The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a privacy law that regulates how businesses all over the world are allowed to handle the personal information (PI) of California residents. The law which came into effect on January 1, 2020, is the first of its kind law in the United States. Established to protect consumer rights to Privacy, the legislation expects companies to be transparent about the use of consumer data and provide consumers full control over the use of their data. LEARN MORE ABOUT CCPA COMPLIANCE
Spend quality time with your team to understand your business process and requirements.
Help your management understand the processes of Compliance and define the Scope for CCPA.
Conduct a CCPA Audit to identify CCPA Compliance requirements that fall in your scope and evaluate your current risk exposure.
Streamline your ability to manage customer information and secure them against the risks of a data breach.
Identify gaps in your systems and controls which will in turn help you establish a robust Risk Management system.
We will together with your internal team define privacy controls and assist you in implementing necessary privacy controls.
Manage your ongoing compliance process by providing you with periodic advisory and audit assistance.
Develop a training program for your employees and provide you with resource materials to update your personnel.
CCPA applies to any business in the world that sells personal information for profit which would be of more than 50,000 California residents annually, or have annual gross revenue exceeding $25 million, or derives more than 50 percent of its annual revenue from selling the personal information of California residents.
Exemption from CCPA Compliance- Businesses that are exempted from CCPA Compliance include healthcare providers and insurers already under HIPAA, Financial Companies covered by Gramm-Leach-Bliley, and credit reporting agencies under the fair credit reporting act.
CCPA Audit cost for an average-sized company starts at $10,000. Pricing for CCPA Audit usually depends on several factors, including the Scope of Audit, Types of Business, Technology Platforms, Number of Locations, and other additional services.
On average it takes ,b>4-6 weeks to complete a CCPA Audit. However, the timeline also greatly depends on the time taken for implementing the remediation suggested in the initial gap analysis done prior to the actual audit.
You will receive an audit report documenting the details of the effectiveness of the Organization’s system and controls. The report will detail information about how your client information is secured with all necessary controls in place. Plus, you will get a Certificate of Compliance.
CCPA Audit Report is only valid for a year or 12 months from the date of issue and as per the Industry Standard requirement. Audit must be performed annually, or at least when significant changes are introduced that may impact systems and control in an environment.