How California’s New Cybersecurity Law Might Affect Your Business

A major new cybersecurity law, the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA), recently became enforceable. And while the CCPA shares similarities to other states’ laws concerning personal data, it goes further than most statutes, mainly in that it allows individual California residents to bring a private cause of action against a business in case of theft or disclosure of non-encrypted or non-redacted personal information. …

To learn more about the CCPA and how it could impact businesses nationwide, please click here to read the complete article by Michael Monyok, which originally appeared in Small Business Today Magazine.

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