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California Privacy Rights Act:

Understanding the CPRA and Changes to Your Privacy Program

CPRA Whitepaper


The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) is the latest major development in U.S. privacy regulation. Many organizations are unsure how CPRA provisions fit into existing privacy regulations. In this whitepaper, we will explore many key CPRA provisions that mirror or slightly modify GDPR requirements.

In addition, businesses are frustrated to face new compliance requirements on the heels of the California Consumer Privacy Act, which took effect in 2020, and want to know how to “future-proof” their privacy programs. We will discuss how a harmonized compliance approach can address CPRA, GDPR, and beyond.

Team Specialist

Phil Brudney


Philip leads Security, Privacy, and Compliance research and quality assurance at risk3sixty. He oversees privacy and attestation reporting and is the co-quality assurance manager for the assurance practice where he is responsible for ensuring each engagement meets risk3sixty’s rigorous quality standards in line with AICPA requirements. Phil leads development and peer review of thought leadership, research, and whitepapers. In addition, Phil acts as the Data Protection Officer (DPO) for a wide array of US based firms facing GDPR compliance.

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