California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Compliance
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) enhances consumer protection and privacy for California residents by requiring business to be transparent and report breaches of data. As your trusted advisor, Titus can provide you with assistance to interpret future CCPA updates and ensure that you are updating your data protection policies accordingly to maintain compliance.
The CCPA bill, passed in 2018, encourages businesses and related entities to be transparent and requires these organizations to report breaches of personal data.
The CCPA is more than just a regulation, as it represents a core change in the approach organizations must take to
ensure their data remains secure and requires the creation of a data protection strategy for their data.
Organizations impacted by this change include businesses worldwide doing business in California who exceed the
- Annual gross revenues of $25 million
- Personal information of 50,000 or more California residents, households or devices annually or;
- 50% or more annual revenue from selling California residents’ personal information
- Parent companies and subsidiaries sharing the same branding, even if they themselves do not exceed the
To enforce this regulation and shift in approach, organizations can be fined anywhere from $2,500 per unintentional
violation to $7,500 per intentional violation, with no fine ceiling.
With the risk of such fines, organizations must find digital solutions that enable them to continue to do business without
roadblocks or bottlenecks that will ensure they are CCPA-compliant.
How Titus enhances CCPA compliance
CCPA requires your organization to have visibility into what data you possess, and where it is located. The Titus solution
enables your organization to:
- IDENTIFY PERSONAL INFORMATION
Powered by machine learning, Titus intelligently enhances the accuracy and efficiency of your data protection program by recognizing company and regulation specific content categories and analyzing your data at rest and in motion
- CATEGORIZE THE DATA
Classify data at rest and in motion automatically, or at creation during day-today workflows. Titus applies persistent metadata to date that trigger appropriate data protection policies, therefore enabling organizations to understand the data they have and how to handle it mitigating the risk of data breaches.
Titus allows organizations to adapt to the changing security and compliance needs of their organization with a configurable policy management
platform. Organizations are empowered to set policy rules and levels of enforcement which can also trigger actions from their existing security investments