Banks, credit unions, insurance companies,
What the California Consumer Privacy Act Means for IT Pros
About this webinar
Once you completed your immense prep work for the GDPR, you probably thought you could relax for a bit. No such luck! A new GDPR-like law was signed in June — the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). If you think that it won’t impact you because your company isn’t based in California, we have bad news for you: CCPA applies to all organizations that store the personal information of California residents.
If you want to be fully prepared for the new regulation, join GDPR consultant Micah Woolstenhulme and Netwrix VP of Product Management Ilia Sotnikov to learn:
- What the CCPA is and the specific requirements it imposes on organizations
- The similarities and key differences between the CCPA and the GDPR
- The challenges that the CCPA brings to organizations
- The measures you can take now to deal with these challenges
Vice President, Product Management
How to Keep the Personal Data of Citizens Secure
Most of IT pros share a lofty goal: to protect all the data that their organization stores. But the truth is, that’s an impossible mission; there’s just too much data. Fortunately, it’s also unnecessary. What organizations really need to do is to find the data that really needs protection, such as the PII of citizens, and secure it properly.
Join our upcoming webinar as Jim Smith, VP of Sales at Netwrix, reveals the common security risks and compliance gaps he’s seen government entities encounter during his 30 years of experience. In addition, Candice Ross, CIO of Central AZ College, will share how Netwrix Auditor helps her department save time and money while achieving regulatory compliance and solidifying the organization’s security posture.
In this webinar, we'll cover how Netwrix Auditor enables you to:
- Understand which data needs protection and how exposed it is
- Review permissions and spot unauthorized access to sensitive information
- Quickly detect and thwart improper insider activity
- Minimize the risk of a data breach by automatically redacting sensitive data from documents
- Demonstrate to auditors the effectiveness of your security policies