Implementing Threat-Based Cybersecurity to Mitigate Data Breaches & Damages from CCPA Law Suits

December 2019

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As we get closer to the effective date of the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), businesses subject to the new privacy law need to be aware and compliant with numerous new cybersecurity requirements. If businesses required to comply with CCPA are not careful, they might be held liable for neglect or failure to implement security for consumers’ personal identifiable information, resulting in a law suit.

Through implementing a proactive threat-based cybersecurity program, a business can limit the risk of CCPA class action litigations, demonstrate “reasonable security” for consumers’ personal information, and demonstrate to shareholders that they are protecting vital information assets.

To learn more about how to mitigate against data breaches and damages from CCPA law suits, please view our latest insight.
   


CONTACT

Gregory Garrett
Head of US & International Cybersecurity Advisory Services

Greg Schu
Partner, Governance, Risk & Compliance Services

Mike Stiglianese
Managing Director, Head of Cyber Risk Assessments

Eric Chuang
Managing Director, Head of Incident Response