Protect Children's Data for COPPA Compliance

Effectively protect the data rights of children and teens under 13, capture consent, manage data rights — and meet COPPA compliance.

COPPA Overview:

The Child Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) is a United States federal law enacted in 1998 to protect the privacy of children under the age of 13. It requires websites and online services to obtain parental consent before collecting, using, sharing, or disclosing children’s personal information.

COPPA regulations can change to adapt to new technologies and conditions, as they did in 2013.

With BigID, companies can discover, manage, catalog, and classify all of their data on children under 13 — no matter how siloed — and enforce policies across the entire data landscape

Automate end-to-end data rights fulfillment for parents to control their child’s data, consent, and preferences.

Streamline data flow mapping to monitor privacy risk and conduct privacy risk assessments to safeguard children’s data.

Maintain a comprehensive map of all children’s data — on-prem and in the cloud — alert on policy violations to mitigate risk, and report on all data for COPPA compliance.

Achieve COPPA Compliance with BigID

  • Leverage Deep Data Classification
  • Define Policies for Retention or Deletion
  • Minimize Data to Mitigate Risk
  • Reduce Risk
  • Improve Data Quality
  • Capture Consent & Preferences
  • Manage Data Rights Request
  • Report on COPPA compliance

BigID Solutions for COPPA Compliance

  • RoPA Data Mapping App

    Document all data processing activities, reduce risk, and comply with RoPA requirements.

  • Privacy Portal App

    Get end-to-end data subject rights request intact and lifecycle management service.

  • Data Rights Automation

    Automatically fulfill data rights reporting: leverage custom reports, consent governance, data deletion validation, and more.

  • PIA Automation

    Identify, document, and minimize risk with Privacy Impact Assessments.

  • Data Deletion App

    Automatically delete the “right” data for data subject rights and manage data retention policies.

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