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4 Practical Steps Towards CCPA & GDPR Compliance Readiness

Get started with these four steps and your organization will be ready for CCPA and GDPR compliance.


  1. Start collecting and cataloging data systems that hold customer information into a Customer 360/Customer Single Version of Truth (SVC) Solution. This will include a customer's personally identifiable information, their demographic/marketing data, and their opt in preferences around the usage of this data.

  2. Define and document customer data asset usages, and consumption between all of your systems and third party data processors.

  3. Build secure data access processes including encryption, data masking, and data obfuscation for customer data assets. Centralize data consumption/franchising through these processes.

  4. Build data governance and data life cycle management practices by creating a data governance team.


GDPR and CCPA will push companies to implement and recognize the value of good data governance and data management practices. Infosolve's Zero license cost OpenDQ data management platform provides the capabilities and features required for organizations to get ready to comply with CCPA and GDPR requirements.


CCPA : California Consumer Privacy Act

GDPR: General Data Protection Regulation


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