Nevada's SB 220 Privacy Assessment

Resolve complexities across Nevada's Internet Privacy Law, Senate Bill 220.

In May of 2019, Nevada Governor signed into law Senate Bill 220 (SB 220), a new privacy law granting consumers the right to opt-out of the sale of their personal information. SB 220 does not provide for a specific effective date; therefore, following Nevada law, it will go into effect October 1, 2019. Get a head start and discover what gaps exist in your privacy program, and create a prioritized action plan aligned with SB 220.

TrustArc SB 220 Nevada Privacy Assessment

TrustArc consultants assess your privacy compliance against the core requirements of Nevada’s Senate Bill 220, and provide a prioritized, step-by-step implementation plan for efficiently managing SB 220 compliance.

The deep expertise of our privacy consulting team is augmented by the TrustArc Platform — powerful technology that ensures the assessment is comprehensive, complete and accurate.

The TrustArc Advantage

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Powerful Technology + Proven Methodology + Deep Expertise

The TrustArc Platform powers all solutions, combining:
9+ years of high scale operating experience
1,000s of successful customer engagements
20+ years of privacy industry experience

Our proven, 3-step process to develop a comprehensive SB 220 action plan:


Phase One

Assess Compliance

Assess compliance across all business units. Deliverables include a summary of gaps and remediation recommendations.

Phase Two

Develop Plan

Develop a prioritized action plan with specific remediation recommendations, 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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