.135.(1)(2)

Use our collaborative, multi-regulation, readiness assessment system to measure your organization's posture against CCPA requirements, identify gaps and address risks. Seamlessly expand assessment capabilities across your vendor ecosystem to maintain compliance with CCPA requirements.

Assess third parties

CCPA: 1798.105(c), 1798.145

Track, monitor and manage privacy and security readiness for all your service providers from a single interface. Collaborate instantly, automate data requests and deletions, and manage all vendor contracts and compliance documents.

Map data flows

CCPA Governance

Trace data flow across your digital estate, catalog data collection and transfer points and document all business process flows internally and to service providers or 3rd parties.

How helps you comply with CCPA support organizations in their journey towards CCPA compliance through enhanced data visibility and automation.

See how our comprehensive PrivacyOps platform helps you comply with various articles of CCPA.

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discipline of PrivacyOps

PrivacyOps is the combination of philosophies, practices, cross-functional collaboration, automation, and orchestration that increases an organization’s ability to comply with a myriad of global privacy regulations reliably and with greater speed. 

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5 key data subject rights encoded within CCPA

Consumers have the right to learn categories of personal information that businesses collect, sell, or disclose about them, and to whom information is sold or disclosed.
Consumers have the right to request businesses to delete all the personal information that the business has collected about them.
Consumers have the right to prevent businesses from selling or disclosing their personal data.
Consumers have the right to hold businesses responsible for security breaches of consumers’ personal data even if consumers cannot prove injury.
Consumers have the right to equal service and price, whether or not they choose to exercise their privacy rights.

Quick facts about CCPA


1st comprehensive US data protection law.


All organizations that store data pertaining to California residents are required to comply with the CCPA.


Businesses don’t have to be located in California to be impacted.


CCPA impacts 40m California residents and more than 0.5m businesses in the US.