Three ways your email security will affect your compliance with CCPA
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is revolutionizing data privacy and security across the US – with huge penalties and daunting litigation putting hard-earned reputations on the line for those unable to protect residents’ new privacy rights. As part of preparing for CCPA, organizations must upgrade their email data privacy strategy. This includes efficient processes to respond to data subject access requests (DSARs) without delay, and mitigating the risk of email compromise and accidental exposure of sensitive data via email.
In this webinar, Michael Osterman, President of Osterman Research, will presents key findings from the latest research into the state of organizational compliance, just two months ahead of enforcement. These findings include the successes and challenges organizations experience when satisfying compliance, lessons from GDPR, and the buy-in information security professionals believe they’ve received from their wider business. Michael will also be joined by Fahim Afghan, Product Marketing Manager at Egress, who will identify the three ways in which companies can leverage email security to more effectively protect data and prevent costly breaches.
Join this webinar to understand the:
- State of organizations’ CCPA compliance two months ahead of its enforcement
- Main challenges organizations experience when satisfying compliance
- Primary ways CCPA affects email security
- Top three considerations you should build into your email security strategy
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