On-Demand Webinar

Is the New California Privacy Act the Next GDPR and Why Should I Care?

May 2, 2019


The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was signed into law by the governor of California in June of 2018. Much like the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in the EU, California’s law aims to give consumers more control over how their data is used.

In this session, cybersecurity expert Carol Woodbury is joined by Donnie MacColl, HelpSystems’ resident GDPR expert. They compare CCPA to GDPR, and discuss why most organizations—not just those from California—will be affected. You’ll learn what’s certain about CCPA, what could change, and what IT pros can do now to start preparing.

CCPA is scheduled to take effect in January of 2020, so you don’t want to miss this timely discussion!

Are You Ready for CCPA?

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