Make the CCPA compliance process easy!

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) comes into effect in January 2020 and impacts any business that maintains information on California residents.  JustProtect’s simple to use CCPA compliance package ensures all in scope requirements are considered before starting the costly and painful journey of compliance.

INVENTORY TECHNICAL ASSETS & DATA STORES

  • Document where in scope data stores reside
  • Manage 3rd parties with access to regulated data

JustProtect streamlines the CCPA compliance processes by making sure you inventory all your data assets.  As soon as the assets are inventoried you can determine if CCPA is even applicable to you!

INVENTORY TECHNICAL ASSETS & DATA STORES

    • Inventory on-premise & Cloud assets
    • Select which assets store CCPA data 
    • Select which 3rd parties have access to CCPA data

JustProtect streamlines the CCPA compliance processes by making sure you inventory all your data assets.  As soon as the assets are inventoried you can determine if CCPA is even applicable to you!

Almost half of all businesses weren’t ready for GDPR when it took effect last year. And they may not be set up for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), although most say they will be. 

There is a cost to compliance: 34% of the firms have spent from $100,000 to $499,999 on consulting and technology to adapt to GDPR, and 21% have spent from $500,000 to $999,999. 

Cost Of Continuous Compliance DataGrail

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CONDUCT INTERNAL CYBER RISK ASSESSMENT

  • Inventory 3rd parties
  • Perform Assessments
  • Manage 3rd party remediation tasks & risks

CCPA requires business’s implement and maintain reasonable security practices and procedures.  JustProtect’s pre-configured NIST-Cybersecurity Framework assessments enable the smallest of businesses to conduct a risk assessment.

CONDUCT 3RD PARTY DUE DILIGENCE

  • Inventory 3rd parties
  • Automate Risk Assessments
  • Manage 3rd party remediation tasks & risks

CCPA requires covered entities to perform due diligence on 3rd parties with access to CCPA regulated data. JustProtect can inventory, assess and manage 3rd party risks in a faction of the time taken by traditional methods.

If found liable for violating the CCPA, including for having a non-CCPA compliant privacy policy, businesses can be fined up to Seven Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($7,500.00) for each intentional violation, in addition to other remedies sought by the California State Attorney General. 

While the CCPA does not go into effect until January 1, 2020, given the complexity involved in ensuring full compliance with the law, it is essential that businesses consult with experienced counsel now to ensure that privacy policies are CCPA-compliant.

California State Attorney General

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