The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is fully in force as of July 1, but a new study from data privacy management firm Ethyca shows that more than half of organizations are still not prepared for it. This is a very late point in the game to get started, as CCPA enforcement actions can apply to violations that date all the way back to the beginning of the year.
Doing business in California? CCPA enforcement is now on the table
Any company that does business in California or handles the personal information of its residents is now subject to CCPA enforcement as of July 1, though the terms of the new law went into effect on January 1 and violations may have accrued since then. Many organizations are running out of time to make necessary changes before they begin facing complaints and state scrutiny. read more
Source: Scott Ikeda – CPO Magazine