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By Roland Costea, Cybersecurity & Privacy Leader

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) - Complete Course

Language: English
All Levels

Course description

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) - GDPR similarities and differences and how to achieve compliance

The only CCPA course in the online environment - 4+ hours, GDPR side by side comparison - all explanations in one place.

Take your step further to California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) compliance!

The course starts with California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) generalities, what it is, who is protected and why, how to comply, what are penalties and some simple compliance strategies. Then we will draft a privacy policy under California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and we will debate also regarding transfers to 3rd parties.

Response to consumers access requests are important under California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and we will treat them separately followed by the complete list of Consumer Rights.

Data Security Breaches are inevitable so you need to be prepared to react and respond on them. You will understand security requirements, elements of a claim, statutory damages and impact on companies.

And the best thing is yet to come. We will compare side by side GDPR and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) starting with different scopes and analysing each and every right, controllers/processors vs businesses and consumers also.

Then on the implementation part, we will go and explain some real world case from different industries like Advertising, Retail, Healthcare, IoT, Financial, and different B2B cases. We will end up with some conclusions, how to operationalise California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the ammendments that were published to the law.

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Course overview - 55

  • Why you should start learning privacy & CCPA with me

  • What is included in this course

  • Privacy Learning Plan

  • CCPA General statements

  • Who and What Data to protect

  • Who must comply

  • How to comply & exceptions

  • Compliance Strategies

  • How to comply - HR Processes

  • Penalties and Enforcement Mechanisms

  • Not all records count?

  • Privacy Notices

  • Collectors of Personal information

  • Transfers to 3rd party

  • Ambiguities and Takeaways

  • Verifiable requests

  • Substantive Response

  • Categories of personal information, response timing and methods

  • Right of Erasure

  • Objection to Sale & The "Do not Sell" Button

  • Non-discrimination

  • Deidentification, Pseudonymisation & Aggregation

  • Statutory Damages for Data Security Breaches

  • Elements of a Claim, Sanctions and Remedies

  • Impact on Companies

  • Data Security Requirements for Manufacturers

  • GDPR vs CCPA - General thoughts

  • GDPR vs CCPA - Personal Scope

  • GDPR vs CCPA - Territorial Scope

  • GDPR vs CCPA - Material Scope

  • Personal data - GDPR vs CCPA

  • CCPA vs GDPR - Pseudonymisation

  • Controllers and Processors

  • CCPA vs GDPR - Children

  • CCPA vs GDPR - Research

  • CCPA vs GDPR - Right to erasure

  • Right to be informed

  • Right to object (right to opt out)

  • Right of access

  • Right not be subject to discrimination for the exercise of rights

  • Right to data portability

  • Monetary penalties

  • Supervisory Authority

  • Civil remedies for individuals

  • CCPA and Advertising Technology

  • CCPA and Retail

  • CCPA and Financial institutions

  • GLBA and FCRA exemptions

  • CCPA and the medical industry (part 1)

  • CCPA and the medical industry (part 2)

  • CCPA and IoT

  • Use Case Scenarion - Connected vehicles (part 1)

  • Use Case Scenario - Connected vehicles (part 2)

  • Use Case Scenario - Connected vehicles (part 3)

  • CCPA in business 2 business context

Learners who have already enrolled in this course

Meet your instructor

Roland Costea
Roland CosteaCybersecurity & Privacy Leader
CyberSecurity + Privacy Leader & Strategist with demonstrated experience in Leading Cybersecurity & Privacy Business Units, practices, divisions from zero to maturity with year over year quality growth and quota over-achievement (projects of more > 100 million euro/year).