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The CCPA and its CPRA amendment are difficult to navigate without an experienced legal compass. SixFifty’s CCPA and CPRA toolsets can help your business stay compliant.
Documents included with California Privacy (CCPA & CPRA)
SixFifty walks you through a series of key questions to generate your custom documents. If you are audited, these documents help to prove and time-stamp your compliance.
CPRA Data Protection Assessment + Assessment Quiz
The Data Protection Assessment memorializes your analysis of whether certain high-risk activities, such as selling personal information, are justified.
The Data Protection Assessment Quiz helps you determine whether you need to complete a full Data Protection Assessment for a particular use of personal information. In general, Data Protection Assessments are only required for certain high-risk activities, such as selling personal information.
CPRA Data Processing Agreement — Controller or Processor
This is a Data Processing Agreement between your business and your vendor/service provider. It is intended to be included as an attachment to a Master Services Agreement.
This is a Data Processing Agreement between your business and the company on whose behalf you act as a vendor/service provider. It is intended to be included as an attachment to a Master Services Agreement.
CPRA Policy—For both Controllers and Processors
This document outlines how your company will handle personal information from consumers. This is meant to be an internal document, so it should be available to individuals within your company.
CPRA Privacy Notice
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The CPA goes into effect July 1, 2023. We'll guide you through all the necessary steps to become compliant.
CCPA and CPRA Resources
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