CCPA Compliance Software
Achieving and maintaining compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) should be a critical priority for organizations everywhere. Meet the heightened obligations of handling personal data through LogicManager’s risk-based CCPA solution.
Why a Risk-Based Approach to CCPA Compliance is important:
LogicManager’s CCPA Compliance Solution
Gain access to robust libraries and integrations, including:
- A comprehensive Data Library for identifying where data is housed, how data flows through the company and who has access to what.
- A Policies Library, which allows you to track your company’s CCPA policies and house Binding Corporate Rules in one central repository.
- Integrate seamlessly with third party applications to streamline your work:
- Our integration with JIRA allows you to easily create requests for your development team to delete data from your database as part of your data subject requests.
- Through our Office 365 integration, bring in robust sampling spreadsheets during your control testing to ensure you are in compliance with the CCPA.
Achieve CCPA Compliance with LogicManager
LogicManager offers the most efficient approach to meeting CCPA compliance. Our integrated CCPA compliance management software enables you to scope, prioritize, track and report on the critical information that’s scattered throughout your organization.
Centralize Your Work
Measuring and achieving CCPA compliance is a large undertaking without comprehensive software, as using various applications to cover the scope of this new regulation is time consuming and allows room for error. With LogicManager, every tool you need to achieve compliance is centralized in one intuitive platform.
Achieve Compliance Quickly
LogicManager is a SaaS solution, which enables us to deploy customer environments virtually and efficiently. Because of this, our customers are up and running in the system within 5 business days.
What Is CCPA Compliance?
Effective as of January 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a data privacy law that regulates the way businesses handle the personal information (PI) of California residents. The goal of the CCPA is to give consumers more control over the information that companies are collecting from them. It secures rights such as:
- The right to know about the PI a business collects from them, including how it is being used and shared
- The right to delete certain PI collected from them
- The right to opt out of the sale of their PI
- The right to nondiscrimination for exercising their CCPA rights
Failing to meet the requirements of the CCPA comes with a set of risks no business is ever interested in facing. First and foremost, CCPA violations are costly; consumers can sue your business if you do not follow the security procedures and they suffer a breach of their PI. This can incur damages of $100 to $750 per consumer per damages, whichever is greater. There are also civil penalties that may be imposed, that can reach up to $7,500. Ultimately, in the wake of a scandal resulting from irresponsibly handling client information, your company’s reputation will suffer which can lead to a sharp or steady decline in your bottom line or stakeholder trust.