The clock is ticking towards the January 1, 2020 deadline when the much-anticipated California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) will take effect. CCPA is the most sweeping legislation to date in the U.S. that concerns the protection of personal information.
Privacy legislation varies for each state, and is evolving as time passes. To help you view the status of privacy bills, here is a quick chart view of laws to date.
If you are a business in the United States, or anywhere for that matter, its time to start taking notice at where your consumers are located; Because compliance regulations such as those implemented by the European Union, California and Colorado may apply to your organization if you hold the personal information and data of people […]
As we have outlined in prior articles, states such as California, Colorado, and New York are actively implementing regulations that will enforce compliance regulations concerning the management of personal information with reasonable security. Like cybersecurity itself, legislation is a dynamic process and states continue to tweak and add amendments to the existing laws.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and more states are shaping data privacy management for reasonable security.