Onna: How to Maintain CCPA Compliance in the Cloud


Extract from Onna’s article “How to Maintain CCPA Compliance in the Cloud”

As more organizations find themselves under scrutiny for the way they collect and use consumer data, maintaining CCPA compliance has never been more important. CCPA has been introduced to give control back to consumers, however, this effort is only as good as organizations’ ability to comply. And before organizations can comply, they need to find and secure the data they’re looking for — which presents unique challenges on its own. 

In our cloud-based world, where the average company manages 162.9 terabytes of data scattered amongst multiple applications, organizations’ ability to maintain CCPA compliance is largely dependent on the strength of their data retention and discovery controls. In this article, we’ll dive into the specifics of what CCPA is and how you can remain compliant while operating in the cloud.

What is CCPA compliance?
The California Consumer Privacy Act or CCPA became effective on January 1, 2020 and is the first data privacy law of its kind to be enacted in the United States.

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