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IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2019
September 24 - September 25
How to Prioritize CCPA compliance and prepare for Board & Regulator reporting
Most organizations approach privacy and data protection legal requirements as a project to complete. For example, for some, the GDPR was viewed as a project, with deliverables and budget tied to an end date of May 25, 2018. In reality, that was the start date in which organizations must be able to demonstrate an ongoing capacity to comply as January 1, 2020 will be for the CCPA. In addition, increasingly boards are requiring reporting on privacy-related concerns. Hear from practitioners on lessons learned from previous privacy law compliance projects. Learn how to structure privacy program and CCPA compliance reports to allow for efficient, streamlined and structured reporting to help address Board concerns, justify privacy program priorities and budget.
What you’ll take away:
• Learn how to prioritize your CCPA compliance efforts and focus on the initiatives that have the greatest impact on demonstrating compliance
• Identify the privacy initiatives that will lay the groundwork for ongoing compliance (e.g. learn about the power of a records of processing inventory)
• Leverage existing privacy law initiatives and project workstreams into sustainable business processes
• Learn how to effectively report on key compliance requirements so that you can communicate with key stakeholders, the Board and also be “regulator-ready”