2B Advice releases GDPR vs. CCPA comparison paper

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One of the more comprehensive data privacy laws to come out of the United States to date is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), scheduled to go into effect on January 1, 2020. This law creates a number of new rights for consumers and considerable compliance concerns for businesses with connections to California and its residents.

Looking for a quick comparison between GDPR vs. CCPA?

2B Advice privacy experts have done the analysis for you!

This paper is for Data Protection Officers, Privacy Officers, Privacy Managers, CISO’s, legal counsels, IT leaders, Marketing leaders or anyone else with a stake in customer privacy (B2B or B2C) who is looking for a quick analysis between these two privacy regulations. While CCPA was modeled on the landmark GDPR, there are numerous differences that companies should be aware of.

Or if you would like to listen live to our discussion about what’s similar and what’s different between CCPA and GDPR:

Join our live 30 minute webinar
on October 9 at 9 am Pacific, 12 Noon Eastern.

Space is limited so be sure to reserve your seat.

Have questions about how the new state privacy acts will impact your company?
Contact us today to speak with a privacy expert.

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