What the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and Similar Regulations Mean for You
Sound IBM i security practices and technologies are critical for compliance with CCPA and similar data privacy regulations
The time to prepare for data privacy regulations is now.
Like GDPR, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) mandates that data about individuals be protected against a breach. This new regulation enhances privacy rights and consumer protection for California residents, while putting pressure on organizations to protect those individuals’ personal data from being exposed by a data breach.
For IT departments that need to comply with CCPA, or other data privacy regulations, sound IBM i security practices and technologies are critical to preventing the occurrence of a breach and protecting sensitive data from an unauthorized actor. In fact, the CCPA gives consumers the right to sue an organization in the event of a data breach that exposes their personal information if that data wasn’t encrypted or otherwise made unreadable.
Download this eBook as we guide your journey toward more secure and resilient IBM i environments that enable compliance with government regulations.