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Do you have customers residing in California? If so, you need to prepare yourself for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) going into effect in January 2020. CCPA mandates data privacy protection for California consumers much like GDPR. Personal information for consumers, households, and devices is covered and it is broadly applied. It’s not just names and addresses or personal identifiers like driver’s license and social security number but includes: geolocation data; records of personal property; products or services purchased, obtained, or even considered for purchase; browsing history; education information; professional information; and more. And you need to know where all that information is.
In order to ensure compliance, it’s time to put data profiling to work! You need rapid insight into your data sources whether on traditional platforms or in your data lake, and you need to find the outliers, not just cursory review of data samples, that help you ensure you’ve identified all the places this information has spread to as the information has been copied, reported, and delivered from central data stores.
View this webinar on-demand where we talk through some of the salient points of CCPA and show you how to leverage Trillium Discovery to profile, assess, and evaluate the data sources to find this data at risk.