California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
Priorities Assessment

Determine whether your company is in scope, and what you need to do to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act.

TrustArc California Consumer Privacy Act Priorities Assessment

The CCPA is set to be the toughest privacy law in the United States by broadly expanding the rights of consumers and requiring businesses within scope to be significantly more transparent about how they collect, use, and disclose personal information.

An expert TrustArc consultant will lead you through the assessment process leveraging the TrustArc Privacy Platform - assessing your privacy posture against the core requirements of the CCPA, providing a prioritized, step-by-step implementation plan for achieving compliance, and sustaining that compliance going forward.

If your company is subject to GDPR requirements, we will also review overlap between CCPA and key GDPR requirements. Incorporate program controls into your long term plan.

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Deep Privacy Expertise + Proven Methodology + Powerful Technology

TrustArc solutions are powered by a unique combination of deep privacy expertise developed over two decades, proven methodologies refined through tens of thousands of engagements, and powerful technology operating at scale for seven years.

Our proven, 3-step process to develop a comprehensive California Consumer Privacy Act action plan:


Phase One

Assess Readiness

Assess compliance readiness against California Consumer Privacy Act requirements through a comprehensive / interactive assessment. Deliverables include a summary of gaps and remediation recommendations.

Phase Two

Develop Plan

Develop an action plan to address gaps. The plan will include specific remediation recommendations, a heat map outlining risks and level of effort, schedule, and budget / resource estimates.

Phase Three

Build Consensus
Implement Programs

Custom review with key stakeholders to build awareness, and gain agreement on your action plan. Topics include gap & risk analysis, industry benchmarking, and resource plans.

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