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IAPP: How to Modify Your GDPR DSAR Practices for CCPA Requests

March 05, 2019
For your benefit, I grabbed this excerpt from IAPP events list. If you’re scratching your head wondering how you’d address consumer requests under GDPR and CCPA, there’ll be insights from a number of privacy pros.


When and Where

  • Event: Date 3/21/2019
  • Location: IAPP web conference service

Free IAPP Web Conference Recording
Brought to you by IntraEdge 

Original broadcast date: March 21, 2019

When it comes to operationalizing your privacy compliance, the need to create efficient ways to deliver data subject rights, specifically those related to subject access requests (including change or deletion), is essential to not only your legal obligations, but also to maintain high quality customer relationships. Honoring these requests is challenging enough operationally, and additional hurdles arise when attempting to comply with multiple laws in overlapping jurisdictions. Being able to deliver in an efficient and effective way is critical to achieving success with your business goals.

Join us for this educational web conference and hear seasoned privacy professionals discuss tactical and practical ways you can refine your GDPR processes to also comply with subject access requests under the CCPA. You’ll also hear about how you can scale your processes to meet increasing subject access request demand volumes.

What you’ll learn:

  • GDPR vs CCPA: What’s new and different?
  • Technology requirement considerations for scalable SAR processing
  • Identity validation techniques
  • How to control requests to forget
  • Reporting and auditability insights
  • How to scale your SAR processing operations

Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, Knowledge Manager, IAPP

Jerrod Bailey, Chief Strategy Officer, Truyo, an IntraEdge product
Kate Lucente, Privacy, Data Governance and Cyber Security Partner, DLA Piper

In connection with this sponsored web conference (called the “Innovation Series”), the IAPP provides an attendee list to the sponsor(s) of the Innovation Series for that particular web conference, which includes attendee names, titles, organizations and email addresses.

This web conference is sponsored by IntraEdge (“the sponsor”) and because of that sponsorship it is free of charge to you. The IAPP will collect certain personal information from you so we can deliver the web conference to you, and will share this information with the sponsor as part of fulfilling our contract with you to deliver this web conference for free.

The sponsor has agreed:

  • To contact you only about the subject of the Innovation Series;
  • Not to pass your personal information to a third party;
  • To comply with privacy, data protection, and security laws and regulations.

If you do not wish for your information to be passed along to the Innovation Series sponsor(s), you should not sign up for this free web conference. Alternatively, you may access the archive of the Innovation Series without providing information to sponsors. However, access to the archive is not live and provides less functionality.

You may contact the sponsor directly in order to express your preferences with regard to direct marketing communication at:

You may also contact the IAPP’s data privacy officer (Rita Heimes) The IAPP’s privacy notice contains additional information about its privacy and data protection practices.

Eligible CPEs: CIPP/A, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, and CIPT 1.0 CPE credit

Remember, if you can’t attend, we can. Our privacy experts are standing by to help with your CCPA and GDPR concerns.

Photo courtesy: John Schnobrich, Maite Wingen, Minhaj Mohammed via Unsplash

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