Though most of the work takes place at the front end, it is important for businesses to keep their CCPA compliance up to date as time passes. Besides responding to privacy requests as they come in, this means performing a few maintenance tasks on a quarterly and annual basis.
It’s also a good idea to review how long it is taking for staff to respond to requests.
Even if they are not formal privacy requests, these are messages that should still be answered.
Businesses must wait at least 12 months before asking a consumer to opt in again.
The Complete CCPA Guide is a great introduction to the data privacy law.
This is likely the most difficult task. You must review contracts with any new vendors to determine whether they qualify as CCPA service providers.
Your business’s data practices will likely change over time. At least once a year, make sure the data map is still accurate.
Check whether you are collecting personal information at any new points.
Make sure requests are being handled in a compliant manner. Also look for any areas that can be improved.
Service providers’ data privacy agreements (DPAs) may have been updated. Make sure you have the most current versions on file.
Subscribe to a data privacy newsletter for the latest developments with the CCPA and other laws.
Onboarding new vendors and staying up to date on changes to privacy laws can be time-consuming. With TrueVault, these maintenance tasks are easy to cross off the list so you can get back to your regular job. Our CCPA experts stay current on the latest developments in the law as well as changes to vendors’ data privacy agreements, and integrate these changes into our compliance automation tools.
Contact our team to learn how TrueVault can help your business get CCPA compliant and stay that way.
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