Rule-makers are moving toward giving consumers more control and stricter data protection.
As data utilization continues its ascent, the evolution of data privacy legislation remains ongoing.
The California Consumer Privacy Act is the latest proposed legislation fueling the trends toward regulated data management and protection.
If CPRA (California Privacy Rights Act) becomes law, your clients may need operational and system upgrades to comply.
Many software developers have already had to adapt their solutions to help their users comply with data privacy and security regulations. And those that haven’t yet, can count on the fact that they will.
Here's how the proposed California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) differs from the existing California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
Technically, it comes down to a clean schema. Practically, it may change the way an enterprise operates.
What’s your strategy for dealing with Consumer Protection Regulations?