CCPA Enforcement Begins on July 1st – Will Your Business Be Ready?
By | 06.19.2020 | Client Alerts
Beginning on July 1, 2020, the California Attorney General’s office may bring enforcement actions and impose penalties for violations of the CCPA. Companies should get into compliance as soon as possible. Join this free webinar to get informed.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
- California enforcement that begins on July 1st
- What is a CCPA violation, and what are the associated fines
- What your company needs to do to comply with the law and avoid fines
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|Stephanie O. Sparks is a shareholder of, and chairs the firm’s Privacy & Data Security and Intellectual Property teams. She counsels companies on privacy laws and helps them create and implement administrative, technical, and physical safeguards for data security. Stephanie also conducts onsite data security and compliance assessments; provides privacy and data security awareness training; prepares record management policies, record retention/destruction schedules, and data breach incident response plans; prepares and advises on Data Processing Addenda, and other agreements involving privacy and data transfers and protection. Stephanie manages an online service provider’s responses to government requests for information, including search warrants, pen register trap & trace orders, and Title III electronic surveillance orders. She helps firm clients prepare for, and she manages all aspects of, the inevitable data breach.|
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