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Massive State of Unpreparedness for CCPA Compliance Exposed in Research from CYTRIO
Only 11% of companies are fully meeting CCPA requirements, while 89% of companies are either non-compliant or somewhat compliant
"The findings of our research show that companies are woefully unprepared for CCPA compliance, especially when it comes to enabling and responding to consumers' data privacy rights," said Vijay Basani (https://www.linkedin.com/
CYTRIO's State of CCPA Compliance: Q1 2022 report is the largest of its kind, studying 5,175 U.S. companies with revenues ranging from $25 million to more than $5 billion. CYTRIO conducted the study over six months to create the baseline research and plans to update it every quarter.
The research found that less than 11% of companies use DSAR management automation solutions. Nearly half of the companies (45%) relied on inefficient and costly manual processes such as email and web forms for submitting and responding to data requests.
California companies were not doing any better than their peers in other U.S. states, even though CCPA is a California regulation that gives its citizens' control over their personal information. Only 15.6% of companies in California had a DSAR management automation solution, and nearly two-thirds of California companies (59.3%) used manual processes, higher than any other state. New Hampshire companies led their peers from other states with 23.5% having DSAR automation management solutions.
"Overall, the results show that more needs to be done for CCPA compliance, and many lack the right resources and tools to meet the requirements,"
To access the full findings, go to: https://cytrio.com/
To view the infographic, go to: https://cytrio.com/
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