The CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) is a data privacy law that took effect on January 1, 2020 in the State of California. Following the passing of Prop 24, the CPRA (California Privacy Rights Act) will take effect officially on January 1, 2023 and replace the CCPA. The CPRA is widely viewed as California’s version of the EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). It gives consumers more control over their personal data, and holds businesses more accountable for protecting the data they collect and process. Section 1798.130(a)(6) of the Act requires regulated businesses to provide CPRA training to employees dealing with consumer inquiries related to company privacy practices, as well as anyone responsible for the organization’s CPRA compliance.
If the CPRA affects your organization, it is important that your employees understand it and know how to comply with its requirements.
Certified CPRA Foundation training
Develop your team’s awareness and knowledge of the CPRA and support your organization’s data privacy objectives with this one-day introductory training course.
The CPRA Foundation course supports professional development. Participants who pass the included ISO 17024-exam are awarded the California Privacy Rights Act Foundation (CPRA F) qualification by IBITGQ (the International Board for IT Governance Qualifications) and GASQ.
- Privacy and cybersecurity law concepts, and the basis of national/state jurisdiction
- CPRA terms and how they compare to those in the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)
- The rights of a consumer and the duties of a business
- CPRA security requirements
- Actions to be taken in the event of a breach
- Penalties under the CPRA
“I would like to take the opportunity to thank you for yesterday’s course. You brought us the course materials in a very professional and interesting way, with many examples that illustrates the implementation. No doubt that you have a lot of experience and it was very kind of you to share it with us. This is the 4th course I am taking with IT governance (2 online and 2 classroom) and I'm very satisfied.”
- Gil Rukenstain, Cyber-Ex
California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) Foundation Training Course
Learn from the experts in this one-day, instructor-led online course how the CPRA affects your organization, and understand the basic requirements for CPRA compliance.
You will find out what is considered personal information, how the CPRA requires personal data of California residents be handled, and what the consequences are of failing to comply with the Act. Course dates are available in both EST (Eastern Standard Time) and PST (Pacific Standard Time).
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California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) Foundation Self-Paced Training Course
Learn at your own pace from anywhere in the world with our self-paced online training option. Understand how the CPRA applies to your organization and get to grips with the basics of CPRA compliance.
Why train with IT Governance?
We’re an international authority on information security and data privacy, including the GDPR and the information security standard, ISO 27001.
Developed by professionals
Our courses have been developed by drawing on our knowledge and experience of helping hundreds of clients with their compliance challenges.
Trained by experts
We’ve trained more than 14,000 individuals globally on the GDPR and cybersecurity-related subject areas, such as ISO 27001 and the PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard).
Access from anywhere
Our courses are delivered online, giving you all the benefits of classroom study without the hassle, uncertainty, and cost of travel.
Full product suite
We offer a broad range of data privacy compliance tools, consultancy, software, staff awareness courses, books, and free resources such as webinars to support your CPRA compliance project.
CPRA free resources
We offer a wide range of free tools and resources to help you improve your compliance posture.