The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) caused many U.S. companies to rethink their approach to data privacy when the law went into effect on January 1, 2020, and again when enforcement began on July 1, 2020. Now, those businesses may need to rethink their data management strategy once more, thanks to a new measure on November’s ballot. Join Paul Starrett, Beth Winters and Darryl Richardson for a roundtable discussion on Surviving the Next Chapter of the CCPA: What It Means for Your Unstructured Data Management on August 18, 2020.
In this discussion, we focus on the key differences between the existing version of the CCPA and the newly proposed California Proposition 24 (also referred to as CCPA 2.0 or the CPRA), and how you can prepare for those changes in the event the measure is adopted. We also discuss the problems with unstructured data and data privacy and how you can gain control of your unstructured data with Aparavi’s Automated Data Governance & Compliance Solution.
Paul Starrett, CFE, EnCE is an attorney and forensic consultant with Starrett Consulting, a boutique investigative, cyber security and risk-management consulting firm composed of best-of-breed affiliated professionals and strategic partners. Since 90% of information is found in electronic form, and 80% of this data is “unstructured,” Starrett Consulting employs cutting-edge resources to wrangle this data into useful and manageable information, all in a cost-effective, defensible manner.
Beth Winters, JD/MBA is an attorney and Solution Marketing Manager with Aparavi, where she loves combining her passion for marketing, legal technology and business insights to help corporations solve their unstructured data management problems.
Darryl Richardson, MSCP is Chief Product Evangelist at Aparavi and an expert in data management, file governance, archiving, eDiscovery and information intelligence.