The landmark European privacy law GDPR lead the charge on providing individuals with privacy rights; since then privacy law activity has bubbled up across the United States, and the globe. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was one of the first states to pass a similar comprehensive privacy law in 2018, which became effective on January 1st, 2020. CCPA has added complexity to companies’ privacy strategies, but the lingering question is how serious will enforcement be for companies not in compliance?
Since July 1st, when enforcement for the CCPA became effective, the California Attorney General has been vocal on his seriousness to enforce and has indicated that notices have already been sent out to companies not in compliance. How can we predict enforcement? What parallels can we draw from GDPR to understand enforcement actions in the United States? Watch this webinar where we review the current enforcement landscape, what’s happening today, and how you can develop a privacy risk mitigation strategy to avoid enforcement actions against your company in the future.
Dan is a former Intel executive with many leadership roles who was pulled into the privacy space after a call from Intel about 5 years ago with GDPR on the horizon. They asked for a platform that could help them comply with the ongoing obligations of GDPR, as a result, Truyo was developed, which is now used by over 70 household name companies and reaches well over a billion users. Dan’s perspective comes from operating the Truyo platform which automates compliance for companies dealing with current and emerging privacy laws and he is now immersed in the space, involved in Arizona, Texas and federal privacy legislation.
Jordan L. Fischer is co-founder and managing partner of XPAN Law Group, LLC, a Women-Owned boutique law firm. She focuses her practice on international data privacy and cybersecurity and cross-border data management, with a special emphasis in European Union data privacy regulations, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Additionally, Jordan is a Teaching Professor of Law at the Thomas R. Kline School of Law, where she brings an interdisciplinary approach to her teaching, exploring the convergence of the law and technology, researching the practical implications of regional data protection regulations within a backdrop of the global economy. Jordan currently serves as the Vice-Chair for the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Committee. Jordan is also a board of trustee member of West Chester Friends School and served on the board of Women Owned Law from 2017 to 2020. Jordan is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E) and a Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM).