CCPA 101

The California Consumer Privacy Act went into effect January 1, 2020. If you are a for-profit company operating in the state of California, you need to have the right processes in place to support CCPA privacy requirements – or face stiff penalties.

On this self-study program you will learn what is required by the CCPA, what you need to do, how it relates to the rest of your compliance program, and what other privacy laws are on the horizon.

  1 CPE Credit

Participants who pass the exam will earn 1 CPE Credit from this program.

Course Update Date: November 27, 2023
Course Review Date: November 27, 2025

Facilitated by:

Kerwyn Velasco

Kerwyn Velasco is the Product Manager for Audit and Compliance for Riskonnect. For many years Kerwyn was a Financial and IT Auditor for regional accounting firms in the New York Metro Area. He follow up that experience with 6 years experience in the Governance, Risk, and Compliance space on implementing, architechture, and proof of concepts for many of the Fortune 500. He is an active member in the New Jersey Chapter of ISACA and is a Certified Information Security Manager. He has a passion for use cases around cybersecurity and has leveraged a lot of his prior experience as an auditor to his role as a product manager.
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