The California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA)

The CCPA builds upon existing California data security laws that provide for the confidentiality of personal information and require a business or person that suffers a breach of personal information to disclose that breach. The CCPA focuses on the online collection and management of consumer personal data for business applications.

Beginning January 1, 2020, the law will grant a consumer a right to request a business to disclose what specific personal information a business has, the purpose for which it was collected and who the data has been shared with. SecurityFirst can help organizations start to immediately protect data, while they develop and implement processes to support the CCPA.

CCPA Compliance and DataKeep™

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    Encrypts personal data-at-rest

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    Manages access to personal data by role or process

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    Audits data access requests / denials for encrypted personal data

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    Provides data erasure through cryptographic shredding

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    Manages policy and encryption keys from creation, through rotation to deletion


Keep Private Data Private

While January 1, 2020 is an important date for the CCPA, current California Civil Code states that businesses handling the personal information of Californian consumers should already have security in place to protect sensitive data.

DataKeep provides a broad range of features that include data access management, integrated key management, sophisticated encryption and event logging to deliver the scalability and flexibility to help protect the most sensitive workloads and easily integrates into your current security environment.

For more information on CCPA and DataKeep, please download the following