CPRA Compliance Management

How to protect employees, business, and the consumer rights of California residents, manage privacy requests, assess risk, define retention policies — and meet CPRA compliance.

California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)

The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) expands on California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). It broadens data protections focusing on the personal data of California employees (B2E) and business-to-business (B2B), which requires that all organizations handling California resident’s information take responsibility to safeguard employee and business data.

The CPRA requires steeper data disclosure, stronger enforcements, and higher accountability levels for data collection and processing — and accounting for any data linked, associated, or related to California employees, businesses, and residents.

CPRA Policy Management Capabilities

The CPRA aims to extend consumer rights to employees who are California residents as well as contractors, applicants, and remote workers. It also requires stricter guidelines around the management of privacy risks.
These new privacy protection requirements include:

  • Discovering and classifying all CPRA data (individual, HR, & B2B)
  • Executing data rights fulfillment from access to deletion
  • Conducting risk assessments for data protection purposes
  • Applying consistent data minimization and retention policies

CPRA is CCPA Amended

The CPRA maintains similar guidelines to CCPA on data rights management but primarily implements specific requirements for privacy risk assessments, retention policies, and data minimization principles.

The amendments to the CPRA– broaden the focus to business-to-business (B2B) data, including vendors (procurement/sourcing) and all employee (B2E) data which extends to freelancers, consultants, contractors, applicants, and remote workers.

Automate Data Rights Management

Manage DSARs for employees and b2b contacts by discovering, classifying, categorizing, and connecting b2e and b2b data to specific individuals.

Automatically fulfill privacy rights requests accurately and easily – from opting out to the right to access, all the way through deletion – with comprehensive workflows driven by deep data intelligence.

Apply Minimization & Retention Policies

Mitigate privacy risk by identifying the types of sensitive PI, b2e, and b2b data collected, disclosed, and used by the business to justify the necessity, purpose, and proportionality of data retained on consumers.

Operationalize data retention policies and establish data minimization practices to validate data usage and create policy alignment for consistent compliance.

Assess Privacy Risk

Manage privacy risk assessments to estimate the risk associated with processing CPRA data and comply with the amended regulation.

Provide regulatory reporting and submit risk assessments to the CPPA (rulemaking authority).

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BigID Solutions for CPRA

  • Next-Gen Data Classification

    Take an ML-based approach to automatically classify and tag high-risk data that is regulated by CPRA.

  • Catalog Your Data in One Place

    Capture and map all your sensitive, personal, and high-risk data — and incorporate technical, business, and security metadata.

  • Correlation & Graph Technology

    Automatically establish how identifiable data relates to a California consumer’s identity and uncover data relationships.

  • Data Processes and Sharing

    Manager, monitor, and validate data processing and sharing activities across your entire data environment.

  • Consumer Data Requests Automation

    Automatically generate individual consumer reports, including specific attributes and categories of information collected, sold, and disclosed.

  • Discovery-in-Depth

    Discover all sensitive and personal information of CA residents — wherever it is stored across the enterprise.


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