The California Consumer Privacy Act is a state law that increases personal information protections by mandating compliance with data management and security policies.


In response to recent data breaches and other violations of consumer privacy, the act adds new regulations concerning how data is captured, shared, and protected. Businesses in California will have until January 1, 2020 to get compliant with the new law.

The CCPA applies to any business operating in California that meets one or more of the following criteria:

  • Gross annual revenue of more than $25 million
  • Buys, sells, or shares personal information of 50,000+ consumers or devices
  • Derives 50% or more of annual revenue from sharing personal information

For auto and truck dealerships, this added regulatory scrutiny may require updates to IT systems and practices to ensure compliance with new regulations. Are you ready?

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The new law gives the State of California the right to enforce provisions by collecting steep fines. In addition, the law allows consumers to independently sue businesses that don’t comply, potentially multiplying the cost of violations. Auto and truck dealerships will need to stay compliant in order to stay in business.

In this workbook, we’ll cover:

  • Impacts the CCPA will have on auto and truck dealerships
  • A detailed CCPA compliance checklist
  • How to choose a compliant IT services provider
  • And more!

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