The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a strict set of rules for companies in California, defining what these organizations must do to protect consumer privacy.
Although the CCPA does not require formal audits, the upcoming CPRA expansion will call for these practices, particularly in consumer protection and privacy areas.
As concerns about data privacy grow, more businesses see CCPA certification as more than just a legal requirement. They consider it a best practice. This certification offers a well-defined structure that helps organizations evaluate, confirm, and share data protection measures.