January 1, 2020, marks the start of not only a new decade, but also a new set of data governance challenges that will impact companies around the world. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) imposes significant additional requirements to the ways in which companies manage data related to the consumers with whom they interact.
Even for businesses that have excelled at meeting the requirements of GDPR and other compliance frameworks, CCPA introduces additional compliance challenges that require new data governance tools and strategies. The core challenges of CCPA compliance involve finding and managing a broad set of personal and household data in ways that meet and maintain regulatory requirements – making data profiling, data quality processes, and data governance essential for complying with CCPA.
Read this white paper now to learn why it’s crucial for organizations to adopt the solutions they need to find, connect, monitor and govern the many types of data that CCPA protects.