- Get ready for California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) compliance. On January 1, 2020, consumers will have the right to request personal information about them collected or sold by a business during the preceding 12 months.
- Ensure ongoing compliance with federal, state, or local laws governing data privacy. These laws are not impacted by the CCPA.
- Keep current with cyber-insurance coverage. Given the potentially devastating costs of a data breach, businesses must keep current with the rapidly evolving landscape of cyber-insurance coverage.
- Develop a data breach response plan and practice its implementation. An actual data breach should not be the first test of your response plan.
- Take a multi-jurisdictional approach to data privacy compliance. For example, compliance in California may not satisfy obligations under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
IR Global Guide - The Future of Data Privacy: Glaser Weil Feature Interview
As we enter the age of artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, our personal data matters more than ever. The IR Global Guide interviewed Glaser Weil partner, Aaron Allan and associate, Alexander Suarez regarding the future of data privacy and how data privacy laws in California are changing in response to GDPR.