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California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) Webinars

Was your organization worried about the EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)? Organizations that fail to comply with the Regulation face substantial fines – but the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) could be even more severe. Potential awards in a class action lawsuit could be as high as $750 per consumer, per incident.

The law affects organizations both in and outside of California, so no matter where your organization is located, if you collect and process the personal data of California residents, you must comply.

Join IT Governance USA for this exciting webinar series to learn more about the California Privacy Rights Act.

On-demand CCPA/CPRA webinars

The Passing of Prop 24: The CPRA (California Privacy Rights Act)

Presenter: Preston Bukaty, IT Governance USA Consultant

California voters have approved Proposition 24, the adoption of the CPRA (California Privacy Rights Act). The CPRA will replace the CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) and will affect all organizations that do business in California. Join us on this informative webinar, which will cover:

  • What the CPRA entails
  • Who will have to comply
  • How it differs from the CCPA and Europe’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)
  • How it will affect future data privacy legislation in the U.S.

CCPA compliance: What you can do before it’s too late!

Delivered by Preston Bukaty, GDPR Consultant.

The date for enforcement of the CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) – July 1, 2020 – is approaching fast, which means that organizations found to be in breach of the Act after this date risk fines for non-compliance from California’s regulators. 

With the CCPA applying to legal entities that operate in California or collect Californian consumers’ personal information, irrespective of where the business operates, organizations worldwide will need to implement its requirements.

Join us on this webinar as IT Governance’s privacy expert Preston Bukaty provides insights into conducting a CCPA gap analysis and the key steps required to comply with the Act.


  • How to conduct a gap analysis to identify non-compliance risks  
  • The role of data mapping in identifying personal information covered by the law  
  • Practical steps to demonstrating compliance with the CCPA

Closing the gap between CCPA and GDPR 

Download this webinar to get a deeper understanding of how you can align the CCPA and GDPR compliance requirements.   

  • A short overview of and definitions from the GDPR and the CCPA 
  • The key differences between the two privacy laws  
  • The overlapping privacy requirements 
  • Practical steps to initiating a privacy compliance project. 

What is the territorial and material jurisdiction of the CCPA?

This webinar covers:  

  • What types of businesses are covered?
  • Who qualifies as a consumer under the law?
  • What does “doing business in the State of California” mean?
  • What are the monetary thresholds?
  • What are the record thresholds?
  • The various definitions of §1798.140 (c).
  • Are partners, affiliates or subsidiaries included?
  • The business purpose test §1798.140 (d).

How will my organization be penalized if it fails to adhere to the CCPA? 

Affecting organizations both in and out of California, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) could potentially incur millions in legal costs to your organization if you collect and process the personal data of California residents.

This webinar covers:

  • Penalties for breach of the CCPA
  • Penalties for loss of records in a breach
  • Breach notifications
  • The use of ISO 27001, ISO 27002, ISO 22301, and ISO 27035
  • The benefits of an ISO 27001 framework vs. SOC 2 concepts

Do I need to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)?​

This webinar covers the existing US cybersecurity laws, as well as discuss ing why organizations need to comply with the California law (CCPA) and if it helps with global compliance. 

This webinar discuss:

  • State laws and how they affect business security requirements   
  • The SEC security and privacy requirements for public companies  
  • The impact of FINRA and the NYDFS on financial-sector organizations  
  • HIPAA and the compliance requirements for the health care industry
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