According to a new press release, “LandStar, Inc., the parent company of Data443™ Risk Mitigation, Inc., a leading data security and privacy company, announced the launch of the newest product in their data security and privacy compliance suite, Data443™ Privacy Manager. The solution integrates a growing library of privacy laws with step by step compliance tools allowing customers of all sizes a comprehensive solution for their data security and compliance framework. Jason Remillard, CEO of LandStar and founder of Data443, commented, ‘We’re really excited about the launch of Data443™ Privacy Manager, especially at such a pivotal time in the evolution of US and worldwide data privacy laws. From its gap analysis reports and data processing activities to Subject Access Requests and breach notification handling, our cloud-based solution enables organizations to evidence, track, manage and audit all CCPA-related business activities’.”
The release continues, “The California Consumer Privacy Act will go into effect January 1, 2020, giving consumers the right to know what data is being collected about them, to refuse to allow companies to sell their data, the right to access, download or transfer their personal information, and the right to compel companies to delete personal data collected. Also, under the CCPA, if data subjects request a record of the sale or disclosure of their personal data, companies must provide information covering the last 12 months, according to data education and research organization, TDWI. To comply with the 12-month look-back for consumer requests as of the law’s effective date, businesses will need to begin mapping data and keeping records of personal information on January 1, 2019.”
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