CCPA is expected to be enforced on or before July 1, 2020. Have you prepared for it? We can help you.
About the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
The CCPA is the first comprehensive law in the US to provide consumers with privacy rights. Businesses collecting, selling or disclosing California residents' personal information are likely to be subject to the CCPA requirements.
The CCPA applies to businesses that are for-profit, collect consumers’ personal information, determine the purposes and means of the processing of consumers’ personal information and do business in California. Not sure if you meet the requirements? We will help you to assess whether you need to comply with the CCPA.
The CCPA applies to organisations that do business in California and, similar to the GDPR, it is also applicable to those ones established outside of California if they collect, sell or disclose California consumers' personal information while conducting business in California.
The CCPA went into effect in 2018. It is expected to be enforced as of July 1, 2020.
Why should I choose Aphaia to get ready for CCPA?
Our clients typically buy more than one data protection service from us. For example, our CCPA clients have typically used our GDPR gap analysis or DPO services at an earlier stage.
Almost 90% of our data protection clients provide mobile apps or web-based services.
We provide data protection support to clients offering healthcare, fintech, recruitment, education, telecoms, real estate, entertainment, sharing economy, and e-commerce services.
Our clients are based worldwide, including the UK, Spain, the US, Central and Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. Where necessary, our services include global comparative regulatory assessments.