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Tech San Diego's Cybersecurity Summit


10300 Campus Pointe Dr
San DiegoCA 92121 USA

5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Justine Phillips

2020 Vision: Preparing for the California Consumer Privacy Act

  • Whether CCPA applies to your organization
  • What is “reasonable security” under CCPA and how to demonstrate it
  • How to manage and gain buy-in from internal stakeholders
  • What steps to take now to prepare for the new regulations

Although California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was intended to govern digital giants like Facebook, it will also impact small and medium-sized businesses. Effective Jan. 1, 2020, the sweeping digital privacy law gives consumers new rights over their personal information—and comes with financial risk related to non-compliance for the companies that hold it. So join ESET security expert Stephen Cobb, ESET General Counsel Alexandra Albro and Sheppard Mullin cyber attorney Justine Phillips for a candid discussion about CCPA for SMBs.

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