The CCPA allows residents of the state to control how businesses handle and process their personal data, giving them the ability to request access to, delete, or opt out of sharing or selling their information. Regulatory experts believe this will set the gold standard for data privacy within the United States and become adopted across multiple states. Therefore, we see CCPA as a benchmark framework for data compliance

CCPA compliance standards are still evolving. On November 3, 2020, California voters approved the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), the most comprehensive consumer data privacy law in the United States. Commonly referred to as the CCPA 2.0, the law amends the CCPA and expands the rights of California residents beginning on January 1, 2023. CPRA builds on CCPA’s foundation and aims to enhance consumer privacy protections, as well as the obligations for companies and organizations that process personal information.

Under CCPA guidelines, individuals are allowed to take action on their own accord against companies that fail to maintain compliance, holding businesses liable for up to $2,500 per individual violation or data breach. When CPRA goes into effect, the new California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) will also be able to impose fines. The fine in itself might be insignificant if the number of violations is low, but losing your customers’ trust can have a devastating impact on your brand and shareholder value.

CCPA regulations extend to businesses operating in states outside California

CCPA and CPRA apply to any for-profit businesses that meet a certain threshold in size and revenue and that collect or control California residents’ personal information or do business in the state. The act requires that organizations know exactly what PII data they have in their possession, where it resides, and whether or not it is sufficiently secured.

Is your business CCPA compliant? Conduct a complimentary sample data analysis with Ground Labs to find out.

How Ground Labs Can Help Ensure CCPA Compliance

Scan for over 300 different types of structured and unstructured data including pre-configured,CCPA-specific PII patterns.

Demonstrate CCPA and CPRA compliance with custom reporting and analytics available in the Enterprise Recon dashboard.

Accurately map data across networks, servers, and platforms to keep tabs on PII and more easily respond to consumer requests.

Easily build custom data types and search platforms to locate and remediate unique data types to address your organization’s unique CCPA and CPRA needs.

Search within both structured and unstructured data sources including servers, on desktops, email, and databases, on prem and in the cloud.

Reduce the overall time and investment required to reach and uphold CCPA and CPRA compliance, even as regulations change over time.

Search across the entire organization with support for Windows, macOS, Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, HP-UX, IBM AIX and much more.

Execute a proactive approach to data security - as opposed to a reactive approach that relies on damage control post-breach - to build a stronger foundation of trust within your organization.


Organizations Achieve CCPA Compliance
with Ground Labs


California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA): What to Know

On November 3, 2020, California voters approved Proposition 24, establishing the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) as the most comprehensive consumer data privacy law in the United States.

Corporations have data stored in so many locations that it is impossible to manually look for information. With the data security tool from Ground Labs, it makes the process easy and simple for organizations to search for data that is stored in a non-secure manner and take corrective actions to remediate it and secure the data."

Stickman Consulting
Ajay Unni - CEO