More than 200 companies are offering products to help businesses comply with the newly enacted California Consumer Privacy Act, Bloomberg Quint reports. The CCPA went into effect Jan. 1 and enforcement is expected to start in July. It is thought companies will spend upwards of $55 billion on initial compliance. Startups, law firms and consultants are offering tools to minimize a company’s risk of exposing customers’ private information and to keep track of sensitive user data, as well as assistance navigating new data laws. (Registration may be required to access this article.) Editor's Note: The 2019 IAPP Privacy Tech Vendor Report compiles more than 225 vendors in the privacy compliance space.
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