Exterro, in collaboration with software provider Jordan Lawrence, has released a sponsored white paper discussing what organizations need to focus on in their efforts to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act. The guidance explains that the "consequences for [noncompliance] are extreme — legally, financially, and reputationally. Perhaps the greatest threat companies face under the CCPA are data access demands from residents and litigation that will be driven by the plaintiffs’ bar." The white paper details data inventory management, data disposal and the need to identify third-party data processing as the areas to consider most to achieve CCPA compliance.
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