The California Privacy Protection Agency recently proposed regulations for the California Privacy Rights Act concerning risk assessments and cybersecurity audits, which could have far-reaching implications. In an article for the IAPP, James Dempsey, senior advisor at the Stanford Cyber Policy Center, explained how the regulations would impose significant cybersecurity requirements on covered businesses. While the final details of the regulations are still being worked out, it's clear that the CPPA has put a lot of thought into these drafts and that their essence is likely to remain intact.
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