CALIFORNIA PRIVACY REGULATIONS
California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and its follow-on regulation, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) require significant changes to traditional personal data processing practices and technologies.
CPRA will also ultimately extend its reach beyond just consumers to include other types of personal relationships, as well as require GDPR-style risk management and accountability. CPRA also requires assessment of the likelihood of harm from processing to an individual's rights.
Like GDPR, these new laws enumerate personal rights that must be supported and invest individuals with significant control over how their data is collected, stored and used.
ContextSpace provides comprehensive support for CCPA and CPRA legislation. Of course, being subject to California laws does not exempt organizations from other State or International privacy legislation.
By moving privacy rules out of applications and into infrastructure-based enforcement, ContextSpace is able to protect companies across multiple specific privacy regulations simultaneously, including GDPR, CCPA, CPRA and other emerging regulations, using just one solution.