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California Consumer Privacy Act

California Bill No. 375, also known as the California Consumer Privacy Act, was approved and passed on June 28, 2018. It comes into effect on January 1, 2020. It is applicable to any business, partnership, company, corporation, or legal entity that operates for the purpose of profiting as well as collects consumer's personal information from the state of California.

Additionally, a business must satisfy at least one of the following requirements:

CCPA training requirements

Any individual who in the course of their work deals with the California Consumer Privacy Act has to receive training on the Act so that they are informed about its requirements as well as their own organization's procedures for exercising consumer rights, so that they'll be able to direct individuals they interact with in the course of their work on how to do so. This would include all individuals responsible for handling consumer inquiries about their company's privacy practices as well as all individuals responsible for the CCPA compliance of the business.

CCPA course outcomes

This course presents an overview of the requirements of California Bill No. 375 or The California Consumer Privacy Act and how it impacts your business.

CCPA Training

California Consumer Privacy Act: An Overview presents an overview of the requirements of The Act. The course can be purchased either as a stand-alone course or as part of our data protection training suite.


For a detailed quote, please fill in the form or call us at (+44) 020 8815 9308.

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