What CCPA Means for Insurers
Because insurance is a highly regulated, state-specific industry, insurers already have much of the structural underpinnings in place required by the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Yet the new legislation is disruptive to insurers for two distinct reasons. One is that it requires carriers to know precisely where their data goes – a detail not […]Read More
Mandatory or Optional, Privacy Is Coming. Don’t Be Caught Unprepared
Remember the old days, when a great way to start an article was to quote a dictionary definition? “Webster’s defines privacy as ‘freedom from unauthorized intrusion.’” You know, that sort of thing. Sometimes with a pronunciation guide. And we do love the modern touch – like a real-time voiceover or a Google Trends graphic showing […]Read More
CCPA Is Coming January 1. Is Your Bank Ready?
When the first customer calls from California on Jan. 1, 2020, to inquire about personal data, will your bank know what to do? For most, the answer is no. Banks and financial services firms around the world are grappling with compliance challenges as the start date draws closer for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). […]Read More