The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), with its January 2020 deadline, will be just as significant a compliance project as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was – particularly when it comes to third parties.
However, the CCPA comes with its own distinct challenges. First, the language is not the same as GDPR, and so it’s important for organizations and third parties who are GDPR-compliant to undertake a gap analysis and not automatically assume they are CCPA-ready.
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As the Internet of Things (IoT) evolves, it will offer organizations the opportunity to create an unprecedented range of potential products and services. By embedding the internet into computer systems inside of cars, appliances, and other physical things, manufacturers will be able to offer new functionality as well as additional services. Smart homes and intelligent cars are already on the consumer market in many countries. Applications for this technology in a business-to-business environment are equally promising.
Topics: third party risk management, Data Security & Privacy, GDPR, information security, cybersecurity, cybersecurity regulation, cyber-security, cyber risk, cyber regulation, internet of things, IoT