CCPA Data Privacy Compliance Simplified

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Harold Byun, VP Products

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Considered one of the strongest data privacy laws in the United States, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is set to go into effect on January 1, 2020. Many organizations will struggle to comply and will need to examine their data collection, handling and monetization practices. Attend this webinar to learn about new techniques that allow for data minimization to simplify the compliance effort with minimal impact to the business. Review technologies that allow for confidential computing and privacy preserving analytics to facilitate data analytics and insights without impacting business operations. Join this webinar and learn the following: - Review key CCPA compliance criteria - Understand new consumer rights and protection guidelines - How to take steps to perform data minimization to help with compliance - Gain an understanding of privacy preserving analytics to help secure data for the business

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